A myriad of ancient history, modern marvels, picturesque and mystical landscapes, and unique, eye-opening cultural experiences, China draws more and more travelers from all over the world.

Of China's many unique and stunning cities, Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Xi'an, and Hong Kong are the most well-known and each a perfect start to your adventure through China. Journey the length of the Great Walls, stroll along The Bund in Shanghai, discover the world-renowned Beijing Opera, or relax on a cruise through Yangshuo; whatever you choose, you'll discover China is really a beautiful place to experience. Let Tours4Fun help you to plan your first trip of China today! You can choose small group tour, private tour or customized tours from us!

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China Travel FAQ

  • What is the currency exchange in China?

    CNY is not traded outside China. Foreign banknotes and traveller's cheques can be exchanged at branches of The Bank of China. In hotels for tourists, imported luxury items such as spirits may be bought with Western currency. Scottish and Northern Irish banknotes cannot be exchanged.

  • How do I apply for a Chinese Visa?

    1: Locate the visa office of the nearest Chinese Embassy/Consulate General in your resident country/city. You can find specific embassies on Embassy Finder.
    2. Go in person or entrust someone or a visa agent to drop off your application. Mail service is not available at most embassies and consulates of PRC. An interview might be requested.
    3. After getting to the visa center, obtain a queue number and wait for your number to be called. After submitting your visa supplication with required documents, you will receive a pick-up form, which shows the information of your application and expected date for collection.

  • What is the general Visa Policy for China?

    Visitors to the Mainland of the People's Republic of China must obtain a visa from one of the Chinese Embassy in their respective country, unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries. The two Special Administrative Regions – Hong Kong and Macau - maintain their own independent border control policy and thus have their own visa requirements.

    Holders of ordinary passports issued by the following 12 countries do not need a visa to enter China as long as their trip does not last longer than the visa-free period listed below:

    90 days:
    San Marino


    30 days:
    Bahamas
    Ecuador
    Fiji
    Grenada
    Mauritius
    Serbia
    Seychelles
    Tonga


    15 days:
    Brunei
    Japan
    Singapore

  • What kind of Chinese Visas do I need to travel China?

    Most travelers would only apply for a Tourist Visa L, which is issued for foreigners who come to China for sightseeing or visiting family members or friends. The Tourist L visa can be either for a single or multiple entry.

  • What languages are spoken in China?

    The national language of China is Chinese, which is also the most widely spoken language in the world. Chinese is composed of Mandarin (the most popular one) and many other dialects. Some local people can also speak English.

  • What is the validity of a Chinese Visa and the duration of my China stay?

    Different visas have different validity, varying from 3 months, 6 months, 12 months to 24 months. Most people would only apply for a single-entry or double-entry tourist visa (L), which is usually valid for 3 or 6 months from the date of issue. An L visa normally allows you to stay in China for a maximum of 30 days (counted from the next day after entry). If you plan to stay in China for more than 30 days, please clearly state this on the application form to get approval from a visa officer when you submit your application.

  • What is the weather like in China and when is the best time for me to travel in China

    Due to its vast land, stretching latitude, and diverse terrain, China has different types of climate in different regions. The eastern region is influenced by monsoon (from north to south: temperate monsoon, subtropical monsoon and tropical monsoon). Its northwestern region has a continental climate while the Tibet area is arctic all the year round. Generally speaking, China has hot and rainy summer, and cold and dry winter. So the best time to visit China is in spring and autumn.

China Tour Reviews

  • Tour operator is good

    OMG, I never imagined that I would visit a hospital when tra...

    By: Abbott | Tue Aug 01, 2017

  • That's great tour

    This is really a great tour. The tour guide Jin is experienc...

    By: Philip | Mon Jul 10, 2017

  • Hot day but great tour

    Xi'an is rather hot when I just left the airport, but the ai...

    By: Jean_01 | Mon Jul 10, 2017

  • Amazing Tour

    So proud to be on the Great Wall, every brick is carved hist...

    By: Conard | Sat Jul 01, 2017

  • Very Good Tour

    It is lucky to meet a very nice tour guide on your trip. Jan...

    By: Baily S | Thu Jun 29, 2017

  • Worth of Money

    It is not very wise to to climb The Great Wall in a very hot...

    By: Bon | Wed Jun 14, 2017

  • Nice Tour

    The night view in Shanghai is the most beautiful and the sho...

    By: Ecailes S | Wed Jun 14, 2017

  • Flexible and comfortable trip!

    The tour is truly amazing .We have an amazing experience at ...

    By: Daniel | Mon Jun 12, 2017

  • This tour was amazing!

    Our tour guide Patrick was so cool ! he was so flexible,reso...

    By: Ann | Mon Jun 12, 2017