erseas travelers from 53 nations and regions to enjoy a 144-hour visa-fr
ee visit starting in May, with an aim to further promote the province’s tourism industry.
Lin Weixiong, deputy director general of the Guangdong Departme
it all of Guangdong’s 21 prefecture-level cities when they have entered the province.
“In addition to the international airports, foreigners can enter an
d leave Guangdong through the four railways, the eight land and 15 water ports in the pro
vince,” Lin said at a press conference in the Guangdong provincial capital of Guangzhou on Tuesday.