Largest Cities in Tonga

Facts about Tonga

Official languages: Tongan, English
Capital: Nuku’alofa
Area: 748 km²
Population: 122,580 residents
Population density: 163.88 residents per km²
Currency: TOP
Internet TLD: .to
ISO codes: TO, TON, 776
The telephone code for Tonga is +676

The Kingdom of Tonga (Tongan: Pule’anga Fakatu’i ‘o Tonga, English: Kingdom of Tonga) is an island nation in the South Pacific. Tonga is the only state in Oceania that has never been colonized by Europeans and one of the last monarchies in the world. The king determines politics. The economy is based on agriculture, especially on the production of coconuts, cassava and passion fruit.

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Biggest Cities of Tonga by Population

# City Population Latitude Longitude
1 Nuku’alofa, Tonga 22,511 -21.1394 -175.202
2 Neiafu, Tonga 4,431 -18.6506 -173.984
3 Pangai, Tonga 1,849 -19.8147 -174.354
4 `Ohonua, Tonga 1,352 -21.3333 -174.95
5 Hihifo, Tonga 926 -15.9544 -173.796

Tonga: Nuku’alofa

The capital of Tonga is called Nukuʻalofa . By the way, translated this means “The home of love” – that’s a very nice name for a capital city. The city is also the country’s economic hub. The international airport Fuaʻamotu is located nearby – about 25 kilometers from the capital. There is also a university in the capital, or at least something like a university. There is also a cinema. However, there are not so many sights to discover here.

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