Timor-Leste is located 550 km north of Australia, the smallest and more eastern island of the Malay Archipelago. It is the only Portuguese speaking country in Asia.
The country has a population of about 1,183,643 inhabitants (Census 2015) distributed an area of approximately 14,919km2. Timor-Leste is divided into 12 administrative Municipalities and one Special Administrative Region of Oé-cusse Ambeno (RAEOA), situated on the Western (Indonesia) part of the island.
Dili, the capital, located in the north center region of Timor-Leste, is the economic center of the country. The other major cities are, Baucau, in the north, Suai, in the south and Manatuto, in the north. Each Municipality has its own unique character. You can find more about each Municipality by clicking on the below map.
Lautem is situated on the eastern end of Timor Island; it also includes Jaco island. It is approximately 215 km by road of the capital, Dili.
his district is located around 129 km East of Dili. It is the second biggest city of the country
Located on the south eastern of the island. It borders the district of Lautem to the east, Baucau to the north.
Located in the central part of the country, it reaches both the south and north coasts of the island.
Located on the south coast of the island, it borders the district of Manatuto to the east, Aileu to the north,
Spread over an area of 746 km2, Ermera is located in the central part of the country and it has a population of 117,064 inhabitants
Located in the southwest of the country, bordering on Covalima, Bobonaro and Ermera districts to the west,
Aileu district is located in the highlands to the south of Dili, the national capital. It has a population of 44,325 (census 2010) and an area of 729 km2,
Dili, the national capital, lies on the north coast of the island. It borders the districts of Manatuto to the east, Aileu to the south, Liquiça to the west and the Savu Sea to the north.
Liquiça district located on the northern coast of the country, situated 35 km west of Dili. It borders the districts of Bobonaro and Ermera to the south, Dili to the east and the Savu Sea to the northwest.
Bobonaro is located on the western part of the country, and borders Indonesia to the west, Liquiçá district to the north,
It is located on the western part of the country and borders Indonesia to the west. It has a population of 59,455 inhabitants (Census 2010) and an area of 1.226 km2.
Located on the north coast of the western part of Timor Island. It is separated from the rest of Timor-Leste by the Indonesian territory which surrounds the small enclave in all directions,