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Fun Facts about Beijing

Beijing is the capital of China and also its second largest city, after Shanghai. It is situated on the northern tip of the rough triangular North China Plain. The Great Wall of China stretches along the northern part of Beijing Municipality, which is the greatest tourist attraction for the visitors coming to the city. Another attraction in the city is the ‘Forbidden City’, which is centrally located in Beijing. It is the ancient imperial palace of the emperors of China and is famed to be the world’s largest surviving palace complex. Being walled on all sides, the complex area was called the Imperial City. Beijing is significant in a number of ways and attracts visitors from all over the world.

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Entry / Exit Requirements for Beijing

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All U.S. citizens need a visa and a passport with at least six months validity to enter China. If you do not have a valid passport and the appropriate Chinese visa, you will not be allowed to enter China and will be fined and subject to immediate deportation. U.S. citizens should apply for a year-long multiple-entry visa. A multiple-entry visa is essential if you plan to re-enter China, especially if you plan to visit either Hong Kong or Macau. Visit the Embassy of China’s website for the most current visa information.

If you are a dual-national U.S. citizen with a Chinese passport and you enter the country on your Chinese passport rather than your U.S. passport, you may encounter problems. China does not recognize dual citizenship, and the Chinese government routinely denies U.S. officials access to arrested or detained U.S. citizens who do not enter China using their U.S. passport.

Many regions, such as Tibet and other remote areas, require special permits for tourist travel. Using local travel agents is typically the easiest way to secure the appropriate permit. Permits usually cost around renminbi (RMB) 100, are single-entry and are valid for at most three months. Tibet remains a sensitive area for travel, and usually only Lhasa City and part of Shan Nan are open to foreigners. If you do enter a restricted area, you could be fined, taken into custody, and deported for illegal entry. To learn more about specific entry requirements for restricted areas you can check with the Visa Office of the Embassy of China at Room 110, 2201 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20007, or telephone (202) 338-6688 and fax (202) 588-9760.

from U.S. Department of State

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