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visas for chinese national

  • wiiwii

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    1st November, 2010
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    Hi, I'm a chinese passport holder, working in Hong Kong, and a US greencard holder, I'm planning to take the train from Bangkok to Singapore via Malaysia, for approx. 14 days.
    I think I can get a Thailand visa on arrival, I'm not so sure about Malaysia ?
    I'll also need a Singapore visa, does anybody know what constitutes as a 'local contact' to apply for eVisa, as I'll just be visiting by myself.

    Additionally, for VOA, is there typically a long queue that I should plan for plenty of time? I'll be Cambodia end of Nov, which I plan to enter as VOA.

    Thanks.

    #1 Posted: 1/11/2010 - 16:34

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