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BITE2014: Timor-Leste Seeks More Chinese Tourists

Mr. Quilino Santos Caeiro, Director of Marketing of Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Ministry of Tourism
To attract more Chinese tourists to Timor-Leste, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Ministry Of Tourism attended Beijing International Tourism Expo (BITE) from June 26 to 29, promoting its rich tourism resources.
 
Mr. Quilino Santos Caeiro, Director of Marketing of Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Ministry of Tourism told World Travel Online:” Our visitors are mainly from Australia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand, but we are confident of Chinese tourism market as Chinese outbound travel market is developing continuously and the number of Chinese tourists are increasing. We welcome more Chinese tourists come to our beautiful country. ”
  
Quilino mentioned that China and Timor-Leste signed agreements on tourism cooperation when Timor Leste's Prime Minister Jose Alexandre Xanana Gusmao visited China on April this year. “Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Ministry of Tourism will have more plans to promote our tourism resources, such as internet promotion and attending travel fairs in China, as well as holding tourism promotion events with embassy in China and organizing fam trip to Timor-Leste for Chinese tour operators.”
 
Famous Cristo Rei Beach in Timor-Leste
 
He added that there is no direct flight from China to Timor-Leste for now, thus, they are negotiating with airline companies to open direct flights. Chinese tourists can transfer from Australia, Singapore, and Indonesia to Timor-Leste.
 
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