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  • PROA

    The Proa is the Local Marianas Islands Outrigger Boat Used for a number of activities like fishing, sailing and travelling. You can see some of these Proas mostly in the southern guam area but there are a number of them in Hagatna Bay and the Hagatna Boat Basin. The Proa Boat is the Pride of the Local Chamorro Sea Faring Culture and the Number One...

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  • Beers In Guam

    Local American and International Beers are Present in Guam and there is a wide selection to choose from due to the Multi-Ethnic Composition of Tourists in Guam. US Mainland Beers like Miller, Miller Lite, Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob and more. Among the Japanese Beers Here are Asahi, Asahi Dry, Kirin, Kirin Dry, Sapporo; Korean Beers like Cass...

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  • Convenience Stores

    There are many convenience stores in Guam and most are concentrated on the Tourist Areas of Tumon, Tamuning and Dededo but there are also convenience stores located all across the islands but unlike the convenience stores in the tourist Areas, They close earlier. K-mart can be considered as the Largest Convenience store in the Island since it is...

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  • Roaming Phone & Rates in Guam for...

    First, you must have a TRI-BAND or a QUAD BAND GSM Phone to be able to have roaming in guam and the rest of the world since North and South America uses the 850/1900 MHZ band and ASIA, Africa, Australia and Europe (except Japan and Korea, which uses the 2100 MHZ band) uses the 900/1800 MHZ Band.Even though Guam is a United States Unincorporated...

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  • Roaming Phone and Rates in Guam for...

    Guam is just a 3 hour 30 minute flight from manila and again, 30% of the population has Filipino heritage hence there is a large market for mobile phone roaming here. for filipinos coming from the philippines, Mobile phone companies like SMART, SUN and GLOBE have roaming partners here. Phone companies and carriers that operate from Guam are Choice...

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  • Lots of Free Brochures, Magazine and Map

    you don't have to buy a guam things to do, activities and driving maps since in this age of the internet, you can get all of this tips for free moreso of you get your tips HERE at VIRTUAL TOURISTS or at sister company TRIP ADVISOR, but if you don't have a free internet connection in your hotel or find that internet roaming rates to be expensive,...

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  • Kawaii Japanese Girls

    there are lots of Japanese Girls roaming the island of guam buying the most luxurious brands like prada, gucci, hermes', louis vuitton, ralph lauren, Dolce and Gabbana and more. Most japanese men go to South East Asia not to shops but do naughty things but most japanese ladies go here in guam or hawaii or to las vegas and los angeles to shop, hit...

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  • A Virtual Japanese Colony

    Guam may have been recaptured by the United States in World War II but since then, It has become a favorite area for Japanese Tourists to Shop, Play Golf, Water Activities, beaches, eat, dine and more. It has become a virtual colony since the number one tourist in Guam are the Japanese, Accounting for over 70% of the in bound tourism in Guam per...

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  • Politics In Guam

    if you think that a small US Unincorporated Territory of Guam has no active Political Scene, think again! both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party has political machinery here and they even send delegates to the Republican or Democratic Presidential Caucuses but Guamanians cannot vote for Federal Positions like the President or Vice...

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  • Filipino Cuisine

    Filipino Cuisine is also prevalent in Guam besides the Local Chamorro Cuisine since about 30% of the islands population is filipino or filipino-american heritage hence there are quite a number of restaurants and fast food stalls at the malls and even at the Chamorro Village that offer Filipino Foods. Even some chamorro foods are filipino inspired...

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  • Gassing Up in Guam

    People in the US Mainland complain about the high gas prices of between $ 3.80 to $ 4.60 a gallon of unleaded 89 octane gasoline (1 gallon of gas is 3.875 liters) but in guam, the gasoline prices are much higher than the US mainland since a gallon of unleaded gasoline costs here $ 5.27 which is more expensive than in the mainland! There are many...

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  • Chamorro Cuisine

    The Chamorro People are the natives of Guam and the rest of the Mariana Islands. You must try the local chamorro cuisie as much as possible when in guam. The Chamorro cuisine is a mixture of local, spanish, filipino and american influences and they have quite a number of dishes and I've tried some of them (I will do a separate tips for each dish...

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  • Walking in Guam At Night

    Night Time walking is generally safe in the tumon area since tha main road of Pale San Vitores Road is well lighted and the pedestrian areas are large but a caution on walking at night outside the main tourist areas, there are some petty crimes reported happening. Guam has no elevated walkways or foot bridges so that when you want to cross the...

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  • Walking in Guam at Day

    Guam has no elevated walkways or foot bridges so that when you want to cross the street, you must to to the nearest intersection and press the pedestrian acces button to make the stop light turn green and you be able to cross over the street (jay walking here carries a $ 300 fine!). Sometimes it is better just to walk toward your destination in the...

