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Asked by Paul Hopkin from Australia | Jan. 13, 2017 02:24
About:China Consulate in Perth

Cruise visit to China

My wife and I will be cruising on the Queen Mary and visiting Shanghai twice. The visits will be about a week apart and we will not be staying overnight.
Do we need a visa and if so, what type and at what cost?
Thank you,
Paul Hopkin

Answers (1)
Answered by Patrick from France | Jan. 13, 2017 19:16
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Paul, if your travel route is like country A – Shanghai ( not more than 144 hours)-Country B- Shanghai ( not more than 144 hours)- a different country rather than Country B, you will be able to enjoy free transit in Shanghai. In this case, no visa will be needed.
Otherwise, you may need to apply for a tourist L type and it will cost AUD109.5 per person.
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