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Q: Is there a pass or permit I can get to visit Shenzhen for a few days.

I live in Hong Kong.

Can I visit Shenzhen for a few days on a special pass or permit?

Can I go as far as Guangzhou?

I am not looking for a visa but a special pass or permit .

Is there such a thing?

Where do I go and get it?

6 years 45 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shenzhen

 
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What is your nationality? It is important, that you state your nationality in your Q. 

 

I hold EU passport. I can enter HK for 90 day without visa. But, if I want to go to China (Shenzhen) from HK, I must have Chinese visa.

 

 I am sure, somebody here will give you correct answer, as soon as you write your nationality.

 

You can get detailed info about it at Chinese Embassy. Bring your passport or ID.

 

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You can get a pass at the border crossing. However, this pass is only valid for travel within the Special Economic Zone, not Shenzhen City.

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You can get a pass at the border crossing. However, this pass is only valid for travel within the Special Economic Zone, not Shenzhen City.

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