Dili, the capital of Timor-Leste has some sites well worth a visit. The remains of the colonial buildings give visitors an idea about how the city was during the Portugese rule. The Arte Moris has a collection of all the good things of Dili. The XananaGusmao Reading Room is a museum, cultural center and also a library. The waterfront of Dili is quite lively and the best place to have fun in the city. Visitors can also see fabulous sunrise from the Ramalau Mountain, which is the highest point in Timor-Leste.
Travel a little further from Dili to reach Cape Fatucama which is a wonderful destination to enjoy scuba diving. There are several points across the country where visitors can have fun. Just a few minutes from Dili is the Pertamina Pier, one of the best diving points. The Atauro Island is also a wonderful destination to enjoy the warm waters. Moving towards Liquica is the Bubble beach another diving point. Muslim travelers may want to inquire from locals which of these beaches are more family-friendly or more secluded.
Baucau is the second largest city in Timor-Leste. The colonial center of the town is good to take a walk around. Almost every town in Timor-Leste has a main market area. In Dili, visitors will find some vibrant shops along the waterfront.
Muslims form a minority in the country of Timor-Leste. There are a few masaajid in the capital of Dili and the city of Bacau. Finding Halal restaurants can be difficult in the country, however, visitors can enquire about obtaining Halal food or finding Halal restaurants at the masaajid or from locals.
Buses connect almost every part of the country and run regularly between major cities. The city of Dili and its surrounding areas are conveniently connected by taxis. Dili is also well-connected by boat to the surrounding islands of Oekusi Enclave, AtauroIsland and Jaku.