- The Yuan – the Chinese currency – is highly susceptible to inflation so the exchange rate can differ massively from one day to the next. Keep an eye on the official rates.
- It’s always good to have some cash on you.
- Euros can be exchanged at the bigger (chain) hotels, at airports and in the bigger branches of the Bank of China.
Cashpoint / ATM
- Cashpoints are easy to find in the bigger cities and more are being installed outside the urban areas.
- Instances of cashpoints being out of service are relatively high though so be prepared and always have some cash on you, especially if you venture off the beaten track.
- Credit cards are increasingly accepted. However, not all types are accepted and not all restaurants and hotels accept them so do check beforehand.
- Be mindful that although stickers may advertise differently, they still may only accept Chinese cards. Again, do check.
- You can use your credit card for cash withdrawals but only at the larger branches of the Bank of China.
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