Hagatna Things to Do
The Latte Stone is the historical Building Foundations of the Ancient Chamorro Houses all around the Mariana Islands of Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Rota. It is made of f limestone, basalt, or sandstone. Typical pillars range in height from 60 centimeters to three meters, and generally narrow towards the top, like a goblet. Latte Stones are pillars on...more
The Plaza De Espana is located at the center of Hagatna and was originally the Governor General Residence in Guam but the structures were destroyed by World War II. The Plaza De espana is just Beside the Main Roman Catholic Cathedral of Guam, Among the three surviving structures at the Plaza De Espana are the three-arch gate to Almacen (Arsena),...more
If you happen to be going to the Chamorro Village in Hagatna while walking from the Agana Shopping Center and crossing over to Marine Corps Drive, you will pass by the Chief Quepuha Statue and park which are just a stone's throw away from the Chamorro Village. The Mini Park is located near the Hagatna Boat Basin. Chief Quipuha was the Chief of...more
The I-Sengsong Chamorro Village is a showpiece of the chamorro cultural heritage here in Hagatna Boat Basin Area near the Sea. The area started in the 1980's and was planned to be a Showcase of Chamorro Culture and Activity and also to be a tourist attraction. The area is a beehive of activity during wednesdays because of the Chamorro Night Market...more
The Mini Statue of Liberty her in the Paseo de Susana Park near the Hagatna Boat Basin is not made the original maker of the Statue of Liberty frederic bartholdi ok hehehe). It was donated by the Boy Scouts of America guam chapter for their 40th Anniversary in 1950 and the Mini Liberty Statue provides a nice photo activity for tourist here at the...more
The Dulce Nombre De Maria Cathedral basilica is the Main Church of the Roman Catholic Church in Guam. It was built under the guidance of the Blessed Diego De San Vitores. Today, the Cathedral-Basilica serves as local landmark and is home to a community of parishioners who regularly attend Sunday Masses, sacred liturgies and annual events. It is...more
'TAHITI TAMA': 'TAHITI TAMA'
LIVE BAND COOL PEOPLE, RIGHT OFF THE SHORES OF THE PACIFIC
COOL LOCAL AND TOURIST SPECIAL PRICES, THE FOOD IS STRICKLY
ISLAND STYL THE THE CROWD GETS WICKED AND WILD
Favorite Dish: THE PACIFIC SMACK DOWN TIKI PLATTER
DOWN TOWN TUMON HOTEL STREET,...
DOWN TOWN TUMON HOTEL STREET, SAND CASTLE, THE ONYX
BECAUSE IF YOU LIKE TO PARTY AND BE WHERE THERE ARE NO RULE
OF RACE OR ORIGIN AND NO HOW TO ADAPT TO THE LOCAL STYL YOU
WILL HAVE THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE BETTER THAN THE ULTIMATE VACATION DREAM. KEEP IN MIND US ISLANDERS LIKE TO
PARTY BUT STILL KEEP OUR SANITY,AND RELIGIOUS BELEIFS
Dress Code: SANDALS, NICE T-SHIRT OR ISLAND PRIN SHIRT AND SHORTS
IF YOU ARE IN THE WEST COAST OF THE U.S.A FLY FROM SEATTLE TO HAWAII THEN TO GUAM OR FROM LAX TO HAWAII THEN TOGUAM, IF YOU ARE IN THE EAST COAST GO TO HOUSTON TEXAS THEN TO HAWAII THEN TO GUAM. IF YOUR IN ASIA CHINA AND KOREA HAVE DIRECT FLIGHTS TO GUAM, JAPAN IS ONE OF THE MAIN JUMP TO GUAM FROM THE ORIENTIF YOUR IN EUROPE GO TO CHINA OR KOREA,...more
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Why visit the Agana Shopping Center? well if you want to experience of how the locals do shopping and what are the local shops and stalls look like, this Agana Shopping Mall is it. They have many stores inside but not the high end stuffs that you find at Tumon and Tamuning like Louis Vuitton or Gucci or Prada or DKNY. They also have 5 separate...more
Chamorro Village has gift shops opened by local artists and craftsmen. Every Wednesday evening, there will be a party with live music and cultural dance not only the night market takes place. that makes it the busiest night in the week. wood crafts and other local artistic items. not much unless you are going to buy lots of plants, wood crafts...more
If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.
