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  • ReplyPeng Ch
    2009/9/1 10:43:00

    I holding a multi-entry visa going to expire on the october 2009. Can i travel to China with this Visa which still valid for another month?

    • 2009/9/1 21:46:00

      WarriorTours.com :>You can stay in China till the expiration date of your multi-entry visa.

  • ReplyPhyo Kyaw Oo,   Myanmar
    2009/8/19 9:03:00

    Hi i am from Myanmar and holding myanmar passport and i am working in Bhutan. May i ask can i apply chinese visa in Bangkok, Thailand? How long it will take in Bangkok? When i have chinese visa i wll trvelling to Benjin and then to HK and macau. How it will work?


    • 2009/8/19 20:12:00

      WarriorTours.com :>Thanks for your inquiry.

      You can apply for a China Visa in Bangkok, Thailand. Also you need to apply for a Hong Kong Visa as well as a Macau Visa if you want to enter these two regions. You may apply these visas from China Embassy to Thailand. Here is a page from its official website for your reference: http://www.chinaembassy.or.th/eng/lsfw/qzxk/.

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  • ReplyRavi Babu,   United Arab Emirates
    2009/8/2 6:14:00

    How will I get the china (macau) visa for Nepalies?

  • Replyann stacey,   Philippines
    2009/7/18 8:48:00

    may i know what are the requirements for independent visa? thanks in advance!

    • 2009/7/20 20:00:00

      WarriorTours.com :>Sorry. We have no idea about independent visa. Do you mean 'dependent visa' and where do you want to go?

  • ReplyGreg,   United States
    2009/7/10 18:38:00

    I am a Canadian Citizen Living in the US. Can I still apply at a Consulate in the US?

    • 2009/7/10 22:06:00

      WarriorTours.com :>Yes. You can apply for a China visa from the local Chinese consulate.

  • Replyannabelle,   Philippines
    2009/7/2 10:48:00

    i want to visit to china this month for 7 days. how much will be cost of visa? and what is the requirements?

    thank you

    • 2009/7/3 4:50:00

      WarriorTours.com :>Thanks for inquiry.
      We are sorry that we are not sure about your question. You may check it out through the webstie of China Embassy to Philippines at http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/ce/ceph/eng/.

  • ReplyAHMED A. QEDRAH,   Canada
    2009/5/1 8:30:00

    this month i like to go china can I visit Macau without visa

    • 2009/5/3 21:23:00

      WarriorTours.com :>Should you a Canadian passport holder, you do not need a Macau Visa.

  • ReplyShane,   China
    2009/2/23 19:25:00

    Hi juliet ranola,
    How many memembers are there in your family? At least 6 people can constitute a tour group and apply a group visa. Usually, only travel agencies are qualified to apply for’group visa”. BTW, Philippine passport holders can have visa-free access to HK and stay up to 14 days. The processing of your application for HK may take four weeks provided that your application should be approved the Immigrant Department Of Hong Kong.If your application is not delivered to the Immigrant Department, it takes four working days to handle your application.

  • Replyjuliet ranola,   Philippines
    2009/2/23 18:19:00

    My family want to have a visit hongkong this coming summer , and want also to go to macau; what type of visa we will apply group or individual? how much will be the cost of visa and how many days will be given to us.

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