Visa exemptions make Hainan the most accessible island in China
The Southern Island province of Hainan is now the most accessible Island in China, thanks to new regulations introduced by the Chinese government.
The newly introduced visa exemptions, will grant passport holders from 27 countries including Australia and New Zealand unparalleled access to Hainan.
The first exemption is a 'Free Landing Visa,' targeted mainly at groups, which is the first in China to allow travellers free access in and out of Hainan Island without a visa.
The second exemption is a special Landing visa perfect for individuals or couples and can be acquired on arrival of any airport of Hainan.
The free Landing Visa entitles travellers to stay in Hainan for up to 15 days free, provided that they enter in and out of Haikou or Sanya international airports.
The Special Landing Visa policy has also been seen as a landmark for all travellers as it provides travellers with the easiest method of obtaining a visa in China.
On arrival at any airport in Hainan, travellers must simply go to the visa station before customs to process, it normally takes 10 minutes and costs just RMB200(Approx $ 30AUD), compared to the $ 80 and a trip to the Chinese Consulate.
This visa is also valid for 15 days, but can be extended at any of police station in China for up to a two-month period.
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