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    Acanta Mall: Hip and Trendy Style of Mall

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 16, 2012

    This Acanta Mall is my Shopping Tips

    This mall is a 5 minute walk from my hotel in Fiesta Resort.

    The Acanta Mall is one of the Malls located at the Middle Row of Pale San Vitores Road just across the Blue Lagoon Plaza and La Isla Plaza. This Two Story Mall features contemporary styling with towering arches, and lots of glass and metal but unfortunately, some of the business establishments in the mall is now closed like my favorite HOOTERS. There are some Dining and Bar Options in the Mall like the Gorrillaz Bar, Port Mocha Coffee House.

    The list of shops includes Guess, Loco Boutique, Folli Folli, Natural, Surf Turf surf shop, Crazy Shirts, Time & Style, Mangos & Lace, Crabtree & Evelyn, Footlocker and Tic Tac. They also have assorted Bars and Restaurants like Hooters (closed).

    Opens: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday, bars closed at 12:00 am

    What to buy: you can buy assorted shirts at Crazy Shirts or some rubber shoes at foot locker and women's fragrances at Crabtree and Evelyn or have a cup of Java at the Mocha Coffe House. Not much Buying options since many of the stores in the Acanta Mall is Closed.

    What to pay: Not a Dent on Your Wallet

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    Pleasure Island: Main LUXE Shopping Area of Guam

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 16, 2012

    The Assorted Shops along this Small area of the Northern part of the Pale San Vitores Road houses one of the most luxe shopping areas in the world! There are Luxe Brands Galore in this Small Area and among the luxe brands are: Rolex, Louis Vuitton, Hermes', Prada, Audemars Piquet, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Coach, Breitling, Cole Haan, Ralph Lauren and more! If you are into Luxe Shopping, then it is the place to be!

    The Pleasure Island Strip is the 1/4 mile (400 meter) part of the Northern Area of Pale San Vitores Road and starts from Sand Castle Hotel up to the DFS Galleria and the JP Superstore (I will have separate tips on these establishments ok) and Included in the Pleasure Island part of Northern Tumon are the Plaza Shopping Center, JP Superstore, DFS Galleria, Sandcastle Dinner Theater, Underwater World , Gameworks, Outrigger Guam Resort , Hard Rock Cafe, Planet Hollywood, Godiva Chocolate Shop, Rolex, Louis Vuitton, Hermes', Prada, Audemars Piquet and innumerable other glitzy establishments. This is the center of activity of shopping, dining and partying in Guam and is called the Paris of the Pacific.

    What to buy: ANY LUXE ITEMS YOU DESIRE!!!!!

    an Audemars Piquet Watch cost $ 15,000 for just the leather strap-on variety, Rolex Yachtmaster II, two tone watch at $ 26,000. Louis Vuitton Hand Bags at $ 1,200 and up. Hermes' Belts at $ 1200 or Bags at $ 10,000 and Up. Ralph Lauren Polo Shirts at $ 125, Women's Fragrances at $ 90 and up.

    Most Luxe Shops Here Opens: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to pay: you can only buy here if you either have a PLATINUM or TITANIUM Credit Card!!!!! or huge wads of CASH or if your bank Accepts Wire Transfers to the Shop. If you have just Silver or Gold Credit Card, FORGET IT!!!!!

    Hermes' Louis Vuitton More Luxe Brands DFS Galleria Gucci and Coach
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    ABC Stores: Main Convenience Store in Hotel Row

    by machomikemd Written Apr 16, 2012

    This is My ABC Stores Shopping Tips.

    ABC Stores are a Hawaiian Original Convenience store and their only Branch in the Mainland is at Las Vegas in Nevada. I have visited Oahu Several Times but I admit, I have never been at their Stores in Oahu yet. The ABC Stores here in Guam are a favorite among the tourists since it has all of the common stuffs that you want to buy for your trip at fair prices unlike the convenience stores in hotels which are more expensive.

    Most of the ABC Stores are at Pale San Vitores Road area and at the Guam premium Outlets and Micronesia Mall and are open from 6:00 am to 12:00 am everyday and they have a promotion wherein if you buy more than $ 20 worth of items in a day, they gift you trinkets as a gift.