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  • Parking In Guam (small establisments)

    Even the establishments in the tumon area like the La Isla Plaza, Blue Lagoon Plaza and other areas provide free parking but they have a disclaimer posted that they are not responsible for any car theft or burglary. This free parking is one of the best deals in guam if you plan to rent a car instead of just depending on riding the expensive taxis...

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  • Parking In Guam (malls, hotels)

    most of the parking in Guam if you go to the Malls like Micronesia Mall, Guam Premium Outlets, Tumon Plaza, Agana Shopping Center, Acanta Mall and more are free. Even some hotels provide free parking provided that you are a stay in guest (if not, they would tow your rental car and bill you for the towing fee and it costs $ 200 for the towing fee)....

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  • Driving in Guam

    If you plan to get a rental car instead of just relying on the very expensive taxis in Guam or the assorted buses and trolleys plying the area, then here are some valuable driving tips. Guam has many rental car companies and you need a valid international drivers license if you are a tourist or just your local drivers license from your country of...

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  • Don't Forget Your Trolley Service Bus...

    There are designated Bus and Trolley Stops in the Main tourist Areas like in Hotels in Tumon and Tamuning, Latte Stone Park (nearby is the Plaza Espana and Cathedral and the Chocolate House), Two Lovers Point, Chamorro Village, Guam Premium Outlets, Micronesia Mall, K-Mart, Agana Shopping Center. BUT BE SURE TO WAIT AT THE BUS STOPS THAT ARE COLOR...

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  • Bottled Water

    Bottled Water is available everywhere in Guam as even the locals rarely drink tap water in the Island. You can buy them at convenience stores like the various ABC Stores located in the main tourist areas or at the Big K-Mart in Tamuning or at the mom and pop groceries that lines the islands. If you are checked in at the hotels, they give your up to...

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  • Shopping In Guam

    Guam is one big Shopper's Paradise as most of what you see in Hong Kong and Singapore particularly the Branded and luxury items are here and moreso since Guam has wonderful beaches for water sports, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving and more that both Hong Kong and Singapore Lacks (off course they have other attractions mostly the man made kind...

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  • ATM's in Guam

    like in any country anywhere, Guam has quite a number of Automated Teller Machines that accepts both local and international ATM cards. The Banks here are dominated by the Bank of Guam and Bank of Hawaii and Oceanic Banks and they have many ATMS around the Island and even at the hotel lobbies of most hotels.A Caveat: when withdrawing from ATM...

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  • Get A Personalized Tour!

    Discover Guam Tour is a local Tour Company That Specializes in small group and personalized tour packages. If you don't want to be part of a big tour group in a big tour bus with the usual rush time like the DOMINANT LAM LAM TOURS or the JTB Tours for Japanese Tourists, due to the large tour group, guam has some private tour companies that cater to...

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  • Riding A Trolley Bus and Shopping!

    Actually there is no problem in riding a trolley bus or big buses in guam since there is an adequate number of buses and trolleys and a variety of privately owned bus companies but it gets really packed during the day and it you have not shopped for may items and is not carrying many shopping bags then it is not a problem but if you're an avid...

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  • United States' backyard is a THIRD WORLD...

    Nothing. The fact that the island has been in decline in every possible way since the early 1980s thanks to a hand full of "backwards" thinking corrupt politicians - married with today's scumbag politicians who are elected by large families. Guam has sunk to an all time low. Gone are the days of the throngs of US-Soldier/Sailor supporting families....

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  • don't try the "betel nut"

    Chewing of "Betel nut" for the locals is akin to having a capuccino or heavy latte for us tourists.The nuts themselves (which are really of the areca plant that grow with the betel plant) are about the size of jaw breaker candy but are soft and chewy like old bubble gum. Other than the red stain to lips and tongue and teeth, there is no permanent...

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  • Great climate, nice beachs and ocean and...

    Good people, the locals are for the most part very hospitable, great fiestas. Wide range of oriental and seafood. Fun nightlife, The ocean-

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  • Inarajan Pools

    Inarajan Pool is a natural made pool. that has eroded due to the ocean. I remember when I was little how large I thought it was and how deep and blue the water was, but everytime I go back it seems to keep shrinking and shrinking. I miss all my family and friends who have visited us here and are now living elsewhere. I miss them and wish they...

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  • go skinnydipping in the middle...

    EVERYTHING!!!What don't I like?One of my favorite "fun" things is being sneaky and going skinnydipping in the middle of the night. There are plenty of 'secluded' beachy type places. the water is warm all year round all day and all night! It's perfect! The friends and memories I made, and still enjoy in my head! I love the ocean. Scuba diving,...

