Trinidad and Tobago


Country NameRepublic of Trinidad and Tobago
Short NameTrinidad and Tobago
CapitalPort of Spain
Largest citySan Fernando
Official languagesEnglish
National LanguagesTrinidadian Creole and Tobagonian Creole
Religion55.3% Christian, 18.2% Hindu, 5.0% Muslim, 1.2% Bahá’í, 0.9% Orisha-Shango (Yoruba), 0.3% Rastafarian, 5.8% Other, 11.1% Not stated, 2.2% None
  • Trinidadian and Tobagonian
  • Trini (colloquial)
  • Trinbagonian (colloquial)
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary constitutional republic
PresidentPaula-Mae Weekes
Vice President Prime Minister – Keith Rowley
House SpeakerBridgid Annisette-George
Chief JusticeIvor Archie
Total Area5,131 km2 (1,981 sq mi)
Water (%)negligible
Total Land Area (%)5,131 km2 (1,981 sq mi)
Population1,363,985 (2019 estimate)
GDP (PPP)$45.149 billion (2019 estimate)
GDP (Nominal)$22.438 billion (2019 estimate)
CurrencyTrinidad and Tobago dollar (TTD)
Time zoneUTC-4 (AST)
Date Formatdd/mm/yyyy
Mains Electricity115 V – 60 Hz
Driving sideLeft
Calling code+1 (868)
ISO 3166 codeTT
Political Parties
  1. People’s National Movement
  2. United National Congress
  3. Progressive Democratic Patriots
Independence Day31 August 1962
Tallest BuildingCentral Bank Tower
Eric Williams Finance Building

International Waterfront Tower C

International Waterfront Tower D

Richest Persons·         Roodal Moonilal

·         Jack Warner

·         Imtiaz Ahamad

·         Anand Ramlogan











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