Accidents don’t follow any rules. Most of them happen in moments, when we don’t expect it at all. Although, most of us aren’t willing to encounter ones, we must handle some emergent situation or troubles during our trips to foreign countries.
We already learn the most important emergency contact numbers during our childhood by our parents. Therefore, we always know which number to call in case of different accidents. It’s a common sense to call 911 to report breakout of fire, or ask for help from the police in America. But have you ever thought about what’s it like in China? Some people are so excited about their next vacation or their upcoming semester abroad, that they don’t think about finding out the most important contact numbers (besides your families’ phone number of course). See, that’s why it is important to know the “must-remember” phone numbers, so you could dial while facing some dilemma.
The numbers below will be a great help to you. But how could you describe your urgent situation if you aren’t proficient in Chinese when someone picks up the phone? In most cities in Mainland China are the emergency numbers provided in Mandarin Chinese and English. But just in case, it is better to understand and speak some Chinese to be sure, that they understand you right. TutorMandarin can help you to feel more safe while travelling in Chinese speaking countries. We offer 1-on-1 classes with professional tutors for every level. You’re a Beginner? No problem. We will help you to get your Chinese journey started, even before your flight departs. Sign up for our free trail class and download the Chinese learning App.
|Ambulance and Fire (The fire department)||+86 119|
|First-aid Ambulance service||+86 120|
|Privately operated ambulance (Beijing)||+86 999|
Police (Text message)
|Traffic Accident||+86 122|
|Directory Enquiries||+86 114|
|Time Enquiry||+86 117|
|Ambulance and Fire||+886 119|
|Police Broadcasting Network||+886 (0)2 2388 7901|
|Foreign Affairs Department of the National Police Administration||+886 (0)2 2394 5900|
|Foreign Affairs Division, Taipei Police Headquarters||+886 (0)2 2831 7475|
|Local Call||+886 104|
|Long Distance Call||+886 105|
|English Speaking Directory Assistance||+886 106|
|International Operator||+886 100|
|Ambulance and Fire Department||+852 999
+852 992+852 112
|Police hotline||+852 2527 7177|
|Telephone directory enquiries||+852 1081|
|Ambulance/ Fire /Police||+853 999|
|Police department hotline||+853 2857 3333|
|Fire department hotline||+853 2857 2222|
|Hotlines of the Hospitals
||+853 2831 3731
+853 2837 1333
+853 2882 1838
|Emergency services number for Tourists from Mainland China||+853 999
|Emergency services number for international tourists||+853 999
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A lot of numbers? Save these on your mobile phone, to make sure you dial the right number. Though, we hope you won’t have to dial any of these numbers someday… you might keep them in mind. Just in case! Do we have forgotten any important emergency contact numbers, that you would like to recommend? Simply leave a message, we would like to know more about it!
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