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Both United and American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from Orlando (MCO) to Beijing China (PEK) for $504, making 1 stop.

Travel Availability:
Departs MCO: Aug 28-29; Sept 2-12, 17-30; Oct 1-3, 15-19, 22-26, 29-31; Nov 1-2, 4, 6-9, 11-15, 19-23, 27-30; Dec 2-5
Returns: wide and good availability, generally 7-day stays

Use dates and plug into Expedia [expedia.com] or Priceline [priceline.com] to see which airline is flying your dates and then book it with hotel.

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Great deal. Just FYI. You need a Visa to visit China
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Great deal. Just FYI. You need a Visa to visit China
They don't take MasterCard?
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They don't take MasterCard?
I meant travel visa.
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They don't take MasterCard?
Lmao good one
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I meant travel visa.
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strong is, the troll within this one.
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I meant travel visa.
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My buddy recently booked a trip to China and told me he nearly had to cancel because he didn't apply for the visa required. I searched and found the article below:

http://traveltips.usatoday.com/tr...24557.html

I hope it helps
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Just came back from China and visited WITHOUT a visa. US citizens are eligible for a 144 hour visa- free transit to China as long as they are in transit to another country. So your flight plans have to be A - B - C, where A and C are different countries and B is in China. You do not qualify for this 144 visa-free transit if you have a layover in a different airport in mainland China.

In my case, I went from Dallas to Beijing to South Korea ... Spent 2 weeks in South Korea then I went to Cambodia for a few days. From Cambodia I went back to Beijing (as my return flight back to the US was out of Beijing) BUT I had a layover in Bangkok, Thailand. (If I had a layover in another part of mainland China, I wouldn't have been eligible for the 144 hours).

Sounds confusing? Yes ... but it can save you some money if you're trying to do this on a budget. This is a great deal if you want to visit this part of the world and flights out of Beijing to another country are cheap. I went to Siem Reap, Cambodia to see Angkor Wat and enjoyed it a lot. Dollar goes a long way out there My room was $20/night and it was equivalent to a 5 star hotel. I also had a personal Tuk Tuk driver for 8-9 hours each day and that was only $20 also .. Cambodia was the easiest trip I ever planned.

The other catch to this visa-free transit is that you have to stay in that particular region of China during your visit. If you go to Beijing - there's plenty to see in that area: Great Wall, Tianamen Square, Forbidden City and a number of other palaces and temples.
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just change from MCO / PEK to FLL / PEK RT for 104$ more, worth it dont need to drive to MCO , now
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