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China's Visa-Free Policy boosts Foreign Travelers in Beijing

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China's efforts to enhance international exchanges through an optimized visa-free policy have yielded positive results, with a substantial increase in the number of foreign travelers visiting Beijing. This surge is evident in the statistics from the Beijing General Station of Exit and Entry Frontier Inspection, which reported a year-on-year increase of 257 percent in the number of foreign visitors entering the Chinese capital, totaling 1.02 million in the first half of the year. The country has prioritized simplifying visa procedures with numerous nations, with agreements in place to simplify visa processes with over 40 countries and comprehensive mutual visa exemption established with more than 20 countries.

The latest beneficiaries of China's optimized visa-free policy include travelers from New Zealand, Australia, and Poland, who can now enjoy visa-free stays of up to 15 days for various purposes such as business, tourism, family visits, or transit. This move, which took effect recently, showcases China's commitment to attracting more foreign visitors and facilitating their experiences in the country. Additionally, China has incorporated initiatives like the use of electronic boarding passes by collaborating with airlines, aiming to streamline the travel experience for inbound and outbound travelers passing through Beijing's ports.

As part of the efforts to attract more foreigners for business, education, and tourism, China has seen a spike in the number of international group tours organized by local travel agencies, hosting over 30,000 foreign visitors in Beijing in the first half of the year. Furthermore, the implementation of the 144-hour visa-free transit policy has been beneficial, with over 33,700 eligible foreign travelers taking advantage of this option, marking a sevenfold increase compared to the previous year. Foreign travelers like Kelvin Ramirez from the United States, and British tourist Daisy, have lauded China's visa-free policies and convenience during their visits to Beijing, highlighting positive experiences that contribute to a thriving international exchange environment.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09