China Visa

China is a popular destination for tourists, travellers, and business owners alike, thanks to the traditional and modern cultures. As the world’s most popular country steeped in rich history, it’s no wonder thousands flock there every year. But you need a visa to be granted entry.

Here at Saudiwakala, we are experts in providing our UK customers with Chinese visas. Our professional team obtain the correct documentation from the Embassy of China in London, covering both personal and business use.

We understand that obtaining a visa can often be a lengthy and frustrating process, causing extra stress and worry before an important trip. However, our one-stop solution ensures you have the correct travel documents without needing to take action yourself.

Please note: Our visa services do not extend to those wanting to come to the UK from China.

  • China Tourist & Business Visa From the UK

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  • How to apply for a visa to China

Applying for a China visa using our services is done in four easy steps:

  • Check the guidelines – read up on the guidelines for the type of application you need to make. Our customers can choose between a Chinese tourist visa or a Chinese business visa.
  • Organise the relevant documents – our easy-to-follow guidelines simplifies the application process for both China tourist and business visas, including passport style photos and hotel and flight details. You will also need to arrange an appointment at the Visa Centre to submit your fingerprints.
  • Purchase your required visa service – after selecting the visa type you need, you can pay online. We accept debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay.
  • Submit your application – you can either post or drop off your application to our Saudiwakala office in Mayfair, London. This should include all the accompanying documents. The processing time for a Chinese visa is around 3-4 days and covers multiple entries to the country across two years, with the option to fast track this.
  • The type of Chinese visa you require depends on whether you are travelling for business or as a tourist. Our standard all-inclusive price—covering embassy charges, handling fees, and taxes—is £256. For an additional fee you can use the fast track service to obtain your visa within 1-2 business days.

  • Algeria Visa Cost

Type of Visa Validity Fees GBP £
Business Visa Fast: Within the same working day Standard: Completed within 3-4 working days From £256.00
Tourist Visa Fast: Within the same working day Standard: Completed within 3-4 working days From £256.00
  • Travel to China - A mini guide

With breathtaking natural landscapes, world famous food, and fascinating history, it’s no surprise that China attracts millions of tourists every year.

As well as being the birthplace of paper money, fireworks, and more, this innovative nation is also home to phenomenal constructions including The Great Wall of China, the Terracotta Army, and the Bund.

  • China's Culture

As the first language of 70% of all Chinese speakers, Mandarin is the most common language spoken in China. However, many Chinese variants are also spoken throughout the nation, including Cantonese and Taishanese.

Social advancement was traditionally obtained through imperial examinations, used to select candidates for the state bureaucracy during the mid-Tang dynasty. Though this was abolished in 1905, the system influenced the value placed on calligraphy, painting, and poetry.

When booking your China holiday, you could arrange your trip to coincide with one of the country’s traditional celebrations. Chinese New Year, for example, begins on the 23rd day of China’s 12th lunar month (late January or early February) and is celebrated for 15 days. The celebrations welcome a new year represented by one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac.

In late May or early June, the Dragon Boat Festival takes place, where boats are raced to symbolically ‘save’ poet Chu Yuan who died by suicide in the Miluo River. The Mid-Autumn festival, meanwhile, occurs in late September or early October, in which mooncakes are eaten to show lunar appreciation. These baked goods are filled with things like lotus seed paste, and sweet bean paste.

  • China's Economy

Following the death of Mao Zedong in 1976, state socialism was replaced by economic reform. This generated rapid growth which has allowed China’s economy to become one of the world’s largest. It is also one of the top exporters on the planet, with areas of competitive strength including retail, energy generation, agriculture, electronics, manufacturing, and tourism.

  • China's Most Popular Destinations

China is a huge country, covering 3,700,000 square miles, which means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to planning a trip. Beijing, the capital city, is a popular destination for China holidays, with tourists keen to explore the city’s cultural heritage, encompassing attractions like the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, and the Summer Palace.

Meanwhile, Xi’an is a top choice for those wishing to explore China’s ancient civilisation. The oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, it became a cultural and political centre in the 11th century BC. Those in search of a bustling, cosmopolitan city are attracted to the prosperity of Shanghai, while many visitors will travel to Chengdu to see the country’s much-loved giant pandas.

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