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For your convenience, we provide visa application services as part of your travel planning. If you wish for our consultants to assist with your visa application, please read on.
Travelers would need to pay the respective visa application fee. The Embassy may charge a higher visa application fee for express service resulting from urgent applications or short notice.
Please provide us with the relevant documents such as recent passport size photographs, passport, Contact Address, etc. as part of the visa application requirements.
Please ensure that the validity of your passport is at least 6 months and beyond.
For Chinese Passport Holders, please check with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for visa requirements or kindly check with us. For Other Nationalities, kindly check with us.
The traveller may need to come down to our office and fill up an application form as your original signature is required.
The traveler must attach old passports (if any) if applying the visa with a brand new passport.
For more details, please contact us at +86 1326 8602 043
Planning your own holiday is not as terrifying as it seems, it just takes some time and effort. Besides, a customised holiday will guarantee you maximum satisfaction, in terms of comfort, pace, activities planned and meal options. Here's how to get started.
The first order of the day is to secure seats on your preferred flight. Besides choosing between full-service airlines versus budget "no-frills" airlines for cost consideration, take note of the number of stopovers and transit time at each stop as well. You don't want to end up spending 6 hours in an airport transit area just to save that few tens of dollars. Also, pay attention to the arrival time of the flight.
To maximise sightseeing time at your destination, choose an early morning flight, or an overnight flight that arrives first thing in the morning. But do note that your hotel room might not be ready for check-in, so you have to leave your bags at the hotel or left-luggage facilities at the airport or train stations in some cities. On the contrary, if you want to check-in to freshen up before beginning your day, then time your flights to arrive after 1 or 2pm. Plan similarly for your departing flight.
Choosing the hotel's location pretty much depends on your itinerary. If you are going budget and taking public transport, choose a hotel next to a subway station, so that you don't have to lug your bags all around town. Or say you have an early morning train to catch to your next destination, then choose a hotel near the train station, so that you do not risk missing your train due to the morning traffic.
If you are planning to do some major shopping, pick a hotel on the main shopping street to allow for frequent pit stops to drop off your shopping bags and freshen up. Sometimes, rather than fork out good money for a town hotel, it may be cheaper to stay near the airport where hotel rates are likely to be lower and you can commute to town. Once you have nailed down the location, then it's easier to sieve through the different hotels on offer and pick one to your liking.
Do your research beforehand, on websites, travel portals, guidebooks, and make a list of the sights that you want to see. Note down their opening hours (especially for museums), subway stops, bus services and websites. Check out the attraction's website for more information, like what's on offer, special promotions, extended opening hours or closure dates.
If you would like to venture out on day trips, note down which days the trips are operating and if there are different prices for different days. List down the restaurants and local foodstuff that you want to try in the same way. Finally, complete the list with the "errands" - chocolates for the co-workers, souvenirs for the family, time for submitting the tax refund at the airport. This will give you a complete picture of what you intend to achieve on your holiday.