Surface:15,007 sq km
System of government: Republic
Religion: Roman Catholic 90%25, Muslim 4%25, Protestant 3%25, Hindu 0.5%25, Buddhist, Animist (1992 est.)
Units of measure and electricity:
Travel documents required:
The drive from Dili to Baucau is, for the most part, breath taking, bosting views similar to Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. Suspended midway between the sea and the mountains, the road passes several beaches before crossing a river into the little town of Manatuto. Although most of the buildings here were destroyed in 1999, it’s still a very nice place to stop and a look at the local potter’s wares and take in the amazing scenery from the St Antonio Statue.
Dili is the best place in Timor-Leste because Dili has many histories during Portugueseand and indonesia people was occupied by them. Dili is the secret place for Timor-Leste got their Independence.