East Timor, officially known as the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste is also known as Timor-Leste. It is an island country located in Southeast Asia. Dili is the capital and the largest city of East Timor. The other major cities and towns in East Timor are Alieu, Ainaro, Hato-Udo, Maubara, Bagula, Baucau, Bucolic, Laga, Macadai de Baixo, Quelical, Venilale, Atabae, Balibo, Bobonaro, Lolotoe, Maliana, Fatululik, Fohoren, Suai, Tilomar, Zumalai, Dare, Metinaro, Atsabe, Gleno, Fuiloro, Luro, Maubara, Lalela, Alas, Same, Citrana, Nitibe, Ossu, Berau, etc.
The official languages of the country in East Timor are Portuguese and Tetum. The other spoken languages in East Timor are English, Indonesian, Atauru, Baikeno, Bekais, Bunak, Fataluku, Galoli, Habun, Idalaka, Kawaimina, Kemak, Makalero, Makasae, Makuva, Mambai, Tokodede, etc. East Timor is well known for its unique way of celebrating its festivals like the Festival of Culture and Food of Timor-Leste, Independence Restoration Day, Festival for Peace, Ramelau Cultural Festival, National Youth Day, National Heroes’ Day, etc. Many foreigners or travelers also take part in the celebration and enjoy it.
The official name of the postal service in East Timor is Correios de Timor-Leste (CTL). The postal service in East Timor was introduced on 20 May 2002. At first, there was so much controversy over the places which were registered under the postal code office, but then slowly every region in East Timor got its postal codes. The pin code is segregated in such a way that each of the postal codes is.
East Timor has a total land area of 14,874 km2, which comes to around a total of 5,743 mi2. The territory of East Timor is divided into 14 municipalities which were subdivided into 64 administrative posts. It was further divided into 442 sucos (villages) and 2,336 aldeias (communities). The municipality's names are Aileu, Ainaro, Atauro, Baucau, Bobonaro, Cova Lima, Dilli, Ermera, Lautem, Liquica, Manatuto, Manufahi, Oecusse, and Viqueque.
East Timor has major sources of water including groundwater, lakes, rainwater, rivers, snow, soil moisture springs, streams, water, waterfall, wetlands, etc. East Timor has more than ten lakes and a few water bodies. Some water bodies have developed as tourist spots. Many water bodies are small in area and contain a minimum volume of water. Most of these water bodies are fresh water and very few are salt lakes.
East Timor contains more than 2,121 named mountains. The highest peak and the most prominent mountain is Tatamailau which is about 2,986 meters (9,797 feet). The other major mountains in East Timor are Foho Doramelau, Foho Hatofahi, Foho Laumeta, Foho Lebolia, Faho Saboria, Foho Hatosaga, Foho Berebei, Foho Berelaca, Foho Raimodoi, Monte Malebean Mane, Gunung Uaitara, Mount Tapo, Foho Leolaco, Foho Manucoco, Mount Curi, Lolo Taroman, Foho Gagaplaun, etc.
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Each administrative division maintains its postal code for mail delivery purposes.
Having the correct code is essential to your mail delivery.
The official name of the East Timor postal service is Correios de Timor-Leste (CTL).
The postal service in East Timor was introduced on 20 May 2002. The territory of East Timor is divided into 14 municipalities which were subdivided into 64 administrative posts. It was further divided into 442 sucos (villages) and 2,336 aldeias (communities).