Bin Salman has visited India and Pakistan on his journey a week, announcing new investments in energy and infrastructure, before arriving in China – Saudi Arabia's largest partner.
The Saudi prince shall meet with Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng on Friday morning, before sitting down to President Xi Jinping in the afternoon.
It was almost two years since his father, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, met with Xi during the regional tour in March 2017. At that time, both sides agreed that " all areas, "Xinhua state media said.
Since then there has been a tremendous shift in the international status of Saudi Arabia.
The crown prince has struggled to improve his international reputation after the murder and elimination of Washington Post journalist and Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year.
The killer killed the reputation of the West's kingdom, which forced Saudi to go somewhere else for a fun business environment.
In Argentina's G20 last year, the leaders released Bin Salman for the killing of Khashoggi, Xi was one of the few leaders captured by the hot-drawn image
of the Saudi prince.
Close partner in partnership
China is Saudi Arabia's largest trading partner, undergoing neighboring European countries and close allies in the United States. In 2018, imports from Saudi Arabia have reached $ 46 billion.
Both countries seek support from others for their policy leadership leadership initiatives.
Saudi Arabia has previously expressed a zealous interest in participating in the wider belt of the Belt and Road
Under the maritime "Beijing road", large trade of China passes through the Red Sea, bordered by Saudi Arabia, to Europe.
Analysts say that the kingdom is dependent on China, meanwhile, is an integral part of Bin Salman's Saudi Vision 2030 project, an extensive economic plan designed to end its country from its "addiction" in oil revenues.
Euromonitor International's senior analyst Rabia Yasmeen Bin S said visiting Almania's Asia was crucial to the success of Vision 2030's plan.
"Visits are expected to bring more fruitful results to long- economic rivalry about China's One Belt, One Road Initiative and how the Saudi government can appreciate the initiative for its Saudi Vision 2030, "he said.
In an interview with Xinhua, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al-Falih, Saudi investment in China is "just beginning."  "Our culture is fully compatible in Chinese culture We send hundreds of our students to study in China, and when they begin to speak Chinese, it makes thousands of Saudi people understand how great China is and how surprising they are "We have got more," he said. "There will be great prosperity for both countries."
Yong Xiong contributed to CNN's CNN article