Aktuelle Reisewarnungen für China

Letzte Aktualisierung: Mittwoch, 28. September 2022 um 08:20

Reisen nach China sollten nur wenn nötig unternommen werden.


Reisewarnungen in dieser Region [Zur Weltkarte].

Aktuelle Einschätzung: 3.5 / 5

China ist ein Land in Asien (Ost-Asien) mit etwa 1.331 Millionen Einwohnern und einer Landfläche von 9.596.960 km². Es liegen aus 8 verschiedenen Quellen Hinweise zu diesem Land vor.

Angrenzende Nachbarländer: 3,5 / 5

China grenzt an 14 Nachbarstaaten über Land für dieses Land beträgt der Reisewarnindex 3,5 (im Durchschnitt der Länderwerte). Es wurden für alle angrenzenden Nachbarländer Hinweise gefunden: Afghanistan (5,0), Myanmar (4,6), Nordkorea (4,4), Russische Föderation (4,4), Pakistan (3,8), Indien (3,4), Nepal (3,3), Kasachstan (3,2), Bhutan (3,0), Laos (3,0), Tadschikistan (3,0), Mongolei (2,8), Vietnam mit (2,7) und Kirgisistan mit (2,5 von 5). Siehe hierzu auch die Gefahrenkarte.

Aktuelle Informationen zu Covid-19

Das European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control meldet keine Fälle von COVID-19 (infection with SARS-CoV-2 or Coronavirus).

Quelle: www.ecdc.europa.eu

Aktuelle Einzelmeldungen / Reisehinweise

Neuseeländische Regierung

Quelle: https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/china

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

We advise New Zealanders exercise increased caution in China (Level 2 of 4).

Reisewarnstufe: 2

Exercise increased caution / Some Risk.

Kanadische Regierung

Quelle: https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/china

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

The Canadian goverment suggests: Exercise a high degree of caution.

Reisewarnstufe: 3

Exercise a high degree of caution.

US Amerikanische Regierung

Quelle: http://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/china-travel-advisory.html

