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China's visa-free policy allows foreign travelers to experience Guangzhou


Twelve visitors from Australia, the Netherlands, Argentina and Russia have become the first group of foreign tourists to enjoy a complimentary one-day city tour of Guangzhou, Guangdong province, on Thursday.

Guangzhou to offer free city tour to foreign visitors in transit


Starting later this month, foreign visitors taking advantage of China's 144-hour visa-free transit policy will be offered a complimentary one-day city tour in Guangzhou, Guangdong province.

China to include Australia in visa-free countries


China will include Australia in the list of unilateral visa-free countries, Premier Li Qiang said on Monday.

China fully allows visa-free entry of foreign tourist groups via cruise ships


China on Wednesday enforced a policy allowing visa-free entry of foreign tourist groups aboard cruise ships via all cruise ship ports along the country's coastline.

Efforts to make travel to China easier result in uptick in visits


British travel vloggers the Hutchinsons said China "shocked" them, after embarking on a three-month tour of the country.

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China, Singapore sign visa waiver agreement


China and Singapore on Thursday signed an agreement on mutual visa exemption in Beijing, which allows the holders of ordinary passports stays of up to 30 days.

Optimized visa policy offers more convenience


The National Immigration Administration announced on Thursday five optimized visa measures to facilitate the entry of foreign nationals into China for business, education and tourism purposes, including one that said foreigners who need to visit China urgently can apply for a port visa on arrival.

Country eases visas for US citizens


China has eased visa applications for people visiting from the United States to boost people-to-people exchanges, according to a statement from the Chinese embassy in Washington.

China to allow visa-free entry for 6 nations


China decided to offer visa-free entry to travelers holding ordinary passports from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia from Dec 1, 2023, to Nov 30, 2024, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning announced on Friday.

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