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Q: What are the basic requirements for tourist visa in Nanning China

9 years 12 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Nanning

 
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same as in china china. 

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If you Google for the Chinese Embassy in your country, seek the "Visa and Authorization" section, and there you can read the requirements for an "L" Tourist visa to enter China.  The requirements are the same for any city in China, since you enter the country, not the city.
FYI, it is right now 15 C and cloudy, and raining lightly in Nanning.  But it is a beautiful and lovely city, full of darn good looking females.

 

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depends on where you are. If you are in the US you can go to any Asian Travel agent and for about $130 you can get a two month visitors visa. It takes about a week.You can also get a visa directly from the local Chinese Embassy, but you have to go there in person to pick it up. This is three year old info, it may have changed. Franck3

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