Money Conversion in Guilin

The bank notes of Chinese money is called Renminbi (RMB) means "The People's Currency". The popular unit of RMB is yuan" 1 yuan equals 10 jiao, 1 jiao equals 10 fen.

There are parts of China where the yuan is also known as Kuai and Jiao is known as mao. Chinese currency is issued in the following denominations: one, two, five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred yuan; one, two and five jiao; and one, two and five fen. All face values have paper notes; and 1 yuan (kuai), 5 jiao (mao), 1 jiao (mao), 5 fen, 2 fen, 1 fen have coins. Now the smallest unit is jiao (mao) since the unit fen has come out of use for more than ten years. Since 1948, P.R. China has issued 5 versions of RMB. The fourth and lastest fifth version of RMB are currently used. The first, second and third version of RMB notes and coin was out of use a or two decades ago. A little knowledge of China RMB make your Guilin China tour easier.

The lastest current exchange rate are following currency market to change everyday, please Click Money Converter to see the newest exchange rates between RMB and U.S. dollor or more other currencies.

Please see the Lastest Official Exchange Rates between RMB and other currencies such as USD, GBP, HKD, CHF, JPY, AUD, CAD and more. The current exchange rate are following currency market to change everyday. Click Money Converter to count out the amount of exchange. In Guilin, money exchange is offered in any one of the exchange counters of local branches of Bank of China.

1. Guilin branch: No.5 Shanhu Road (North), Xiufeng District

2. Pingshan branch: No.16, Wayao Road, Shixia District

3. Zhongshanbeilu branch: No.390, Zhongshan Road (North), Shixia District

4. Jiedong branch: No.130, Jiefang Road (East), Xiufeng District

5. Sanlidian branch: No.6, Lijiang Road, Qixing District