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Asked by Chris Harris from UK | Dec. 20, 2014 06:09
About:China Consulates in Thailand

I am British and booked on a cruise stopping for two days in Shanghai

Will a copy of the cruise itinerary and proof that I am booked and paid be sufficient evidence of my arrival and departure to allow me to obtain a visa?

Answers (2)
Answered by Harry from Indonesia | Dec. 21, 2014 02:36
00Reply
Chris, I think you may apply for a G type one if you have the itinerary and departure ship ticket.
Answered by John from Australia | Oct. 28, 2017 20:00
00Reply
Yes. You can apply for 144 hr free transit if the countries coming into and leaving from Shanghai are not the same.
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