– For flying in controlled areas – You need approval in advance from CAAC.
China Drone flying Registration:
This registration need personal information for the pilot – Own name, personal ID number ( or Passport number), Phone number, email address, Serial Number of Drone, Model and Purpose of use. After you finish the registration you will get Registration Sticker with QR code witch must be attached to the drone. It must be visible for not armed eye.
China is undoubtedly one of the most impressive countries. This ancient civilization gave the world gunpowder, pasta and fireworks. Travellers who come to China for the first time usually include larger cities in their itinerary. By contrast, tourists who have already visited the country several times are heading to the more exotic parts of China. In both cases, China has much to offer its guests, so feel free to take a trip to the Far East that you will remember for a lifetime. Here are some of the must-visit places in China:
Xian and the Terracotta Army
The city of Xian was once the beginning of the so-called “Silk Road”. The city is one of the four great ancient capitals of China. Today, Xian is the capital of Shaanxi province. The city became even more famous in 1974, when one of the largest archaeological finds in modern-day China was discovered near it – Emperor Qing Shihuan’s Terracotta Army. According to the legend, the first Chinese emperor, Qing Shihuan, created a terracotta army to guard him beyond. The number of terracotta warriors is 8 101 and each statue is different from the rest. The construction of the Qing Shihuan Tomb takes over 40 years, with over 700,000 people involved.
Located in eastern China, Shanghai is the largest and most developed city in the country. The cityscape includes skyscrapers, shiny malls, luxury hotels and prestigious art centers. The nighttime panoramic views of the city offer bright neon lights and lively streets. The city’s major attractions include the Sheshan Basilica, the Grand Shanghai Theater, the Beijing Opera House in Shanghai, the Yuyuan Garden, the Lunhua Pagoda, the Shanghai Stock Exchange building, and Nanjing Street, one of the busiest shopping streets in the world.