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Q: Has anyone heard of the 72 hour pass or permit to Beijing?

By the response I received yesterday it seems no one knows about the 72 hour pass or permit to Beijing.

But this is possible and I would like someone who knows about this to give me an answer how I can acquire one.

This is not a visa to my understanding but a special permit just for Beijing and may be for Guangzhou in the near future.

Any info would be helpful.

6 years 24 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Beijing

 
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Yeah it's called the weekend getaway or as you would have described it the 72 hour pass or permit to Beijing.

 

You can acquire one by simply earning it. You need to work hard make some cash so you can have that weekend getaway to Beijing or Guangzhou that you've always wanted. I had a 72 hour pass once and it was marvelous!! (Drunk!

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Right now it's possible to go to Shanghai and Beijing for a maximum of 72h without a visa, you can read more here: http://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/visa/free-72hour/faq.htm

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