What is the currency in China?
China is an interesting and huge country. Remember at least the famous Chinese lanterns so popular with us! Why is China attractive? Not only the population, but also its currency. So, what is the currency in China? - The Chinese yuan is the monetary unit of the Chinese People's Republic.
In the periods from 1994 to 2005, the yuan was tiedto the US dollar. In China, the yuan is the base unit of any currency. And in the international language, this currency is called the Chinese dollar or the Taiwan dollar, the Hong Kong dollar.
The dollar and the euro can easily be exchanged in Chinaon the Chinese yuan. For this, there are points of currency reception. Also it can be exchanged in places where you have a rest, in particular in hotels, banks and shops. Mostly, the currency is the Chinese dollar or the Hong Kong dollar. In China, the use of credit cards such as "Visa", "Master card", "American express", "JCB", "Diners Club" is popular. If you go back home and you need to exchange the currency, then with the help of the exchange certificate, you can exchange the currency back for euros and dollars. Pay in China is accepted only by the Chinese yuan.