For Tours Without Flight/Train/Cruise, You can also pay cash when you arrive in China, no need to pay in advance.
At Top-chinatour.com, we accept the payment methods as below:
1.PayPal (with or without PayPal account)
PayPal is one of the safest ways to send money online. By now, over 100 million users all over the world have been using Paypal to receive and send their money internationally. Vendors like Dell, StarBucks also take Paypal as one of the major payment receiving tool. It’s definitely your worry-free payment method.
Whether or not you have a Paypal account, you may pay us securely with Paypal without exposing your credit card or bank account information to us.
Once you confirm the tour and are ready for the payment, your tour advisor will provide you a payment link via email, click the link you will reach PayPal’s secure online payment website.
If you have a Paypal account, just pay through your account balance.
You just need to login to your account then click the pay button and send money through your account balance.
Or you don’t even need to click the payment link provided by your travel advisor. You just need to login to your account and send money of the tour amount agreed with your travel advisor directly to our account at from your account balance.
2.Western Union Money Transfer Method Western Union
If you choose Western Union for the payment method, Please transfer money to following receiver in China:
Last Name: ZHANG
First Name: Gui Zhen
Address: Dongcheng District, Beijing.
Zip Code: 100101
Telephone Number: 0086-15010376720
After the transfer please fax or email us the (MTCN code, Sender Last Name/First Name, Sender Address, Telephone), to receive the money in Western Union office .
Cash Payment upon arrival Cash payment is either used for small amount of money to cover your tour expense or pay the balance upon your arrival in China. We don’t suggest you pay large amount of money by cash upon arrival.
3. Pay by Credit Card/Debit Card online:
Most customers prefer credit card online payment rather than cash payment on arrival.
A. We accept International VISA, Master Card, American Express, Diner’s Club, the currency we charge is CNY(RMB).
B. We also accept China credit cards and debit cards issued by most of banks in China, like China Bank, ICBC, Agriculture Bank, Merchant Bank, Construction Bank, Minsheng, Transportation,Xingye,China Post, etc.
For Tour Packages including domestic Flight/Train/Cruise, pre-payment is required, so you may pay by Credit Card .
Your deposit will initiate our reservation process. We will confirm with you via E-mail within one to two business days. If your reservation can not be confirmed for any reason, we will fully refund your money without any additional charges.
If it is necessary for you to cancel your tour to China, we will refund your entire payment to Visit Our China, except any applicable cancellation fees.
Our Risk Free Booking Policy
With our Risk-Free Cancellation Policy, you are protected against any cancellation charges up to a week prior to departure! No questions asked. This is unique in the travel industry. Life happens, we all know that. We want your travels to be stress-free and happy. No worries, no pressure. Just relaxation and wonder… That’s what travel is about.
Our Risk-Free Cancellation Policy Offers You:
No Cancellation Fees: If you need to cancel the travel before your departure date for any reason, you may reschedule your vacation within 365 days with no cancellation fees*.
No Change Fees: If you need to change the dates of your vacation for any reason up to 1 weeks in advance of your tour, we will not charge you a change fee.
No Transfer Fees: If you are unable to take your China vacation, you may transfer your credit to a friend or family member at no cost to you.
No Hidden Fees: The price we quote you is the price you pay. There are no hidden fees or taxes.
Payments for Yangtze River Cruises will not be refunded if the cancellation is received less than 35 days prior to the cruise date. After a cruise has begun, there will be no refund for unused days, or services due to your early departure, late arrival, or missed days.
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