Key Information & Facts of Trinidad and Tobago

General Points to Know and Traveler's Information for Visiting

Updated: 10 January 2016.

General Info

Port of Spain

is the capital city.

San Fernando

is the largest city.

5,131

km2 (1,981 mi2) is its area.

1,223,916

is the population (2014 estimate).

E. Carib. Time (ECT) (UTC-4)

is the time zone.

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD)

is the currency. Its sub-unit is the cent (1/100).

Trinidadian Creole & English

are the main languages spoken.

TT

is the country’s 2-digit ISO country code.

+1 -868

is the country’s calling (dialing) code.

Latin

is the alphabet/script used in both the English and Trinidadian Creole languages.

'Trinidadian'

is the main demonym for the people of this country; others include TriniTobagonian, and Trinbagonian. Don’t know what that is, or want to learn more?Read more about demonyms via this article »

For the Travelers

Right

is the side of the road they drive on.

18

is the drinking age.

16

is the age of consent.

18

is the smoking age.

Types A & B

is the country’s electricity adapter types, 115 V, 60 Hz, as defined by the IEC.Learn more about the different plug and socket types »

911 & 999

are the general emergency numbers.

Do I Need A Visa?

Find out the requirements over at VisaHQ » (aff. link)

Government & Identity

Anthony Carmona

is the president.

'Forged from the Love of Liberty'

is the country’s national anthem.

Keith Rowley

is the prime minister.

'Together We Aspire, Together We Achieve'

is the country’s national motto.

Constitutional Republic

is the country’s form/structure of government.

Parliament

is the country’s legislating body.
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