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All reviews great view worth the climb worth the effort jesus statue early morning take your time nice walk takes about minutes climb the stairs rio de janeiro both sides beautiful beach timor leste bottle of water wet season atauro island cross
The Christ the King statue, visible from anywhere in the bay around Dili, symbolizes a Christian enclave in the Indonesian archipelago that is 100% Muslim (the largest Muslim population in the world/12.7% of all Muslims). East Timor gained independence and became a separate country in...More
This statue is a moment to Suharto's attempt to bribe Timor into remaining a part of Indonesia. It didn't work. The statue itself isn't hugely interesting, but it's a nice walk up. If it's wet, be very careful on the stairs. They can be incredibly...More
You can’t miss the importance of religion ( Catholicism) to the people of East Timor and this stage highlights this. Religious or not, its a long walk up, but the views are well worth the effort.
I went in the morning, travelling by a blue...More
We travelled to the area by public transport. The route to the statue is clearly shown. There are steps for the entire path which in the heat can be slow, but easy enough with plenty of water. Once at the top the statue is magnificent...More
THE statue is a great site to see. If don't mind walking a few step to get to the top. once there the site surrounding the area if breath taking. I would recommend walking down the other steps once done with the statue and take...More
Really enjoy my visit. The climb is decent all stairs (stairs are worn and can be slippery). I would reccomend going in the late afternoon early morning due to heat.
The views are amazing!
There is quite a lot of religious stories on the way...More