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I have a very long layover in Guangzhou, and I was looking forward to heading down to Hong Kong, before having to head back up to the airport in China. I am an Australian citizen, and I know there is a (72?) hour visa free period for me since I am transiting. However, this brings into the question of going to Hong Kong. Do I need a multi-entry visa for China or can I re-enter at the land border with the visa free period?
May 7, 2019 at 8:28
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You are visa-exempt in Hong Kong aa you are an Australian citizen for 90 days:
Hong Kong GOV Website)
A visa is required for China as you don't meet any requirements for
visa-free entry. You can view visa types on the China Embassy in Australia website.
Sep 6, 2019 at 17:09
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