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Q: Any quarantine experiences? Shanghai? Beijing?

Total period of quarantine? Cost per day? Meals? Quality of hotel? Any options on hotel? Frequency of tests during

quarantine? Any other useful info for China noobs?

6 days 16 hours ago in  General  - China

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No such an experience, thank you!

IMO, best would be to ask at your Chinese Embassy, where you got Z visa stamp. I guess, they will coach you on such requirements anyway and they should also answer all questions you have about it.


Latest travelling restrictions ...


14-days quarantine ...


First hand experience ... with arrival to (and designated hotel) in Xiamen:


When we checked into the hotel we had to pay a 9,000 CNY deposit. The room rate for my room was 460 CNY per night, which included a Chinese breakfast.

Lunch and dinner could be ordered for an extra price, most things on the menu were around 40 – 90 CNY.

They had a range of both Chinese and Western food. They also had drinks, including alcohol available.

We were told that we’d receive the rest of our deposit back when we checked out, minus any extra meals, drinks etc. we’d ordered.

I should get around 2,000 CNY returned to me when I check out, minus any extra meal etc. that I’ve ordered.

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