TOP 10 Places to visit in Timor Leste
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10. Same, East Timor
Same is a city in the Same Subdistrict in the interior of East Timor, 81 kilometres south of Dili, the national capital. Same has a population of 7,413 and is the capital of Manufahi District, which was known as Same District in Portuguese Timor.
9. Jaco Island
Jaco Island, sometimes spelt Jako, is an uninhabited island in East Timor, a country occupying the eastern end of the island of Timor in the Lesser Sunda Islands of Wallacea. It lies within Nino Konis Santana National Park.
8. Mount Matebian
Matebian or Matebean is the third highest mountain in Timor Leste, after Ramelau.
7. Lake Ira Lalaro
Lake Ira Lalaro is a waterway in Mehara, Subdistrict Tutuala, Lautém District of East Timor. It is the largest freshwater lake on the island of Timor, and the largest lake in the country of East Timor.
Maubisse is a historic town in the hills 70 km south of Dili, in Ainaro District, East Timor. It is a popular tourist destination and a weekend visiting spot for people from the capital. The suco has 6,229 inhabitants.
Lautém is one of the districts of East Timor, on the eastern end of the island of Timor. It has a population of 64,135 and an area of 1,813 km². Its capital is Lospalos, which lies 248 km east of the national capital, Dili.
Suai is a city in East Timor, in Suai Subdistrict. It has a population of 9,866 and is located 138 kilometres to the southwest of Dili, the national capital. Suai is the capital of the Cova Lima District, which is in the southwest of the country.
Baucau is the second-largest city in East Timor, after Dili, the capital, which lies 122 km east of Dili. Baucau has about 16,000 inhabitants, and is the capital of Baucau, located in the eastern part of the country.
2. Atauro Island
Atauro Island is a small island situated 25 km north of Dili, East Timor, on the extinct Wetar segment of the volcanic Inner Banda Arc, between the Indonesian islands of Alor and Wetar.
1. Jesus Backside Beach, Dili
The beach is free and open for anyone. You don’t need to book a tour or pay for anything; you go there and enjoy its untamed beauty.The surrounding mountains highlighted by sneaking sun behind the eruption of clouds, the endless green-blue ocean water, the pieces of tree trunks and branches offering a contrasting beauty against the white sand- this has to be the most amazing place in the whole of Dili.
Most Visited Country Comparison (217 Nations/Territories tourism ranking)
In this video, we compare the tourist rankings of over 217 countries or their territories. Which is the most visited country in the world? Which is the most popular country in the world? Find out in this video!
Source: United Nation World Tourism Organization 2018 Report
Data is for 2017, unless otherwise indicated below:
* 2017 data not available, 2016 data used
** 2010 data used
' 2008 (Pacific Islands Trade and Investment Comission, Sydney)
'' 2007 (World Bank)
''' Estimate (NY Times, via AF DY Tourism Minister, 2013)
'''' 2000 (World Bank)
` 2008 (World Bank)
`` Estimate (NK News, 70,000 to 80,000 Chinese Tourists + 6,000 Westerners)
``` Kosovo Tourism Department
Visualization note: The size of the box containing the flag, image and details of the country corresponds to the relative size of visitors in area. i.e. A big rectangle would have 4X more visitors than a small rectangle of half the length (or 1/4 area)
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The following countries are excluded due to the lack of data: Equatorial Guinea, Liberia, Somalia, South Sudan
List of countries/territories in order of appearance:
Nauru, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Montserrat (UK), Turkmenistan, Niue (NZ), American Samoa (US), Afghanistan, Guinea-Bissau, Solomon Islands, Comoros, São Tomé and Príncipe, Micronesia FSM, Mauritania, Libya, Djibouti, Centr. African Rep., Sierra Leone, Guinea, Tonga, Anguilla (UK), Chad, Timor-Leste, St. Vincent and Gren., San Marino, Liechtenstein, Dominica, North Korea, Kosovo (NON UN), Vanuatu, St. Kitts and Nevis, New Caledonia (France), Palau, Eritrea, Burkina Faso, Rep. Moldova, Samoa, Grenada, Niger, Tajikistan, Cook Islands (NZ), Gambia, Papua New Guinea, Burundi, French Guiana (France), Mali, French Polynesia (France), Kuwait, Congo Rep., Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, Bhutan, Haiti, Madagascar, Brunei, Benin, Gabon, Bermuda (UK), Suriname, Bangladesh, British Virgin Islands (UK), Seychelles, Dem. Rep. Congo, Monaco, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Angola, Curaçao (Netherlands), St. Maarten (Netherlands), Lesotho, Turks and Caicos (UK), Cayman Islands (UK), Belize, Mongolia, Togo, Palestine, Réunion (France), Martinique (France), Cameroon, Venezuela, FYR Macedonia, Guadeloupe (France), Northern Mariana Islands (US), Barbados, United States Virgin Islands (US), Cabo Verde, Sudan, Fiji, Malawi, Ethiopia, Senegal, Pakistan, Eswatini, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ghana, Rwanda, Honduras, Nepal, Zambia, Bolivia, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Luxembourg, Aruba (Netherlands), Tanzania, Uganda, Mauritius, Kenya, Maldives, Namibia, Bahamas, Armenia, Serbia, Iraq, Paraguay, Guam (US), El Salvador, Ecuador, Mozambique, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Côte d'Ivoire, Panama, Lebanon, Montenegro, Nigeria, Latvia, Botswana, Belarus, Sri Lanka, Iceland, Qatar, Malta, Oman, Jamaica, Zimbabwe, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Romania, Kyrgyzstan, Costa Rica, Kazakhstan, Andorra, Finland, Estonia, Laos, Myanmar, Georgia, New Zealand, Slovenia, Israel, Cyprus, Uruguay, Puerto Rico (US), Jordan, Vatican City, Cuba, Colombia, Peru, Bahrain, Albania, Iran, Slovakia, Cambodia, Dominican Rep., Norway, Chile, Brazil, Philippines, Argentina, Sweden, Tunisia, Egypt, Belgium, Syria, Australia, Bulgaria, South Africa, Ireland, Taiwan (Non UN), Denmark, Switzerland, Morocco, Czech Republic, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Ukraine, India, Croatia, Hungary, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Macao (China), Netherlands, Poland, Canada, Portugal, Russian Federation, Malaysia, Greece, Hong Kong (China), Japan, Austria, Thailand, Germany, Turkey, United Kingdom, Mexico, Italy, China, USA, Spain, France.
This East Timor
What do you know about East Timor ( or Timor Leste as it is known over there)?
It is the newest country in the Southeast Asian bloc, gaining independence in 2002, and one of the least traveled country in Asia with only 60,000 travelers last year. To put that into perspective, Indonesia, its close neighbor had over 1.32 million arrivals last year.
Due to these facts, I decided to embark on a journey into this unknown land and traveled around the country for 10 days in July 2018. I got to see untouched nature unlike anything I have seen before, one of the smiliest people out there, and best of all, a country untouched by over-tourism. During my trip, I also saw poverty, unmaintained infrastructure, and a fire incident in the city. The trip was one hell of a rollercoaster ride that pushes me to the limit, to say the least. There is a long way to go for Timor Leste to become a prominent destination for travelers, but there is also an untapped potential that awaits those who seek real adventurers. If you are looking for a real adventure, you will surely find it here.
I hope you enjoy this video and I hope I was able to convey the beauty, and the life of the people in Timor Leste through this 3 minutes video.
If you are interested in my itinerary, check this out: or if you have any question, feel free to ask me in the comments below.
Location: Dili, Baucau, Atauro Island, and Maubisse
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