China Travel Insurance

China is a popular destination for many travelers. However, before you set off to discover this vast country, it's essential to take into account a number of important factors relating to your trip and your medical cover. Mondassur offers you in-depth information on China and the importance of taking out adequate health insurance for your stay.

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Whatever your reason for visiting China, make sure you take out travel or expatriate health insurance for you and your family. That way, you can leave with peace of mind and avoid any unexpected financial, health or legal risks. Cover for repatriation, hospitalization, civil liability and other emergency medical expenses is essential, whatever your destination.

China Travel Insurance
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to China.



/ trip

Travel insurance China
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Travel insurance China
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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How to choose travel insurance for China?

When to go to China?

China is a vast country with diverse climatic conditions. The best time to choose your trip depends on the region you’re visiting and the type of climate you prefer. A priori, the most pleasant season is early autumn (September to October).

Must-see places in China

We’ve selected a list of must-see places for you to visit during your stay in China, to include in your itinerary if you haven’t already done so. How do you choose the best places to visit in this vast country? 23 provinces, 4 municipalities, 5 autonomous regions and 2 special administrative regions.

  • Beijing, China’s historical and cultural capital: This metropolis is rich in historical heritage. Here you’ll find the Peking Man site. Numerous palaces can also be found here. This residence of the emperors is located in the center of the city. It covers an area of almost 70 hectares. This palace is considered one of the best-preserved royal residences in the country. It has become a museum where ancient Chinese arts such as ceramics, paintings, musical instruments and lacquerware are explored. The area is also famous for its temples. Among the most beautiful is that of Heaven, where the Chinese pray for abundant harvests.
  • The Great Wall of China: The Great Wall of China is an ancient military fortification stretching for some 6,500 km. Its width measures up to 7 m. Its length varies between 5 and 17 m. This extraordinary edifice is the most important work ever built by man. It was built from stone, brick and wood. Its first creation is said to have taken place in the 3rd century BC, during the Qin dynasty. At that time, it was estimated to be almost 5,500 km long. The wall was subsequently extended during the reign of Emperor Wudi. In 2007, it was named one of the 7 Wonders of the World. This rampart is also reputed to be the largest cemetery on the planet, thanks to the countless workers who died during its construction. This monument is undoubtedly one of the country’s main tourist attractions. Badaling, Xifengkou, Juyongguan Fort and Mutianyu are ideal places to enjoy its beauty.
  • Xi’an, a city rich in archaeological treasures: Xi’an is located in the Weihe basin. It is the capital of Shaanxi province. The city is known for its unique history and archaeological treasures. The discovery of the terracotta army of the emperor Qin Shi Huangdi enhanced its reputation worldwide. During a China à la carte tour, tourists are also drawn to the mausoleums of the Western Han and Tang emperors. The Famen temple is also a must-see in Xi’an. It is located in the village of the same name. This place of worship is famous for the relics of Sakyamuni, the founder of the Buddhist religion. Other sites of interest include the Xi’an city wall, the Great Wild Goose Pagoda, the Forest of Steles, the Shaanx Museum, the Qianling Tomb and the tomb of the Han emperor Wudi.

And much more….

  • Stone forest and rice terraces (Yuanyang) in Yunnan -> discover Tibetan culture in depth
  • The Shanghai bund, China’s global hub
  • Nature and discovery in Jiuzhaigou National Park
  • The yellow mountains of the Huang Shan

Travel insurance for China?

It is strongly recommended that you take out sound international health insurance when traveling to China. Good all-risk health cover (100% reimbursement of actual medical expenses, repatriation, civil liability and luggage cover) will help you avoid financial and legal complications in the event of an accident. Depending on your needs and the criteria you’re looking for, Mondassur offers a range of travel insurance packages to give you peace of mind.

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