- Get our best Pound to Chinese Yuan exchange rate when you order online, with no commission.
- Buy Chinese Yuan online and collect at your nearest store, or delivery to your home address.
- Extensive network of 350+ local foreign exchange stores and agents across the UK.
Great Pound to Chinese Yuan exchange rate
If you’re buying Chinese Yuan, order your currency online before travelling with No1 Currency and get our very best Pound to Chinese Yuan exchange rate.
You can find our latest GBP to CNY exchange rate here.
Pay 0% Commission on Yuan
We want you to get the most from your money exchange, so we offer zero commission when you order Chinese Yuan online.
How to buy Chinese Yuan?
Buy Chinese Money online and collect in store
It’s easy! With a few clicks you can secure our best Chinese Yuan exchange rate and choose where you want to collect from our extensive network of No1 Currency exchange stores or agents across the UK.
Find your nearest store here.
Chinese currency delivered to your door
We can deliver Chinese Yuan directly to your home address. For orders of £750 or over, delivery is free, or for orders under £750 there is a small delivery charge of £5.95.
When to buy Yuan?
To get the best exchange rate for your Chinese currency, it is a good idea to monitor the GBP to RMB exchange rate before your trip. By buying your travel money in advance, you’ll know the exact yuan exchange rate you are going to get. If you are using ATMs in China you may not get the same exchange rate.
Sell Unused Currency
You can sell Chinese yuan back to us! at the pre-order RMB to GBP exchange rate secured when placing a Click & Sell order online.
You can find our latest CNY to GBP exchange rate here.
China currency Information
Currency Name: Chinese Yuan or Renminbi
Currency Code: CNY
Currency Symbol: ¥
Banknotes: 1 yuan, 5 yuan, 10 yuan, 20 yuan, 50 yuan and 100 yuan
Smaller banknotes: 1 and 5 jiao
Coins: 1 yuan, 1 jiao, 2 jiao, 5 jiao, 1 fen, 2 fen and 5 fen
It’s the official currency of mainland China and is issued by People’s Bank of China. The yuan is divided into units of 10 jiao and 100 fen. Renminbi is an alternative name for the yuan, in the same way, the UK has the pound and sterling. You’ll often see Renminbi is often abbreviated to RMB.
Although Hong Kong is officially part of China, its currency is the Hong Kong Dollar. If visiting mainland China and then Hong Kong, you can easily exchange your Chinese money over there.
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