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Map of Aiga-i-le-Tai district in Samoa

Basic information about Aiga-i-le-Tai
Aiga-i-le-Tai is a district of Samoa which includes the small islands of Manono, Apolima and tiny uninhabited Nu'ulopa lying in the Apolima Strait between the country's two main islands of Upolu and Savai'i. The district includes part of the mainland at the western end of Upolu and surrounds an exclave of A'ana district, namely Satuimalufilufi village. Historically, Manono island has been the centre of the district. In modern times, the main centre is Mulifanua where the inter-island ferry terminal is located for ocean crossings between Savai'i and Upolu. With an area of only 27 km², Aiga-i-le-Tai is the smallest electoral district in the country with a population (2001 Census) of 4,508. Va'a-o-Fonoti is the only electoral district with a smaller population. The words 'aiga i le tai literally means 'family by the sea' in the Samoan language.
Cities, towns & villages in Aiga-i-le-Tai
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SaluaSalua is one of four small villages on Manono Island in Samoa. The village population is 201 (2006 Census). The other villages on Manono island are Apai, Faleu and Lepuia'i. All the settlements on Manono Island fall within the political district of Aiga-i-le-Tai. Manono island is one of three isles in the Apolima Strait separating the country's two main islands Upolu and Savai'i. The other islands in the strait are Apolima and the tiny uninhabited islet of Nu'ulopa it has an airforce base. Show Saluaon the map
Lepuia’iLepuia'i is one of four small villages on Manono Island in Samoa. The village population is 223 (2006 Census). The other villages on Manono island are Apai, Faleu and Salua. All the settlements on Manono Island fall within the political district of Aiga-i-le-Tai. Manono island is one of three isles in the Apolima Strait separating the country's two main islands Upolu and Savai'i. The other islands in the strait are Apolima and the tiny uninhabited islet of Nu'ulopa. Show Lepuia’ion the map
ApaiApai is one of four small villages on Manono Island in Samoa. The village population is 111 (2006 Census). The other villages on Manono island are Lepuia'i, Faleu and Salua. All the settlements on Manono Island fall within the political district of Aiga-i-le-Tai. Manono island is one of three isles in the Apolima Strait separating the country's two main islands Upolu and Savai'i. The other islands in the strait are Apolima and the tiny uninhabited islet of Nu'ulopa. Show Apaion the map
MulifanuaMulifanua is a village on the north-western tip of the island of Upolu, in Samoa. In the modern era, it is the capital of Aiga-i-le-Tai district. Mulifanua wharf is the main ferry terminal for inter-island vehicle and passenger travel across the Apolima Strait between Upolu and the island of Savai'i. Show Mulifanuaon the map
Manono-utaManono Uta is a village on the island of Upolu in Samoa. It is situated on the north west coast of the island in the political district of Aiga-i-le-Tai. The population is 1,358 (2006 Census). Show Manono-utaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Aiga-i-le-Tai
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Aiga-i-le-TaiAiga-i-le-Tai is a district of Samoa which includes the small islands of Manono, Apolima and tiny uninhabited Nu'ulopa lying in the Apolima Strait between the country's two main islands of Upolu and Savai'i. The district includes part of the mainland at the western end of Upolu and surrounds an exclave of A'ana district, namely Satuimalufilufi village. Historically, Manono island has been the centre of the district. In modern times, the main centre is Mulifanua where the inter-island ferry terminal is located for ocean crossings between Savai'i and Upolu.Show on map