Xanana Cultural Centre
This complex houses loads of memorabilia from Xanana Gusmão, and there is a library, free internet cafe, bookshop and exhibition....
Palacio de Govierno
The Palacio de Govierno dominates the centre of town.
This museum commemorates the 24-year struggle against the Indonesians. The story of Falintil’s resistance is brought to life with a...
A legendary second-floor dive where locals and expats alike cram the close quarters for hot music, bad karaoke and conflict over rugby.
You’ll find tasty and fresh Indonesian and Chinese fare at good prices. It is located next to the Plaza Hotel.
From children covered in seaweed to serious boatmen reading the weather conditions opposite the grand Palácio do Governo (Government Palace), Dili has a waterfront with a distinctive Timorese personality. It stretches for kilometres in a quasi-boomerang shape, with Farol lighthouse beaming at one end, and Lita Supermarket at the other. Further west is an esplanade dotted with gigantic ‘look at me’ embassies, which front vibrant evening fish & chicken stalls .