Dili, Timor-Leste

Dili is the largest city and the administrative, cultural, and economic center of Timor-Leste. It is located on the northern coast of the island of Timor and has a population of approximately 200,000 people.

Dili has a tropical climate and is known for its colonial architecture, including the Bay of Dili, Cristo Rei statue, and the government buildings. The city also has a rich cultural heritage, with traditional dances and festivals being an important part of the local culture.

Tourism is an important industry in Dili, with attractions such as the Museum of East Timorese Resistance, the Cristo Rei statue, and the city's vibrant markets. The city is also home to several universities and colleges, and it serves as an important center of business and commerce in the country.

Whale & Dolphins watching is the one of the key highlights of a trip to Dili. North of Dili is the Atauro Island touted to have the most biodiversity of aquatic lives.

The flight from Singapore to Dili is 3.5 hours every Sunday from 1st Jan 2023.

Visa Requirements to Timor Leste

Visa is exempted for travellers with Indonesian and EU Schengen-area passports holders.
All other nationalities can apply for visa on arrival. Visa Fee is $30 USD cash payment only.

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