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Post Date: 2020/02/03 18:33
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Travel to China with an all inlusive holiday package that start and end in Hong Kong will ensure you an comfortable journey. There are numerous ways for tourists and visitors to get from Hong Kong to mainland China depending on your exact destination, allocalted budget, and appetite for adventure. Shanghai Private Tour also can tailor-made your in-depth cultural tour from Hong Kong to some top destinations including Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Shanghai. Check out the following Chian tours from Hong Kong planned by us, our goal is offering you a great variety of China's sites and oppotunities to learn about Chinese history and culture. Moreover, you'll get an enjoyable vacation with breathtaking landscape.

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Frequently Asked Questions about planning a Mainland China tour from Hongkong
1. Do Hongkong citizens are required a visa to mainland China?
It depends.The residents in Hongkong, some have Chinese citizenship, some do not. If they have Chinese citizenship they do not require a visa to enter Mainland China, but they do need a travel permit. Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macao Residents 

2. What is the best way travel to Mainland China from Hongkong?
The most popular way from Hongkong to Mainland China is by flight.Normally, the flight takes around 2 hours and there many direct flight from Hongkong to more than 50 cities in Mainland. There are many flights to the popular tourists destination such as Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guilin, Chnegdu. From Hongkong to mainland by high speed train is getting more popular, you take direct train from Hongkong West Kowloon Station to Shanghai Hongqiao Station if you want to spend your vactaion around Shanghai.

3. What is the best way to get around in Mainland China?
1). Flying in Mainland China is a good way to get around, especially over long distances or if you're short on time. Domestic flights are quite cheap, even cheaper than taking the train in some cases. But flights in Mainland China are often randomly delayed due to some reasons. Depending on the route, it may save time to take the train than flight: For example, Beijing to Shanghai is 5.5 hours by high-speed train and costs $80. Flying between the two cities takes 2 hours, but you also need to add some time for airport security as well as getting to/from the airport. In this case, the train makes more sense. However, if you need to cover a large distance (let's say Kunming to Beijing), then flight is a better option. A 3.5-hour flight for $85 makes a lot more sense than an 11-hour high-speed train ride for $165 (or 46-hour slow sleeper train ride).

2). Trains in Mainland China are amazing
China got the largest high-speed rail network in the world, and trains are typically very punctual. Trains are a comfortable and easy way to get around while backpacking China. High-speed trains are fast but pricey:  The best way to travel quickly between a number of larger Chinese cities – high-speed train numbers begin with a 'G' prefix and typically only offer seating (they run during the daytime, so this isn't a problem). 2nd class is the cheapest option, but it is still quite comfortable enough.
Here are some useful high-speed rail routes:
Beijing – Shanghai – 5.5 hours, $80 for 2nd class
Beijing – Xi’an – 4.5 hours, $74 for 2nd class
Xi'an – Chengdu – 3 hours, $38 for 2nd class
Hong Kong – Shanghai – 8.5 hours, $144 for 2nd class
Hong Kong – Guangzhou – 1 hour, $31 for 2nd class
Guangzhou – Yangshuo – 2.5 hours, $20 for 2nd class
Shanghai – Hangzhou – 1 hour, $10 for 2nd class
For booking trains in China and viewing all available options, recommended web: www.trip.com.

3). Slow train is a perfect option for long overnight journeys
There's something very relaxing about rolling through the countryside with a book and some tasty ramen. You can get almost anywhere in China by slow train. Like the high-speed trains, they're also very punctual. Slow trains typically have three different classes – hard seat, hard sleeper, and soft sleeper.

If you're taking a short ride in the day time, go for hard seat. It's not actually hard, and experiencing a hard seat carriage on a Chinese train is an experience in itself. Hard sleeper is the most common option for long overnight journeys. Like hard seat, hard sleeper isn't actually hard. It's a decently comfortable bunk, there are six beds per section. Soft sleeper is the most comfortable, but also the most expensive option. There are four beds per section, and it has a door that can be closed to keep out any noise from the hallway.
For booking trains in China and viewing all available options, recommended web: www.trip.com.

4). Buses are frequent, cheap, and fairly punctual:  If there's anywhere that trains don't go to in China, then buses will. 
The main downside to bus travel is that journey times can depend greatly on traffic conditions. Buses also need to stop at road checkpoints in certain provinces, whereas trains obviously don't. Most large cities have a number of bus stations, so double-check that you're going to the right one if you plan on taking buses in China.