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Last Update: Reissued with updates on COVID-19 restrictions. Reconsider travel to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the PRC’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) due to arbitrary enforcement of local laws and COVID-19-related restrictions. Exercise increased caution in the PRC due to wrongful detentions. Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has determined the PRC has a low level of COVID-19 and Hong Kong has a high level of COVID-19. Visit the CDC page for the latest Travel Health Information related to your travel. Quarantine and Testing The zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19 by the PRC and Hong Kong SAR governments severely impacts travel and access to public services. All travelers should prepare to quarantine at a government-designated location for an extended duration upon arrival. While in quarantine, health authorities will test travelers as often as daily for COVID-19 and will not permit travelers to leave their rooms. Travelers who test positive during this quarantine time will be transferred to a government-designated medical facility. Standards of care, accommodations, testing, and treatments may differ considerably from standards in the United States, including the possibility of unsanitary or crowded conditions, substandard or limited access to food provisions, and delayed access to medical treatment. Even after completing quarantine on-arrival, travelers to the PRC, including the Hong Kong SAR, may face additional quarantines and mandatory testing as well as movement and access restrictions, including access to medical services and public transportation. In some cases, U.S. citizen children in the PRC, including the Hong Kong SAR, who test positive have been separated from their parents and kept in isolation until they meet local hospital discharge requirements. People within the PRC, including the Hong Kong SAR, are subjected to mandatory testing. In areas with confirmed COVID-19 cases, restrictions may include being confined to home or moved to a government- designated quarantine facility or hospital. Visit the Embassy's COVID-19 page for more information on COVID-19 and related restrictions and conditions in the mainland areas of the PRC, or the Consulate General Hong Kong's COVID-19 page for information on the COVID-19 situation in the Hong Kong SAR, as testing and travel requirements frequently change. Lockdowns   Lockdowns, also called “dynamic static management of COVID-19 risks,” can occur in any location in the PRC at any time with little notice and may last for extended periods.  Officials may instruct people not to leave specific districts, compounds, or residences. They may lock compound and building doors, and construct gates or walls around residences with little or no notice.  Officials may require people to transfer to a quarantine facility.  Prepare to have sufficient water, food, and medication on hand for a minimum of two weeks.  If an area is restricted due to COVID-19, groceries, deliveries, and public transportation may be unavailable. Hospitals may restrict entrance or be locked down on short notice. These restrictions may be more likely to occur in border areas, particularly on the borders with the DPRK, Burma (Myanmar), Mongolia, and Russia, where COVID-19 cases have occurred that officials believe stem from cross border transmission.  Country Summary: The PRC government arbitrarily enforces local laws, including carrying out wrongful detentions and using exit bans on U.S. citizens and citizens of other countries without fair and transparent process under the law. The Department has determined that at least one U.S. national is wrongfully detained by the PRC government. U.S. citizens traveling or residing in the PRC, including the Hong Kong SAR, may be detained without access to U.S. consular services or information about their alleged crime. U.S. citizens may be subjected to prolonged interrogations and extended detention without due process of law. Foreigners in the PRC, including the Hong Kong SAR, including but not limited to businesspeople, former foreign government personnel, and journalists have been unjustly interrogated and detained by PRC officials for alleged violations of PRC national security laws. The PRC has also interrogated, detained, and expelled U.S. citizens living and working in the PRC. Security personnel may detain and/or deport U.S. citizens for sending private electronic messages critical of the PRC or Hong Kong SAR governments. In addition, the PRC government has used restrictions on travel or departure from the PRC, or so-called exit bans, to: compel individuals to participate in PRC government investigations, pressure family members of the restricted individual to return to the PRC from abroad, resolve civil disputes in favor of PRC citizens, and gain bargaining leverage over foreign governments. In most cases, U.S. citizens only become aware of an exit ban when they attempt to depart the PRC, and there is no reliable mechanism or legal process to find out how long the ban might continue or to contest it in a court of law.  Relatives, including minor children, of those under investigation in the PRC, may become subject to an exit ban.  The PRC and Hong Kong SAR governments do not recognize dual nationality.  U.S.-PRC citizens and U.S. citizens of Chinese descent may be subject to additional scrutiny and harassment, and the PRC and Hong Kong SAR governments may prevent the U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate General from providing consular services. XINJIANG UYGHUR AUTONOMOUS REGION and TIBET AUTONOMOUS REGION Extra security measures, such as security checks and increased levels of police presence, are common in the Xinjiang Uyghur and Tibet Autonomous Regions. Authorities may impose curfews and travel restrictions on short notice. HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION Since the imposition of the National Security Law on June 30, 2020, the PRC unilaterally and arbitrarily exercises police and security power in the Hong Kong SAR. The PRC has demonstrated an intention to use this authority to target a broad range of activities it defines as acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign entities. The National Security Law also covers offenses committed by non-Hong Kong residents or organizations outside of Hong Kong, which could subject U.S. citizens who have been publicly critical of the PRC to a heightened risk of arrest, detention, expulsion, or prosecution. PRC security forces, including the new Office for Safeguarding National Security, now operate in the Hong Kong SAR and are not subject to oversight by the Hong Kong judiciary. Demonstrations: Participating in demonstrations or any other activities that authorities interpret as constituting an act of secession, subversion, terrorism, or collusion with a foreign country could result in criminal charges. On June 30, 2020, as part of its color-coded system of warning flags, the Hong Kong police unveiled a new purple flag, which warns protesters that shouting slogans or carrying banners with an intent prohibited by the law could now result in criminal charges. U.S. citizens are strongly cautioned to be aware of their surroundings and avoid demonstrations. Propaganda: A PRC propaganda campaign has falsely accused individuals, including U.S. citizens, of fomenting unrest in the Hong Kong SAR. In some cases, the campaign has published their personal information, resulting in threats of violence on social media. Read the country information page for the PRC and the information page for the Hong Kong SAR for additional information on travel.

