China – Transport.

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Sure, here are some useful tips for international tourists about public transport in China:

Purchase a transportation card: A transportation card (such as the *Shanghai Public Transportation Card or *Beijing Transportation Smart Card) can be used to pay for public transportation in many cities in China, including buses, subways, and even some taxis. These cards can be purchased and recharged at subway stations, convenience store.

Download a transit app: There are several transit apps available in China, such as Baidu Maps or *Amap, which can be used to plan routes and purchase tickets for public transportation. These apps also provide real-time information about schedules, delays, and the locations of buses and trains.

Be prepared for crowded conditions: Public transportation in China can be very crowded, especially during rush hour. Be prepared to stand in close proximity to other passengers, and be mindful of your personal belongings.

Also сheck оut мore info: Visa free access: Currently about 16 cities have 72-hour visa-free access. (chinahighlights.com)

 

Buses.

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China now runs on a “real-name ticket system.” This means that you have to have an official form of ID (your passport) in order to purchase bus tickets. Once your ticket is bought, you can’t transfer this ticket to anybody else without returning it and buying a new one.

City buses vary from city to city. However, if you can understand the bus routes then they are cheap and go almost everywhere.

China Bus Guide: This website provides information on intercity bus routes and schedules in China.

Trains.

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Most of the tourist cities including have high speed train running through and many travelers choose high speed train travel as a part of China experience during their trip.

China Railway will operate 40 more high speed trains between Hong Kong and Guangdong, and 22 high speed trains between Hong Kong and other cities outside Guangdong, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen, Chongqing, Guilin, Kunming, etc., (2023)

Also сheck оut мore info: China Train Tickets Booking – Real-Time Schedules and Prices (chinahighlights.com) / + seat61.com

Airports.

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Here are some websites of major international airports in China:

Note: The websites are available in English, but some information may be in Chinese.

Also сheck оut мore info: List of airports in China (wiki)

Waterways.

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Ferries are an effective form of transportation between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.

Star Ferry + TurboJet • Cotai Jet • Chu Kong Passenger TransportHong Kong and Kowloon Ferry Holdings.

Also сheck оut мore info: Hong Kong Ferry (introducinghongkong.com)

Car.

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Driving in China can be challenging for travelers, especially those who are not familiar with Chinese traffic rules and driving customs. Here are some tips and guidelines for travelers who plan to drive in China:

  1. You will need an IDP to drive in China. The IDP should be issued in your home country before your departure to China.
  2. Traffic rules in China may be different from those in your home country.
  3. You will need a Chinese driver’s license to drive in China. You can obtain a temporary Chinese driver’s license by taking a written test and a driving test.
  4. Road signs in China are usually in Chinese characters.

Also сheck оut мore info: Driving in China (Wikivoyage)