Wallis and Futuna Info

Wallis and Futuna is an archipelago of two main islands and one much smaller island, located between Fiji and Samoa. The islands are divided between two countries, Wallis and Futuna to the west, and the main island of Tonga to the east. It is composed of three main islands, Wallis (Uvea), Futuna, and Alofi, as well as several islets around these three. All the islands together are divided into two main administrative divisions that are Wallis, which is divided into three districts, Alo, Sigave, and Uvea, and Futuna, which is divided into three districts.

🌍 Continent Oceania
🏰 Capital Mata-Utu
πŸ’΅ Currency XPF
😊 Population 15,851 People
πŸ˜™ Median Age 34
πŸ‘¨ Median Age (Male) 33
πŸ‘© Median Age (Female) 35
πŸ“ Area 142 kmΒ²
πŸ“ž Calling Code +681
🌐 Internet Domain .wf
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✈️ Number of Airports 2
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Power Plugs Malaysia Type A

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MY is also identified by ISO 3166-1 (two-letter) and ISO 3166-1 three-letter codes which are MY and MYS. Added to the 60 country code; these are the outstanding Malaysia country codes. ISO-numeric (458), E.164 recommandation (60) and .tld (.my) are moreover recognized codes for Malaysia.

  • National Colors: Red, White
  • National Symbols: Red Saltire (Saint Andrew'S Cross) On A White Square On A Red Field

Wallis and Futuna - Telephone Guide

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International phone number Wallis and Futuna: +60

The international dialing code for Malaysia is +60. You must enter this number if you are calling from another country.

Each country/region has its own local telephone prefix. This phone prefix is added after IDD and international phone numbers. If it is a local call (only calls between regions and not between countries), there is no need to add IDD and international phone numbers.

If you are calling from the other country to Malaysia local number, dial IDD of your country, then international phone number (country code) +60, after that phone area code of +60 - 4 and call number.

Example: International call

If you are calling inside country Malaysia , you don't need to dial IDD and international phone number (country code) of Georgetown . Just dial phone area code of 4 and call number.

Example: Local call
0 4 (Telephone number)

Wallis and Futuna Speaking Language

Malaysian can speak a numberous language like English, Malayu, Tamil and Chinese.

Most Malaysian can speak English.

Wallis and Futuna Time Information

Local time at Kuala Lumpur :

06:11 AM
Monday, June 14, 2021

  • Time Zones : Asia/Kuala_Lumpur

Wallis and Futuna Power Plugs & Sockets

In Malaysia are used power plugs and sockets of type A,C,G,M 240 V and 50 Hz .

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Get a International Power Adapter

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Guide to Traveling in Wallis and Futuna

If you are planning a business trip or vacation to Malaysia, you need to know the following information:

  • Type of electrical sockets in Malaysia is A,C,G,M 240 V and 50 Hz. You can see photos of electrical sockets above this article.
  • You can get a International Power Adapter Here.
  • Malaysia uses the phone code +60. You can get a International Sim Card here.
  • If you plan to travel, you can book accommodation in Malaysia here.

Many hotels are ready for tourists and have electrical outlets of various types. You can use the area code +60 for Malaysia, call the hotel and find out which electrical outlets they have.

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Note: This entry contains the total length of all land borders and the individual length of each adjacent border country. If available, use the official length published by the national statistical agency. As the survey methods may be different, the length of the national border reported by neighboring countries may be different.