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Chinese Embassy in Timor-Leste

Ambassador: Mr. Wang Wenli
Address: Rua Governador Serpa Rosa, Farol, Dili, East Timor
Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 131, Embassy of China in Dili
Tel: +670-3325163
Email: chinaembassytl@gmail.com

Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in Timor-Leste

Tel: +670-3325169, available during working hours
Email: dili@csm.mfa.gov.cn
Office Hours: 09:30-12:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Do Nationals of Timor-Leste Need a Visa to China?

Yes, nationals of Timor-Leste require a visa to enter China. Getting the visa requires applicants to fill in the online application form, gather evidentary documents, and submit the application to the consular office of the Embassy in person without making an appointment in advance.

Visa Fees

Types Citizens of Timor-Leste
Single Entry 23
Double Entry 34
Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity 45
Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity 68

 Effective from Dec. 11, 2023 to Dec. 31, 2024.

Brief Info of Timor-Leste

Important Holidays: Independence Day (National Day) on December 28, Return of True Independence Day on May 20, Referendum Day for Independence on August 30.

People: East Timor has a population of one million. About 78 percent are the natives (the half-breeds of Papua people, Malay and Polynesian); the rest are Indonesians and Chinese.

Language: The official languages are Portuguese and the main ethnic Tetum. Indonesian and English are the working languages.

Religion: Almost 91.4 percent of the total residents are the followers of Roman Catholic Church. 2.6 percent embrace Protestantism, 1.7 percent believes in Islam and the rest are Hindu and Buddhist.

Climate: It is tropical steppe climate in plain and valley, and the other areas belong to tropical rainforest climate. It is monsoon from December to March of the following year, but it is dry season from April to November. The annual average temperature is 26 degrees Celsius and the annual mean precipitation is 2,000 millimeter.

Big Cities: Dili is the capital and the country's political, economic and cultural center. Here the Dili Harbor is an excellent deep-water port. It is very hot throughout the year. Baucau is the second largest city of East Timor. Nearby there is the only international airport in this nation. Located in a small valley along coast, Baucau is surrounded by green mountains, luxurious trees and pretty flowers; the houses with red roofs among them add more charming to this city.

 Please contact Embassy of Timor-Leste in China if  this country's citizens have troubles there. 

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- Last updated on Mar. 01, 2024 by Gabby Li -
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