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All reviews great view worth the climb jesus statue worth the effort great walk early morning walk up climb the stairs take your time takes about minutes rio de janeiro timor leste beautiful beach bottle of water atauro island cross hill
The whole experience of visiting Cristo Rei was fun. We took the microlet number 12 from the centre of Dili, a 20 minute (25 centivos) ride to the base of the statue steps. The walk up takes about 10 minutes. We went just before sunset,...More
Join the locals at the weekend by climbing to the base of Christo Rei; you can choose a slow hike up the stairs, stopping at the Stations of the Cross for a breather or just keep climbing for the fantastic views over the coastline of...More
My friend who lives in Dili said that if you don't visit Cristo Rei, you have never been to Dili. So, we went. From street level, the stairs look formidable! Reminds me of a pilgrimage. But, we went.
We took a slow walk in the...More
Once you arrive in Dili and familiarize yourself with the layout of the city, you will head for the beach. Look to the right (East) and you can't miss it. The steps to the top are not the hardest to walk even in the heat...More
It's easy to find. Just follow the coast East. An interesting fact about it is that it was built by (or paid for) Indonesia during the occupation (1974-1999). The statue is 27 meters high, to symbolize that TL was the 27th Indonesian region. This did...More
We hiked to the statue from the Cristo Rei Beach. You can also climb up the stairs from Dolok Oan Beach. You can see the beautiful city, hills, beach, and ocean once you get up there. Really worth the sweat. Must visit!
This park is a great shame and a probable reflection of a now independent new 3rd world paradise slipping into demise. The park has great potential but is un-kept. A team of workers walk around and accomplish little. The pathway to the statue of Christo...More