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      China Travel Guide Book
      This guidebook focuses on every major aspect of traveling in China. We aim to provide important, up-to-date information for travelers to help them to get the most out of their China experience. Read it online or print it out to bring along with you.
      China Travel Guide Book
      Safety & Security
      Overall China is a safe country, and most people you meet will be friendly, honest and trustworthy. However, travel and living conditions are different from your home country, so be alert.
      Travel Insurance

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      China Visa & Embassy
      Who peoples of non-Chinese nationality need a Chinese Visa to enter China. to successfully apply for a Chinese Visa, you need to provide a valid passport, filled application form, and photos in person or through a third person. The process usually takes 5-7 working days.
      China Travel Tips
      Tipping or gratuities are not common practice in most sectors of Chinese life, although it has become the norm to tip the tour guide and driver, hotel bellboy in recognition of their good service. It is not customary to leave tips at local restaurants. Of course you don't have to. However, anything you do give will be much appreciated.
      Currency & Money
      The official currency in China is the Renminbi (RMB or CNY)or in Chinese "Ren-min-bi". which translates as" the people's money", and is generally used in the same way we use the word' currency'- the Renminbi exchange rate, for instance. The basic unit is the yuan (also known as "kuai"),which is used to express all quantities including prices in shops etc. The yuan comes in paper notes of 1. 2, 5, 10, 50 and 100 yuan notes, and 1 yuan coins. 1 yuan equals 10 jiao(or mao).
      The Credit cards are only accepted at most hotels and some tourist shops and department stores. Expect to pay in cash.
      Time Difference
      Despite China being a vast country geographically spanning several time zones the whole of China operates to a single Standard Time (GMT+8) all year round.
      Keep Health in China
      Foreign visitors should check what vaccinations are required or recommended when planning a trip. Your doctor may also be able to provide you with up-to-date information on the status of disease outbreaks in China. Most national governments also run travel advisory websites through their State or Foreign Affairs Departments.

      www.hnca.cc offers online information on Chinese Guide Book. Keep browsing our site for more information on China.

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