Note: This information was last updated on March 16,, 2011. See the embassy website for confirmation：http://www.chinaembassy.se/eng/
Mailed applications are acceptable. You may also submit the application to the Visa Office of the Embassy or; if you cannot go in person, you may entrust someone else or a travel/visa agent to transact your application affairs. No appointment is required.
Swedish passport holders that want to travel in Hong Kong are not required to transact application affairs if your stay there is no more than 90 days. And if you want to stay for more than 90 days, you should transact your application first.
Swedish passport holders that want to travel in Macao are free to transact your application.
Except for a neatly filled out L visa form, applicants also need to provide following materials:
Visa fees of Swedish passport holders vary from the number of entries or duration of stay.
Visas can be picked up on or after the pick-up date specified in the receipt. The receipt must be presented. Applicants can pay and pick up visas themselves or send an entrusted person or travel agency with the receipt. Or you can get your visa by post if you forward your visa to the visa office.
See figure below. Addresses, etc. follow the office hours' info.
You may submit your application to Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Stockholm.
The embassy will be closed on Saturday and Sunday and the following holidays: including Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, First of May, Labor Day, Ascension Day, National Day, Whitsunday, Midsummer Day, Chinese National Day, All Saints' Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Eve and . Public holidays will be informed in the website: http://www.chinaembassy.se/eng/