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  • Cameras & Designer Boutiques

    [Q] we've all seen Japanese tourists flock to designer boutiques in Europe and taking pictures all around the world . now here in the tropical paradise of Guam : WHY can't U just lay down on the beach ??? [A] in Japan U live within your boundaries & stature . thus, going abroad is one of the most fantastic get-aways one can imagine . don't take our...

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  • click on 'see all' above for an extensif...

    [Q] 'S' as in Shopping ??? hey, I thought this was an island in the middle of nowhere where we can lie on the beach and do NOTHING !!![A] correct . it was so for a while after WW-II . but now it's more of a Duty-Free Island in itself, with the Koreans & Japanese flying in herds for its proximity .[Q] O.K, but why do U always travel in herds ???[A]...

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  • Hafa adai !!! (Guam version of 'Ahoha...

    this is a site intended soley to aid your '2S' (Shopping Spree) in Guam . if U plan to be in Guam for just 2~4 days (which is the bulk of group tours originating from Japan & Korea) this site is ALL you're gonna need . (click on 'see all' above for an extensif FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions)

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  • Don't stay too long!

    Stopped in Guam on the way to Bali. Great place to visit for two, three days max. It's small and there isn't much to see. A nice stopover if you're not ready to rough it. Nice beaches, nice place to slow down and RELAX!

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  • Soak it up......

    Soak in all the beautiful scenery you can! The people are great and the food is good, but I think my fondest memory will be the scenery...being able to look out at the ocean, palm trees and feeling the ocean breeze almost every where I go, gives me the sense of freedom.

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  • People with Disabilities

    Guam's private businesses and government agencies, including the Guam Visitors Bureau, are aware of the special needs people with disabilities possess. In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed to ensure that, despite any disability, people are afforded the same opportunities as others.You will find that most private and public...

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  • Make sure who your friends are!!!!!

    My great friends. The ones I made were awesome. Also Tumon was a great hang out! The night before I left, they threw me a party at the bar I worked at. Dollar beer night, so much fun!

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  • THE BEACH!!! Clear Ocean...

    THE BEACH!!! Clear Ocean WATER, green coconut trees, white sandy BEACHES!!I would bring that person to what we call a FIESTA!! imagine.. FREE food, FREE BEER, FREE drinks, FREE entertainment, FREE FREE FREE... hey what can I say we are very hospitable!!... oh and you get to bring home LEFTOVERS for FREE!!! I MISS THE FIESTAS!!... ugggh!!! The...

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  • You must drive from Rt 4 to Rt...

    You must drive from Rt 4 to Rt 2 (which run right into each other) all along the southern end of the island. The views are spectacular when you are on top of the mountains. The people of Guam are among the nicest I've met anywhere in the world. They love babies and we have an eight month old that I can't take in public without the locals (and...

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  • Other than seeing what's...

    Other than seeing what's around the tourist part of the island, you really should take a tour of the whole island and see all the historical and cultural aspects that Guam has to offer. There are so many to list but one for sure is the legend of Puntan Dos Amantes or Two Lover's point. It's just north of the hotel strip and you could see it from...

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  • Visit the beaches and enjoy...

    Visit the beaches and enjoy snorkling or Scuba Diving. Gear can be rented from any of the local dive shops. My best memory was spending Christmas at the beach at Anderson AFB where we dug a pit in the sand and roasted a whole pig for Christmas dinner. I think it rained a couple of times during the day (it generaly rains somewhere on the island...

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  • Go snorkling by the coral...

    Go snorkling by the coral reefs. It's cheap and it's beautiful. When your done go grab a bite to eat at the local market. Get some chomorro BBQ. Well i can't tell you my fondest memory but, i will tell you another one.... Chillin on the beach with my girl and watching the sun come up. The most beautiful beaches are on the Navy base. Get in some...

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  • This is one of my many...

    This is one of my many favorites hikes in Guam. You definately have take some time to explore Cetti Baby and then cool off while snorkeling in the waters of the bay, you will love it!!

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  • Let's go PIC...Pacific...

    Let's go PIC...Pacific Islands Club... You can enjoy PIC all day long...Good swimmer-- go there to enjoy the sea and the wind.If not, like me -- enjoy the moment to tan yourself...The most important things... You can play any sport in PIC and talk to many friends from Asia or America.

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  • This one is taken on the way...

    This one is taken on the way we went back to the habor!!! So beautiful!!!!! We had so much fun on scuba diving there, oh, really funny!!

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  • Nice and great private ship,...

    Nice and great private ship, maybe you can go out on that, and have fun on that!!! oh, it's really a nice ship, I didn't get any discomfort on that, and we just enjoy the view so much!!! The weather of that day we went out is fair, it's really beautiful when you see out from the ship! So amazing!!

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