4. When is the best time to travel to Mainland China from Hongkong?
The best time to visit Mainland China is during spring (Mar.-May) or autumn(Sept.-Nov.). The weather tends to be warm and dry during these periods, in contrast to the bitterly cold winters and hot, humid summers experienced in much of the country. Actually, there is no limitation for travel and it is possible to visit all year around. 
Spring (Mar.-May.) & Autumn (Sept.-Nov.): Spring and autumn are the best time to travel around Mainland China. Most cities like Beijing, Xian, Shanghai,etc will be at comfortable temperatures, and mountainous regions will be slightly chilly but not too cold. In autumn (Sept.-Nov.), certain parts of the country will look gorgeous as the leaves change colour. If you're able to, you should visit Mainland China from Hongkong in autumn (Sept.-Nov.).

Summer(June.-Aug.): Mountainous regions were perfect at this time of year, but most of Eastern China was extremely hot and humid with afternoon thunderstorms. If backpacking China in the summertime, pack light clothes that dry fast. Stay hydrated because you'll be sweating a lot if you're spending time outdoors.

Winter (Dec.-Feb.): Winter in Mainland China varies vastly in the northern and southern parts of the country. Hong Kong and other southern cities will be quite comfortable, but Beijing, Harbin and other northern cities sees sub-zero temperatures and the occasional snowfall. Mountainous regions will be snow-covered which may make travel difficult but it will be extramely beautiful. Moreover, air pollution is at it's worst in the wintertime, so if you have sensitive lungs consider avoiding China at this time of year.

5. Exchange rate between Hongkong Dollar and Chinese Yuan?
The exchange rate between Hongkong Dollar to Chinese Yuan is 1 Hongkong Dollor = 0.9 Chinese Yuan now. At present, Mainland China will accept and convert into Chinese Renminbi such foreign currencies as US dollar British pound, Euro, Japanese yen, Australian dollar, Austrian schilling, Belgian franc, Canadian dollar, HK dollar, Swiss franc, Danish Krone, Singapore dollar, Malaysian ringgit, Italian lira, Macao dollar, Finnish markka, and Taiwan dollar. Exchange rates are issued every day by the State Administration of Exchange Control. Before leaving China, unused Chinese Renminbi can be converted back into foreign currency with a "foreign exchange certificate" which is valid for six months. 

6. How can I use Alipay in mainland? Is it the same system as Hongkong?
Mainland China is very advanced in technology field where you can literally live without carrying a physical wallet. The Alipay Hongkong system is different from Mainland China. You can't transfer and pay by using your Hongkong local bank account. If you want to use the Alipay in mainland China during your travel period, Visitors will need just an overseas phone number, a visa and their bank card to sign up for Alipay’s “Tour Pass” mini-program. They can top up in increments of as much as CNY2,000 ($285), and use the service to not just make offline payments but also hail cars, purchase train tickets and book hotels, among other features available within the Alipay app. Access to Tour Pass lasts three months, and then any leftover funds are refunded automatically.

7. How can I arrnage my first time visit to Mainland China from Hongkong?
There are lots of beautiful and interesting places to visit in mainland China. While Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Guilin, Chengdu are the popular  are the major cities that most people visit when it’s their first time in China, there is so much more that the Mainland can offer. For instance, Suzhou, dubbed the “Venice of the East;” is a major city adjacent to Shanghai that has beautiful canals, pagodas, stone bridges, and gardens.By visiting Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, you are able to see the essence of China: the magnificent Great Wall, the spectacular Terracotta Warriors, and the unique combination of the Chinese and Western style at the Bund.

9. Is the Credit Card accepted in mainland China? Should I prepare some cash in advance?
Visa or Master Credit Card is accept in some big cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen, you can pay with foreign credit cards. But that doesn’t mean credit cards are accepted everywhere. Generally, you can pay by credit card in most major hotels,big restaurant,shopping malls.Paying in cash is the most common payment method for travelers and is accepted in every corner of mainland China. Making mobile payments is popular in most Chinese cities; however, if you want to explore rural areas, cash is the main way to pay.

10. Is tipping allowed if Hongkong citizens travel to mainland China?
When travlling in China, tipping for the guide, driver, and the bellman in hotels is a common. Tipping guides is a common practice when you join in a tour group in China. Your guide will be glad to receive an additional reward after the tour. Use your discretion whether to leave a tip or not and what amount to give. As well as giving a tip to your guide, your driver will also expect a tip after the tour. Generally, the amount should be approximately half of the amount given to your guide. Unlike your tour driver, you don’t need to tip a taxi driver. 

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