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Trinidad & Tobago Info

ADMINISTRATIVE/COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Port of Spain

GEOGRAPHY

Located in between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean Trinidad & Tobago owns a land area of 5,128 sq km and has a coastline closer to 362 km's.

DEMOGRAPHY

A population of close to 1.3 Million. Muslims account for about 5.8% of the population.

CLIMATE

Tropical climate conditions with an average minimum temperature close to 26°C and a maximum of 33°C. Frequent rainfall can be seen during June till December.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

English is the official language.

LOCAL TIME

GMT-4 hrs throughout the year

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8 AM to 4 PM
General: 8 AM to 4:30 PM

HOLIDAYS
New Year's Day : January 1st
Spiritual Baptist Liberation Day : March 30th
Indian Arrival Day : May 30th
Republic Day : September 24th
Christmas Day: December 25th
Boxing Day : December 26th

Based on the lunar calandar:
Id-ul-Fitr
Devali(to be announced)

CURRENCY

Trindad & Tobago Dollar

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Police/ Emergencies: 999
Medical/Fire: 990

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