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Travel West China Payment Guide

Thank you for choosing Travel West China as your tour operator. Travel West China provides various ways of payment for the convenience of our clients. Detailed payment guide will also be sent to you through email by your personal travel advisor.

Pay by PayPal

PayPal is the safest and easiest way to pay online without exposing your credit card or bank account number. Whatever if you have or have not a PayPal account, you may pay us securely with PayPal which is now used by over 72,000,000 account users.

After you have confirmed a certain amount of payment for the travel service you are going to book from Travel West China, your personal travel advisor at Travel West China will send you a PayPal payment link via email. By following that payment link, you will be transferred to PayPal's official secure online payment website.

If you have a PayPal account, all you need to do is to login to your PayPal account and click the pay button. Not necessary to provide credit card information.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you can still pay us at PayPal's official website by providing your credit card information. PayPal accepts all the major credit card and debit card such as Visa, Master, AE, Diners, JCB etc.

Please be noticed that Travel West China's only PayPal account is paypal@travelwestchina.com

To know more about PayPal, please click the PayPal logo below to view its official website.

PayPal

Pay by Western Union Transfer

Western Union is the fastest way to pay. We can get your money in a few minutes after you send the money. So it is an ideal way to book the tours with us. You can choose Western Union Transfer if there is Western Union Service in the area where you live.

After you send us the money, please tell us the full name of the remitter, sum of money, details of your address, and Money Transfer Control Number provided by Western Union.

Below is the information for Western Union Transfer:
Receiver's First Name: WEI
Receiver's Last Name: YANG
Country: CHINA

To know more about Western Union, please click the WESTERN UNION logo below to view its official website.

Western Union Global Transfer

Pay by Wire Transfer

It's very easy and safe to pay us by wire transfer. Please follow these steps.

  1. Either go to your bank and request they make a payment, or use internet banking to transfer through your bank's official web site.

    Below is the information for Wire Transfer:
    Bank Name: CHINA MERCHANTS BANK (HONG KONG BRANCH)
    Bank Address: 21/F, BANK OF AMERICA TOWER, 12 HARCOURT ROAD, CENTRAL, HONG KONG
    Account Number: 621299 860 3706413
    SWIFT Number: CMBCHKHH
    Beneficiary: YANG WEI
  2. After money sent, please fax us the bank receipt to Travel West China at (86-28) 8514 3610. Please write your travel advisor's name on the postscript after you transfer the money.

Please be noticed that this option is not available if departure date for travel is within 20 days as it may take 5 days to 3 weeks for the wired payment to reach us.



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"What a pleasant surprise that you guys had helped us get the group visa and all the Tibet travel permits which allowed us to enter Tibet from Kathmandu, Nepal immedidately upon our arrival. Even without speaking English, the driver made us feel very comfortable. He was friendly and always on time. Thanks for your excellent organization. We had a very nice and beautiful trip in Tibet!"

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