Reisewarnstufe: 4


Finnische Regierung

Quelle: https://um.fi/resemeddelande/-/c/CN

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

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Reisewarnstufe: 4

Reduce Travel to the necessary minimum..

Wenn von einer Behörde eines Landes mehrere Meldungen gelistet werden, bedeutet dies, dass in diesem Land regionale Unterschiede in der Sicherheitslage bestehen. Einzelne Meldungen können Gebiete ausweisen die sicherer oder unsicherer als die Hauptmeldung sind. Hier empfiehlt es sich die Mitteilung der jeweiligen Behörde zu lesen. Zusätzlicher Hinweis: Da die Einstufung ein automatisierter Prozess ist, kann dieser nur als erster Schritt für eine eigene Recherche gelten. Schau' dir bitte auch die einzelnen Quellen an.


Allgemeine Länderinformationen



etwa 1.331 Millionen
Fläche (Land, Inseln)
9.596.960 km²
220V - 50Hz
Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
ISO 2-Buchstaben Code
Top Level Domain
Mobile Frequenzen (MHz)

Flughäfen in China (extern)


Häufig gestellte Fragen

Hier ein paar kompakte Antworten auf häufig gestellte Fragen zur Reisesicherheit in China.

Liegen für China Reisewarnungen oder -Hinweise vor?

Aktuell liegen für China Hinweise aus 8 Ländern vor. Die aktuelle Durschnittsbewertung liegt bei 3.5 von 5 Punkten.

Ist China in 2020 zum Reisen sicher?

Für China liegen mit 3.5 erhöhte Werte vor. Diese resultieren oft aus Reisehinweisen für einzelne Regionen. Wir empfehlen eine Prüfung der einzelnen Quellen.

Von wievielen Ländern liegen Reisehinweise für China vor?

Uns liegen aus 8 Ländern Reisehinweise für das Land China vor.

An welche Länder grenzt China direkt?

China grenzt an 14 Nachbarstaaten über Land für dieses Land beträgt der Reisewarnindex 3,5 (im Durchschnitt der Länderwerte). Es wurden für alle angrenzenden Nachbarländer Hinweise gefunden: Afghanistan (5,0), Myanmar (4,6), Nordkorea (4,4), Russische Föderation (4,4), Pakistan (3,8), Indien (3,4), Nepal (3,3), Kasachstan (3,2), Bhutan (3,0), Laos (3,0), Tadschikistan (3,0), Mongolei (2,8), Vietnam mit (2,7) und Kirgisistan mit (2,5 von 5). Siehe hierzu auch die Gefahrenkarte.

Hinweis zu den dargestellten Reisehinweisen
Die Reisehinweise zu den einzelnen Ländern werden automatisiert zusammen gestellt. Hierzu werden täglich die Feeds der jeweils zuständigen Behörden aus den jeweiligen Ländern analysiert. In einigen Fällen erfolgt eine Auswertung der Webseite selbst. Da es sich um Informationen aus unterschiedlicher Nationen handelt sind die Abstufungen der Warnungen unterschiedlich. Daher handelt es sich bei den dargestellten Informationen um eine maschinell zusammengestellte und normalisierte Darstellung, die keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit und Korrektheit aufweist. Wenn wir für ein Land keine Reisewarnung anzeigen, heißt dies nicht immer es wäre 100% sicher. Die hier gezeigten Informationen sollen einen ersten Anhaltspunkt liefern. Zusätzlicher Hinweis: die Seite ist unter der Domain reisewarnung.net erreichbar, dass bedeutet aber nicht, das zwangläufig eine Reisewarnung vorliegt. Oft liegen einfach nur formale Reisehinweise vor. Diese können dazu führen, dass ein Land eine Note um die 2.0 haben kann und dennoch sehr sicher ist (wie z.B. Deutschland). Niedrigere Noten sind üblicherweise kein Signal für eine besondere Bedrohung!