East Timor uma adat

East Timor tais

East Timor coffee

East Timor tebe dai


Suai is a city in East Timor. It has a population of 23,000 and is located 138 km to the southwest of Dili, the national capital. Suai is the capital of the Cova Lima district, which is in the southwest of the country. It is located just a few kilometers from the Timor Sea, on the south side of the island.

Suai was the location of the Suai Church Massacre in September 1999. It was one of a number of massacres perpetrated by a pro-Indonesia militia in the time of the Indonesian withdrawal of East Timor.

Following the events of 1999, Suai entered into a friendship program with Port Phillip, a bayside district of Melbourne in Australia. Together they are working towards assisting the community of Suai recover.

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suai


  • Farmers grow corn
  • Local Cow
  • Fishing boats
  • Kalbosu - the Japanese built this prison during second worlr war
  • Kalbosu
  • Kids playing outside in Kamanasa
  • Local brick house
  • Oil Field in Suai Loro
  • Oil Field in Suai Loro
  • Suai Loro
  • Suai Loro
  • Suai Loro
  • Suai Loro
  • Tatulu - Traditional House
  • River Tafara
  • Tebe Dai - Traditional dancing
  • Timorese Elders
  • Uma Atgol (traditional house)  Suai Loro
  • Uma Basalu (traditional house)  Kamanasa
  • Welaleti Sand Stone
  • Welaleti Sand Stone
  • Well - about 12 meters deep