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Asked by Gary Cummings from United Kingdom | Jan. 09, 2019 15:00
About:First Time China

Heathrow - China - Macau- Hong Kong

I have the chance of going away for 1 week and was wondering if this is doable.

The itinerary would be flying into Shanghai for a connecting flight to Hong Kong, stay in Hong Kong and travel into Shenzhen for a look around and then onto Macau.

The return flight would be Hong Kong to Shanghai for a connecting flight and then back to Heathrow.

Regarding the visa free visit, would I qualify?

Any response would be greatly appreciated as I have never done this before.

Answers (1)
Answered by Beverly from Denmark | Jan. 09, 2019 19:55
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You are qualified for the free transit in Shanghai twice. From HK to Shenzhen, you can try to apply for Shenzhen VOA. If it can succeed, you don't need a visa for the itinerary.
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