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Getting to China
All major airlines have flights every day to Beijing, China from any travel destination including the major cities of North America, Western and Central Europe, some African countries and most of Asian major hubs. It doesn't matter from where you are travelling; you will reach China within a day with air flights or by sailing.
You can also take legendary the Trans-Mongolian train to China from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia or by the Trans-Siberian train all the way from Moscow to Beijing with a few stops along the way in Siberia and Mongolia. According to the Customs Law of the People's Republic of China and PRC Customs' Supervision and Management on Inward and Outward Passengers' Luggage, the luggage carried by inward and outward passengers shall enter or leave the territory at a place where there is a Customs office, and must be declared to Customs officers as required.
- Air Canada (www.aircanada.com)
- American Airlines (www.aa.com)
- China Southern Airlines (www.cs-air.com/en)
- JAL (Japan Airlines, www.jal.co.jp/en)
- Korean Air (www.koreanair.com)
- Northwest Airlines (www.nwa.com)
- United Airlines (www.ual.com)
FROM THE UK & EUROPE: Many of Europe’s capital cities are linked by direct flights to China, which take between 10 and 12 hours Airlines that fly from Europe to China include:
- Aeroflot (www.aeroflot.ru )
- Air France (www.airfrance.com )
- British Airways (www.ba.com )
- Gulf Air (www.gulfairco.com )
- KLM (www.klm.com )
- Lufthansa (www.lufthansa.com )
- Oasis Air (www.oasishongkong.com )
- Virgin Atlantic (www.fly.virgin.com)
FROM AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND: Direct flights from Australia take between nine and 12 hours to reach China. New Zealand is less well served but there are still direct flights, although you may want to travel to Australia and then on from there.
OVERLAND: The most popular overland routes into China are from the north through Mongolia, from the south through Vietnam and Laos, and from the west through Nepal into Tibet, but it’s also possible to get into Xinjiang from Pakistan and the Central Asian Republics along the old Silk Route. Mote that for most of these countries you’ll need to obtain a visa in advance.
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