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China money

Postby returningwanderer » Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:24 pm

Hi all

I am travelling to China from the UK in a couple of weeks. Was just wondering what the best thing to do regarding money in China? Is it best to get beforehand or shall I just use ATMs or takes USD and exchange these?
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Re: China money

Postby kiwikoalabaer77 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:12 am

I have been to China twice last year (after a first trip to China in 2010). You'll find ATMs (almost) everywhere in in the country, so I would not take to much cash money with me. When travelling I always only take about 200 to 300 US-Dollars cash with me and never had any problems. There are a few countries where you might need more cash money, Burma, for example, but in China you'll be fine with one or two credit cards.
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Re: China money

Postby pr1me » Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:37 am

Hi all,

I'm wondering how much USD and CYN I should take with me in cash when I go on the Wild China tour. I see you've mentioned that 300 USD should be enough, so how much CYN would you then take with?
Or can you pay with USD everywhere you go?

Kind regards,
Dario
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