• China National Tourism Administration Overseas Offices

    China National Tourism Administration Overseas Offices: China National Tourist Office, New York370 Lexington Ave. #912New York, NY 10017 USAToll Free: +1-888-760-8218Tel: 1-212-760-8218Fax: +1-212-7608809Email: ny@cnto.orgChina National Tourist Office, Los Angeles550 North Brand Boulevard, Suite 910Glendale, CA 91203, USAToll Free: +1-800-670-2228Tel: +1-818-545-7507Fax: +...

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  • Practical information

    Chinese Currency The Chinese currency is called Renminbi and is issued by the Central Bank-the People's Bank of China.The unit of Renminbi is yuan;and the subsidiary unit is jiao and fen.One yuan can be divided into 10jiao.There are paper banknotes and coins for yuan and jiao.There are denominations of coins:one yuan,five jiao and one jiao.The denominations of paper banknotes of yuan include...

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  • Regulations on Entry into and Exit from China

    Regulations on Entry into and Exit from China Visa Foreigners wanting to travel in China can register at travel agencies in their own countries or in China to make arrangements for the trip. Travelers can also make arrangements on their own. In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Control of the Entry and Exit of Aliens, foreign tourists...

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  • Tourism Information

    Air Transportation At present, China has opened over 1,177 air routes to other parts of the country not including 45 ones to Hong Kong and Marco, and more than 200 international air routes. Domestic air routes are mainly distributed in the area east of the Harbin-Beijing-Xi’an-Chengdu-Kuming line, with Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou as thehubs, linking all large and medium-sized cities in Chin...

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