Timor Lodge Hotel

Comoro Road, Dili, Timor-Leste | Hotel
Prices starting from $51.00

Travel Blogs from Dili

Jesus Christ .... The statue

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... place this time at the Archive and Museum of East Timorese Resistance. This place sticks out like a sore thumb because it's a new building and looks very avant garde compared to its stark surroundings. It was built by the Portuguese and provides a museum containing the story of East Timorese independence and contains a lot of the artefacts like guns and radio's used by the East Timorese Guerilla's in their long fight against Indonesia. Apart ...

The only capital city where you can see the stars

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... pollution is non existent so the stars shine brightly with a very star filled sky. Utterly beautiful. Dili is dusty, hot and is different to Indonesia with a pronounced Portuguese feel not only in pockets of architecture and a 'Mediterranean feel' to the sea front, but also in the Portuguese spoken predominantly by the swathes of young people and students swarming around the city. It seems almost the cool thing to do to speak Portuguese, whilst the ...

(41) Not A Bad Spot for Lunch

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... water. We had managed to get ourselves quite burned and so retreated to the shade for the last hour before getting back on the bikes to head home. On the way home we stopped to take some pictures of the sunset and made it back to Dili just before the sun went down. In Dili we tried to find the post office, this was closed however, so will need to send Grandma's letter from Indonesia. We headed for the ATM and then the hostel. ...


A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... her hotel was, $35/20 per night and the place was booked full. We find it hard to believe these groups are so obtuse as to not see the economic impact they're having in addition to all their good work.
Another issue sure we found perplexing is the three different languages spoken. The laws and advanced education are in Portuguese, but this is spoken mainly by an educated minority. Most people speak Tatun, a regional language that the rest of ...

East Timor

A travel blog entry by georgg


... fought a guerrilla style war in the mountains against the Japanese, who occupied Dili during World War II. Afterwards, we walk up the road for short while were we have absolutely amazing views over all of Dili, which looks a lot more beautiful from up here then it did close up.

Later in the afternoon we drive out along the coast to the West of Dili. We stop at the ruins of a old colonial Prison. Then drive further west for another ...


This hotel, located on Comoro Road, Dili, is near Cristo Rei and Sundarbans.
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