The Most Favorite Tourist Attractions In East Timor See This
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is the highest mountain reaching height (2,960 m) located in the district of Ainaro in Timor Leste. Every month Timorese Catholics make a pilgrimage to Ramelau because at the top of the mountain there is a statue of the Virgin Mary that looks so beautiful. Above the peak of Ramelau, the minimum temperature is 18.1 degrees and the maximum is up to 22.8 degrees.
Statue of Pope John Paul II
Dili is the capital of Timor-Leste which has several interesting places to visit. One of them is the statue of Pope John Paul II on the hill Tasi Tolu, Tasi Tolu with 3 lakes near historic sites that were visited by Pope John Paul II in 1989. Then this place was resettled to commemorate Pope John Paul II who had died on April 2, 2005. This place is a place where Catholics often visit and at the same time a place for foreign tourists to enjoy the beauty of Tasi – tolu.
Jaco Island is the smallest island located at the eastern end of the island of Timor (Timor Leste), Jaco Island is included in the Lospalos district administration area. This island is quite small, only 11.25 km2. The island is also a center for foreign tourists and domestic tourists.
Atauro Island is an island located 25 km north of Dili, East Timor. Administratively, this island is one of the districts in Dili District, East Timor. The island has a length of about 25 km and a width of 9 km, and has an area of around 105 km², and has a population of 8,000. Atauro Island is also a center for foreign and domestic tourists. The seawater is very clean and the natural wealth is so beautiful that the place looks very attractive.