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Tibet is Reopen for Foreigners Now
Published on: 2021-07-16
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The Tibet autonomous region opened for tourism to foreigners in China.

The region was closed off to international travelers last year due to COVID-19.

To enter, travelers must show proof of a Chinese work certificate 28 days before entering and a negative nucleid acid test seven days before departure.

If you’re interested in visiting the region, you’ll have to book with a travel agency and apply for a Tibet Entry Permit. The permit usually takes three to seven days to process and requires a valid passport, a scanned copy of your visa and a scanned copy of your certificate of employment.

Expats in China usually have already obtained the work visa (also called Z visa) or residence permit. In this case, you still need to get the Tibet Travel Permit to visit Tibet. To apply for the Tibet permit, you need to prepare the following documents:

1. A screenshot of the health code of where you live now.

2. Clear photo or scanned copy of passport

3. Clear photo or scanned copy of Chinese Visa or Residence Permit

4. Recent covid-19 Test result copy (suggested within 7 days) (need to provide when applying permit)

5. Clear photo or scanned copy of Work certificate

6. A certificate issued by the applicant company or neighborhood committee to prove that he/she hasn't left China within the last 28 days. This information can be written on the same document as the Work Certificate Letter.

Noted: Journalists and diplomats cannot travel to Tibet as ordinary tourists.

Independent travel in Tibet is not allowed.











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