All restrictions have been lifted, Health Declaration is no longer needed. Transit is allowed.
Borders are reopened.
Do I need a vaccine to travel to China?
COVID Vaccination is no longer required.
However, China may require proof of vaccination against yellow fever to prevent any travelers from arriving with this disease and spreading it in the country. Polio may be present in some parts of China, so make sure that you are up to date with this vaccine.
Do I need to take a PCR COVID-19 Test before traveling to China?
No, China has removed all testing requirements.
Is there a quarantine requirement on arrival to China?
No, there are no quarantine requirements.
Where can I see what documents I need to visit China?
Using the Visa.com Checker Tool is the best way to find out what you need to get to China safely.
This feature was created for ease of use and to provide all the information relevant to your travel situation. If you apply with iVisa.com, you have the right to spend 30 days in China with your eVisa.
Keep in mind that most of the time you will need at least these basic items:
- Valid passport.
- Email address.
- Credit/debit card for payments.
Where can I read more information?
Stay up-to-date with the latest developments on the site or speak to one of the teams of experts whom you can reach through the online chat.
The Chinese New Year is often celebrated in mid-February, with red lanterns lit around the country, traditional local dishes prepared in each home, and new clothes given to younger members of the family, along with red packets or envelopes filled with money. This is probably one of the biggest festivities in the world and a big reason to visit China each February.
But besides that, China also offers other beauties that you should not overlook. One of those is undoubtedly the Chinese Wall, an ancient fortification with more than 21,200 km in length. In China, you can also explore the Forbidden City, a palace complex located in Beijing, which was the official residence of the Emperors of China and their court, as well as the ceremonial and political center of the Chinese Government.
Additionally, China also possesses the famous Terracotta Warriors, a set of more than 8,000 life-size figurines of terracotta warriors and horses, which were buried near the self-proclaimed First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty, Qin Shi Huang. Similarly, this Asian giant has the historic Temple of Heaven, the largest temple of its kind in the entire republic.