The Embassy
Embassy of Malta 
1-51 San Li Tun Diplomatic OfficeBuilding,
Gong Ti Bei Lu,
Chaoyang District,
​0086 10 65323114
22048700 (calling from Malta) 
0086 10 65326125

The Embassy

Where to find us
1-51 San Li Tun Diplomatic Office Building,
Gong Ti Bei Lu,
Chaoyang District,
How to get there
Embassy's Map 
The Embassy of Malta is situated in the Sanlitun Diplomatic Office Building on Gongti Bei Lu in Chaoyang District. It is opposite the Zhaolong Hotel and the Pacific Century Department Store. 
The Embassy is on the fifth floor of Building No 1 of the Diplomatic Compound.
Using the Beijing Subway
Travelling on the Beijing Subway might be fastest way to travel during peak hours. Stop at Tuanjiehu subway station on line 10. Take exit A and walk towards Workers’ Stadium North Road. The entrance to the Sunlitun Diplomatic Compound on the right hand side is halfway between the subway station and the Village shopping complex.
By taxi
Beijing has a reliable and cheap taxi service. If you do not have confidence to speak in Chinese, show a printout of the address to the driver:
请带我到这个地址qǐng dài wǒ dào zhè ge dì zhǐ” (Please take me to this address)

北京市朝阳区工体北路三里屯外交公寓 办公楼
1-51 马耳他驻华使馆 邮编100600  
Opening hours
Monday to Friday from 0900hrs to 1200hrs and 1300hrs to 1730hrs.
How to contact us
Telephone :0086 10 65323114
Fax:             0086 10 65326125
VOIP (calling from Malta):      2204 8702 Ms Farrugia
                                               2204 8703 Mr Sammut
                                               2204 8704 Ambassador's Secretary

Emergency Number:   0086 13901017417 (after office hours)
​​Public Holidays 2019

New Year’s Day                                            January 1st

Chinese New Year Festival                           February 4th, 5th and 6th

Freedom Day                                               March 31st

Good Friday                                                 April 19th

Labor Day                                                     May 1st

Sette Giugno                                                June 7th

Victory Day                                                  September 8th

Mid-Autumn Festival                                   September 13th

Independence Day                                       September 21st

China National Day                                      October 1st

Republic Day                                                December 13th

Christmas Day                                              December 25th​