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Medical Service

It is deemed that China a remarkably safe tourist country to travel around because of its friendly, kindhearted, honest, and trustworthy people. Even though, unexpected emergency-cases, especially medical emergency, may arise along your travel. For any traveler, learning something about Chinese medical service is essentially required.

With the prosperity of Chinese economy, medical service in China is greatly developed simultaneously, while medical service provided varies from place to place. Generally speaking, medical service in highly developed cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong is must better than that in less-developed places likes rural areas. In highly developed cities, qualified doctors, diversified medicine and advanced facilities are available, while those are mostly unavailable in the less-developed places.

Our tour guides are well trained and they are capable enough to handle emergency cases arising along your tour. If you feel uncomfortable while touring, just inform them and they would be pleased to help you, either asking for doctors for you or sending you to hospital. On emergency cases, they will call at 120, the emergency telephone number in China.

In China, both medical service and first-aid service are available in some large hotels and restaurants. Moreover, medical care in China is less expensive than that in western countries. Before traveling, bringing some common medicines for influenza and diarrhea proves necessary.