Which country is Tls? Interesting information about the most mysterious country in Southeast Asia

Which country is Tls? Please read the article below to get answers and learn more interesting information about this country.

Which country is Tls? We invite you to read the article below to get answers and learn more interesting information about this most mysterious country in Southeast Asia.

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Which country is Tls?

Tls is the abbreviation for East Timor, also known as Timor-Leste, the full name is the Democratic Republic of East Timor.

East Timor is an independent country and the youngest country in Southeast Asia, only gaining full independence in 2002.

East Timor has an area of ​​more than 15,000 square kilometers, including Atauro and Jaco, the northeastern part and the western part of the island of Timor.

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Basic information about the country East Timor

  1. Type of government: Democratized parliament.
  2. Capital: Dili
  3. ISO: tl, tls
  4. National domain name: tl
  5. Time zone: +9:00
  6. Phone code: +670
  7. Area: 15 km².
  8. Terrain: Mountainous.
  9. Tropical; Hot, semi-arid. There are 2 seasons: rainy season and dry season.
  10. Population: 1,318,442 people (as of July 2020 according to DanSo.org)
  11. Religion: 96% of the population follows Catholicism.
  12. Languages: Portuguese, Tetum (official), English, Bahasa Indonesia (working language).
  13. Currency: US Dollar (USD)

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Some interesting things about the country East Timor

Before achieving full independence, East Timor was part of the Portuguese empire for 500 years and about 24 years under Indonesian control.

The beaches in East Timor are quite deserted as there are very few tourists. Coming to East Timor, you can scuba dive around untouched coral reefs.

East Timor is one of the places with the best coffee in the world, with a taste unlike any other Asian coffee. 46% of East Timorese people's income depends on coffee.

Timor Leste is one of the poorest countries in the world, but people here are provided with free general education and healthcare. In addition, people in this country aged 60 and over receive a subsidy of 60 USD/month, while unemployment benefits are 90 USD/month.

Although poor, the cost of living in Timor Leste is very expensive, about 3 times higher than in Hanoi.

Timor Leste's passport is one of the most "valuable" passports in Southeast Asia, allowing you to travel to all countries in the Shenghen bloc within 3 months without needing a visa.

Timor Leste students must be able to use four basic languages ​​at the same time when they finish high school: the native language Tetu, Portuguese, English and Bahasa Indonesia. English and Portuguese are the two official languages ​​in state documents.

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