East Timor, also known as Timor-Leste (full name, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste), is a mountainous country covering an area of approximately 14,600 sq km. Timor-Leste borders Indonesia, has 706 km of coastline and is divided into 13 administrative districts: Aileu, Ainaro, Baucau, Bobonaro, Cova-Lima, Dili, Ermera, Lautem, Liquica, Manatuto, Manufahi, Oecussi and Viqueque. Dili is the capital, with a time difference of 9 hours ahead of GMT. The currency is the US dollar, and exports include coffee and marble. The population of approximately 1,132,000 people comprises an ethnic makeup that includes Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian), Papuan and a small Chinese community. The primary languages are Tetum, Portuguese, Indonesian and English, and the predominant religion is Christianity.