Friday, May 7, 2010


I know that you guys are tired of hearing me rant about not having enough sleep on most days, right? Well, this is one of those days.. so hear it again! "I am soooooo tired and sleepy today!" There you go. Hehe. Here's why:

I went to the Chinese Consulate Office to apply for a Chinese Visa. I arrived there around 10:20AM.  I got a number from the guard and asked for an application form.

 They were serving number 954.

And I was number 147. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!

By the time my turn came, it was already 3 o'clock in the afternoooooon! Whoa! So now I have to go to work again in a couple of hours with barely enough sleep! Sigh. But it's okay. There's plenty of time for me to sleep in Beijing. LOL.

P.S. I was told to come back May 13th and pay P1,400 for a single-entry Tourist Visa.
P.P.S. The guy in window#4 looked cute. =) Hehehe!

You can get your Chinese Visa here:

China Consular Office
Address: 2nd & 3rd Floor, the World Center, 330 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Mondays to Fridays 9am to 11am 

Please click here for a list of the requirements needed. 
The Unpure Sleepy One,



Anonymous said...

That stub looks like a reallllllllly old movie ticket. I thought CHina was modernizing now? :-))

(Wait, I wonder what our embassies' number stubs look like. Ugh.)

-=K=- said...

Hahahah! Yeah, I also LOL'd when I saw the stub, errr ticket. Aside from that, there were alot of noisy, unruly people inside the embassy. Sigh. Welcome to China. LOL!

LP Alumni said...

thanks for sharing. for getting visa, does it really require rt ticket+hotel reservation? tnx

-=K=- said...

Yes, that's the first thing that they look for. During the time that I applied, I had all the requirements with me (well, except for the NBI clearance. Good thing ndi hiningi saken. LOL), and the first thing they checked was the RT ticket and the hotel reservation and the bank cert.