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You can book a single trip policy or annual travel insurance for China online or by calling us for free on our UK based helpline

Holiday insurance for your trip to China

China is the world’s most populous country, so when you visit you’ll be assured of a remarkable variety of different landscapes, people and activities. With Holiday Extras travel insurance for China you can choose a policy to fit your itinerary, which is perfect for a country of such extremes. And our medical insurance ensures that you can afford a good level of treatment for declared medical conditions, if you run into any difficulties.

Holiday Extras offers excellent China travel insurance

With Holiday Extras worldwide travel insurance policies you can get a level of cover that reflects exactly what you plan to do in China.

For travellers who can’t keep away from China, an annual policy can be the perfect option. Our annual travel policy provides the same support as our Premium cover, but protects you for an entire year. It can be booked for an individual, couple or family. Families with annual cover are not required to travel together, and children under 18 travel free when accompanied by an adult policyholder.

Booking your policy

Choosing your policy is quick and easy. Simply choose a cover level that suits your trip and make your payment online or via our UK call centre. Simply fill in the quote form above or call our friendly team for FREE.

China travel guide

Budgeting – Parts of China are far cheaper than the West, while other areas can be much more expensive. Research your destination and budget accordingly.

Visa – British visitors to China require a visa, which can be obtained from the Chinese embassy or an official visa sourcing centre.

Health – Get all of your vaccinations at least six to eight weeks in advance, as you'll need them to fully benefit from our medical cover. Consult your GP to determine which you will need – this is likely to include Typhoid and Rabies.

What to do in China

  • Slip into the Forbidden City and witness the best-preserved collection of imperial architecture in China.
  • Wind your way along the Great Wall, and take in spectacular views on your journey.
  • Explore The Bund in Shanghai, a waterfront area that exhibits an array of different architectural and artistic styles.
  • The Karst Mountains in the Guangxi Province are so impressive that you can see them on the 20 Renminbi note. You can get a great view from nearby Yangshuo town.
  • Visit adorable Giant Pandas in Chengdu of the Sichuan Province, where 85 percent of China’s wild Giant Pandas reside.

*Prices and cover levels were correct at the time of writing, and may be subject to change. Please enter your details into the booking engine for a complete quote.