tailor made tour

Ask a Question


I accept the Privacy Policy.

Questions & Answers

Guilin 6-days Visa-free Policy for ASEAN Tourist Groups

With the revival of global tourism, the city of Guilin in Guangxi, China, has reinstated an important visa policy update: a 144-hour visa exemption for tourist groups from ASEAN countries. This policy not only revitalizes the tourism industry but also provides convenient travel conditions for tourists from ASEAN countries.

Eligible Countries for the 6-Day Guilin Visa Exemption

According to the latest regulations released by the Chinese government, tourist groups from the 10 ASEAN countries (Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, Brunei, and the Philippines) with a minimum of two people can apply for a 6-day visa-free entry to Guilin.

Requirements for the 144-Hour Visa-Free Entry to Guilin

To enjoy this visa exemption, tourist groups must be organized and received by travel agencies accredited by Guilin's tourism authorities, and the entire group must enter and exit through the Guilin Liangjiang International Airport port. Additionally, the group's stay within the administrative region of Guilin must not exceed 144 hours, and they must enter and exit together.

How to Apply for the 6-Day Guilin Visa-Free Entry? 

1. Preparation before travel:

  • Ensure you have a valid ordinary passport with sufficient validity for travel in China.
  • Organize a tour group of at least two people and contact a travel agency accredited by Guilin's tourism authorities.
  • Have the travel agency help you plan your itinerary to ensure it meets the visa exemption policy requirements.
  • Prepare travel-related documents, such as valid passport and flight tickets.

2. Arriving in Guilin:

  • Enter through the Guilin airport port, fill out the entry card, and proceed to the visa-free counter via a "fast track."
  • Present your passport and travel documents to the border inspection authorities upon entry.

3. Staying in Guilin:

  • You may stay within the administrative region of Guilin for no more than 144 hours.
  • Enjoy Guilin's tourist attractions, such as the Li River, Elephant Trunk Hill, West Street in Yangshuo, and the Longji Terraces.

Longji Rice Terrace

4. Exiting Guilin at the end of your trip:

  • Follow the travel agency's itinerary and exit through the Guilin Liangjiang International Airport port with your group members within the specified time.

What to Do and See in Guilin During the Six Days

  • Li River Cruise: A must-do in Guilin, offering views of the unique peaks and clear waters along the river.
  • Longji Terraces: Located in Longsheng Various Nationalities Autonomous County, known as the world's top terraced fields.
  • West Street in Yangshuo: Famous for its unique cultural atmosphere and vibrant nightlife, offering local cuisine and souvenirs.
  • Yulong River: Known as the "Little Li River," with clear waters and beautiful scenery, perfect for bamboo rafting or cycling along the banks.
  • Elephant Trunk Hill: A symbol of Guilin, resembling a giant elephant drinking from the river.
  • Cave Exploration: Guilin is famous for its karst landscape, with caves like Reed Flute Cave and Silver Cave worth exploring.
  • Special Performances: Shows like "Impression Liu Sanjie" and "Guilin Eternal Love" combine natural landscapes with cultural elements.
  • Local Cuisine: Don't miss trying Guilin rice noodles, beer fish, and Gongcheng oil tea.

Travel with Top China Travel

Top China Travel is a reliable travel agency based in China. As an inbound travel brand of China International Travel Service Guilin Co., Ltd., Top China Travel offers professional travel services from sightseeing and dining to transfers and accommodations, aiming at creating them ever-lasting vacation memories. We're here to support you with any visa assistance you may require for your Chinese adventure.

travel with top china travel

In addition to Guilin's great visa-free policy, China also welcomes international transit travelers with a 144-Hour Visa-free Transit in major cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Chengdu and more. There's also a 72-Hour Transit Visa Exemption in Guilin, Harbin and Changsha. You can take this chance to explore China's diverse landscapes, cultures and histories without needing a Chinese Visa. Or you can get a full Chinese Visa to travel at your own pace. Feel free to contact us for our popular China tours or let us create a unique experience just for you. 

Best Tours Recommended to you