Guam is a real haven for foodies, and although the population may be small, diners will find a wide range of restaurants serving up culinary treats from all over the globe.
Situated between the Philippines and Hawaii in the western South Pacific Ocean, Guam is the largest of the Mariana Islands archipelago. Officially part of the US, it is an ideal destination for visitors who want to spend time on a tropic island destination while being surrounded by familiar touches.
While the sun kissed, island of Guam is the perfect place to simply lie back on the beach and do as little as possible. Visitors with energy to spare will find that there are also a large number of historical landmarks and natural beauty spots to explore.
Guam has been granted duty-free shopping status, which means that there is no tariff added to a wide range of quality name brand international products. This makes Guam a real mecca for those who love to shop and there are plenty of bargains to be found here.
Guam is an easy and exciting place for visitors to explore as English is widely spoken throughout the island and there are a large number of services and facilities geared toward making the trip fun for tourists. Getting around is simple as there is plenty of public transport available and the locals here are used to receiving tourists from all over the world.
The picturesque island of Guam attracts tourists from all over the world as it offers a diverse range of activities for visitors to take part in. In addition to excellent dining, drinking and shopping venues, there are also plenty of leisure activities.
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