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Maldivian ambassador offers tips for Chinese tourists

(People's Daily Online)

16:00, October 18, 2012

(Photo/Xinhua)

Mohamed Rasheed, Maldivian ambassador to China, had an online communication with Chinese netizens at People's Daily Online, on the afternoon of Oct 17th, 2012.

The ambassador said Chinese tourists, often seen in museums and local markets besides the scenery spots, are more energetic and curious comparing with those from European countries. Nowadays, more and more Chinese couples choose the Maldives to spend their honeymoons.

In the past six months, dozens of Chinese tourists have been cheated in the Maldives. The Maldivian Embassy will strengthen the management of travel agencies, the ambassador said.

The food specialties in the Maldives are fish and coconuts. People could eat a variety of fresh fish in the Maldives.

The ambassador suggested people to stay five to seven days in his coutnry to fully enjoy its beautiful scenery and local culture.

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