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Tour to China

 

A: Visa

As a Canadian you need a visa to travel in China, the application form could be found on the website of embassy of China in Canada. you're required to take passport sized color photo within 6 months prior to your application date. you'll need to submit items listed below

1>  your original passport ( valid for at least 6 months when you apply)

2>  your photo (1 copy)

3> your application form (typed and printed, only signature is hand-written)

4> your travel itinerary

5> your air tickets


B: Living standard

1> electricity voltage is 220V/380V, you need a adopter for your electronics. most hotels provide adopters.

2> tap water is not potable, so we provide bottled water everyday for your drinking needs.

3> public washroom does not provide toilet paper for free. sit-on toilet is available in washrooms at most attractions.

4> hair dryer is provided in the hotel room.

5> WIFI internet access is free at lobby for most hotels, internet access in room is available with extra fees.


C: the weather in China

please click on the name of city you'd like to know.

Beijing    Xi'an   Chongqing  Guilin   Suzhou   Hangzhou  Shanghai  Wuxi  Lhasa



Tour to Japan


A: Visa

As a Canadian passport holder, you do not need a visa to enter Japan. when enter Japan, a fingerprint and a facial photograph will be taken at immigration control.


B: Living Standard

1.> Electricity voltage is 100V throughout Japan, frequency used 50HZ (eastern Japan) and 60HZ (western Japan). the 2-pin

outlet is used in Japan, no 3-pin outlet and columnar-shaped outlet are used.

2) Unit of Japanese money is Yen, CAD $1 = 100 yen approximately. Coins are available at denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and

500 Yen. The rate for a local call in Japan is 10 Yen Per minute.


C: Weather

Please click on the name of the city you wish to know.

Tokyo, Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hiroshima



Tour to Uzbekistan


A visa


The citizen of the following countries can stay unlimited time after entry without visa:

Azerbaijan  Armenia  Belarus  Georgia  Kazakhstan  Moldova  Russia Ukraine


The citizen of the following countries can stay max 30 days after entry without visa:

Spain  Serbia  Belgium Italy Singapore Bulgaria Canada Slovakia Bosnia and Herzegovina Latvia Slovenia Brazil Lithuania Tajikistan

 Brunei Darussalam Liechtenstein Turkey The Vatican Luxemburg Finland UK Malaysia France The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Malta Croatia
 Hungary Monaco Montenegro Germany Mongolia Czech Republic Hellenic Republic Netherlands Chile Denmark New Zeland Switzerland Israel
 Norway Sweden Indonesia Poland Estonia Ireland Portugal Japan UAE The Republic of Cyprus Australia The Republic of Korea Austria Romania
 Andorra San Marino  Argentina Antigua and   Barbuda Mexico Nicaragua Saint Lucia Barbados Guatemala Panama Bahamas Belize Honduras

 Trinidad and Tobago Dominica Grenada Costa Rica  El Salvador Saint Kitts and  Nevis Dominica Cuba Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Jamaica


The citizen of the following countries can stay max 7 days after entry without visa

P.R China


B Living standard and others


Best time to travel to Uzbekistan

The weather in Uzbekistan varies from dry summer with 40 °С (104 °F) to cool winter with -23 °С (-9 °F). The most suitable time for your Uzbekistan tour is from March till July and then from September till November. The temperature of these periods keeps on the level of +20+30 °С (68+86 °F). However, if you want to see the local mountains, winter will be more favorable for this purpose.



Not everywhere in Uzbekistan a traveler can take pictures!

Similar bans have previously taken place (mainly in the subway). Now in Uzbekistan, as, perhaps, in any other country in the world, shooting at airports, military and strategic facilities is prohibited. The ban also applies to the shooting of relics, such as the original of the Osman's Koran and the photo of religious rites. In all other there are no restrictions, but it is worth bearing in mind that some historical and architectural attractions, such as the Bibi-Khanym mosque, Samarkand, are charged a small, purely symbolic fee, approximately in the amount of 1-2 dollars. The funds go to maintain the preservation of the monument, and the pictures that can be taken there are really worth it! The fee is not compulsory, if you just want to see the object without photos, just buy a regular entrance ticket, if they are not included by default in the cost of your tour.


Money

The Uzbekistan currency is som. See the table on the left to know how much American dollars it is today. You can exchange any foreign currency in all the major banks of the country. The preferred currency is US dollars in cash. Exchanging money in Tashkent is easier since it’s the capital city. You may ask your Uzbekistan travel guide to assist you to avoid any exchange difficulties. You should have cash with you for any case. If you don’t have som, you can still use US dollars for some everyday expenses. New banknotes without any damages are preferable.


Both Master Card and Visa are accepted in the large cities of Uzbekistan. Small cities mostly use cash. n ordinary shops, not for tourists, payment is made in local currency-sum. You can cash out at the terminals installed in the tourist centers of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. We recommend just in case to take a trip in cash in an amount sufficient for expenses. The most convenient currency for conversion is still the US dollar - it is in dollars that you can withdraw money in terminals. You can exchange Euro, British pound and Japanese yen in exchange offices at banks.

 

 









Tour to China

 

A: Visa

As a Canadian you need a visa to travel in China, the application form could be found on the website of embassy of China in Canada. you're required to take passport sized color photo within 6 months prior to your application date. you'll need to submit items listed below

1>  your original passport ( valid for at least 6 months when you apply)

2>  your photo (1 copy)

3> your application form (typed and printed, only signature is hand-written)

4> your travel itinerary

5> your air tickets


B: Living standard

1> electricity voltage is 220V/380V, you need a adopter for your electronics. most hotels provide adopters.

2> tap water is not potable, so we provide bottled water everyday for your drinking needs.

3> public washroom does not provide toilet paper for free. sit-on toilet is available in washrooms at most attractions.

4> hair dryer is provided in the hotel room.

5> WIFI internet access is free at lobby for most hotels, internet access in room is available with extra fees.


C: the weather in China

please click on the name of city you'd like to know.

Beijing    Xi'an   Chongqing  Guilin   Suzhou   Hangzhou  Shanghai  Wuxi  Lhasa



Tour to Japan


A: Visa

As a Canadian passport holder, you do not need a visa to enter Japan. when enter Japan, a fingerprint and a facial photograph will be taken at immigration control.


B: Living Standard