Hagatna Local Customs
I DONT THINK TOURISTS...
I DONT THINK TOURISTS WILL HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH TIPPING COZ IF YOU LIKE GOOD SERVICE YOU'LL PAY EXTRA, GREET
PEOPLE THE SAME WAY HERE IN THE STATES, AS FAR AS MISTAKES YOUR A TRAVELER KEEP YOUR DISCIPLINE AND BE WORLDLY AND IF
YOU CANT BE MULTICULTURAL OR NOT TALK *** ABOUT THE PLACE
YOUR VISTING 'DONT COME TO GUAM'
Hagatna Warnings and Dangers
FOR ONE AGANA GUAM IS A U.S....
FOR ONE AGANA GUAM IS A U.S. ISLAND NO VISA REQUIRED IF YOUR A U.S CITIZEN, EVEY BORN CHILD, ADULT AND RESIDENTS ARE
IF YOUR SENSITIVE TO TROPICAL WEATHER DONT COME, HERE COZ IT GETS VERY HUMID WITH THE COOL BREEZE COOLING YOU OFF
IF YOU LIKE TO TAKE A CHANCE WHY NOT JUST DONT BLAME US
AND IF LIKE EATING OR TRYING LOCAL DELACACIES THIS IS THE
TRANSPORTATION IS NOT A PROBLEM IF THE LOCAL TRANSIT IS NOT AVAILABLE RIGHT THEN ASK THE LOCALS TO GIVE YOU A LIFT IN THERE SO COOL LOCAL CUSTOMIZED VEHICLES(LOW RIDERS,HARLEYS,MINITRUCKS,BIGFOOT TRUCKS ETC...)
YOU HAVE NO WORRIES AS FAR AS THE OFFICIALS OF THE ISLANDS COZ ITS ALL CIVIL AND MODERN ITS NOT A REPUBLIC OUT HERE, THE ONLY CORRUPTION TOURISTS HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT IS
DONT *** WITH THE LOCALS GIRLFRIEND OR BOYFRIEND COZ IF YOU DO ITS TWO THINGS DEFEND YOUR SELF OR RUN
Hagatna Tourist Traps
WELL THE ONLY TRAP TOURISTS...
WELL THE ONLY TRAP TOURISTS WILL FEEL TRAP IS WHEN HE/SHE
STICKS OUT LIKE A SORE THUMB AND DOWN GRADES THE ISLANDS/ERS
OR DISCRIMINATES THE ISLAND ATMOSPHERE, ESPECIALLY IF YOU DONT KNOW HOW TO PARTY AND GET WITH THE LOCAL FLOW. I FEEL THIS WAY CAUSE FROM EXPERIENCE 'DONT COME TO THE ISLANDS WITH YOUR HONKY OR FORIEGN WAYS' COZ FRANKLY WE DONT CARE WHERE YOUR FROM JUST COME DOWN AND HAVE FUN WE DONT JUDGE YOUR RACE,CREED,ORIGIN. WHY COZ WERE MULTICULTURAL
I WOULD TAKE THEM TO 'TWO...
Favorite thing: I WOULD TAKE THEM TO 'TWO LOVERS POINT' AND THEN TO COCO'S
ISLAND. AND TO ALL THE ISLAND FESTIVITIES!!!!
Fondest memory: WELL I'LL ALWAYS MISS MY HOME IM ORGINALLY FROM GUAM AND I
GREW UP THERE TIL I WAS IN THE SIXTH GRADE THEN WE MOVED TO HAWAII WHERE I FINISHED SCHOOL. GUAM IS WHERE AMERICAS DAY