    What to buy: you can buy a lot of items here besides the usual convenience items like underwear, T-Shirts, Souvenir Items, Cigarettes, Lighter, Liqor,n Wines and Spirits, Tobacco, Frozen Foods, Cheap Grub like Hamburgers, Sandwiches, Sushi, Kimchi, Siopao (Steamed Buns), Juices plus Beach wear, slippers, flip flops, shades, fans, bandana, hats, caps and more.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet.
    Cigarettes at $ 7.50, lighters at $ 1.25, Six Packs of Beer at $ 8, Regrigerator Magnets at $ 4, shot glasses at $ 3, Assorted Fruit Juices and Iced Teas and Coffee at $ 2 to 5, Bottled Water at $ 1 to 4 and more.

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    ROSS: Dress for Less: Off Season Branded Items, Export Overruns

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 16, 2012

    Ross is the third largest off price store in the Mainland United States behind Marshalls and TJ Maxx and has a monopoly here in Guam since there are no Marshalls and TJ Maxx stores here in Guam.

    this is easily the most popular and packed area of the Huge Guam Premium Outlets Area and while shopping for the assorted off branded items and export overruns and slightly damaged items, be sure to check the items you bought if there are signs of damage, that is why the price here is way cheaper than buying it at the respective company stores of the assorted items since some it the items are slightly damaged and/or off season by a couple of years. That is why prices are the discount stores like Ross are cheaper since they buy these items by the bulk at a huge discount.

    According to Wikipedia:

    Ross Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROST), is a chain of American off-price department stores headquartered in Pleasanton, California,[3] operating under the name Ross Dress for Less. It is the third largest off-price retailer in the United States, behind T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, both of which are owned by TJX Companies.

    As of February 2012, the company operated 1,037 Ross stores in 29 U.S. states and Guam,[4] covering much of the country but with no presence in New England, New York, northern New Jersey, Alaska, and areas of the Midwest.[5]

    What to buy: A LOT of OFF Season and Export Overrun Items from renowned American and International Brands like AX by Armani, Versace, Nautica, DKNY, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Ann Klein, Nine West, Cole Haan, Adidas, Nike and more. You can buy items like Shoes, Bags, Perfumeries, Jeans, T-Shirts, Skirts, Blouses, Socks, Belts, Wallets, Travelling Bags, Toiletries, Coats, Ties, Jackets and more.

    A Caveat: the line at the paying counters are LONG! it may take 1 hour to clear out since this is the most packed of the stores at the Guam Premium Outlets. So be sure to Start Your Shopping here when it opens at 10:00 am as not to suffer from a long waiting at the payment counters then proceed to the other stores at the GPO.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet or credit card. Branded Belts like Nautica or Kenneth Cole or Calvin Klein at $ 12.99, Branded wallets for $ 9.99, Branded Shoes starting at $ 39.99, Branded Ladies Bags starting at $ 19.99 and more.

    The Best deal here is that there is no sales tax unlike in the US Mainland!

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    K-Mart: Largest K-Mart Supercenter in the World

    by machomikemd Written Apr 16, 2012

    This K-Mart tips is my shopping tips. I have a separate thing to do tips for it.

    The K-Mart here is not the typical discount store which is small but what is called an Superstore or Hypermarket (called Super K-Mart in the Mainland) hence is a 24 hour, 7 days a week affair. Most of the tourists like the Asians (japanese, koreans and chinese), don;t know the difference of the discount store and the supercenter or don't care; they just flock here at K-Mart to shop since the prices here are way cheaper than buying branded stuffs at the Micronesia Mall or Guam Premium Outlets If they are not that Brand Conscious since the Brands here are mostly In- house brands and US Mainland Brands not known internationally. The Best deal here is that there is no Sales Tax! since Guam is duty free area, unlike in the US Mainland.

    Opens: 24 hours a day, 7 days in a week.

    What to buy: This Huge K-Mart is touted to be the largest K-Mart in the World. This K-Mart carries assorted kinds of electronics, music, movies, bedding, hardware, sporting goods, clothing, toys, jewelry, office supplies, health and beauty products, home decor, and a limited selection of food items (like the dried fruits, assorted local and international wines, spirits and beers, Hot Dogs, frozen foods) and a Little Ceasar's Pizza Station.

    A Caveat for shoppers: if you are a shopper who is brand conscious, don;t buy here since the brands here are mostly in-store brands and US Mainland brands that are not known internationally, hence the cheaper price for the assorted items. Tourists shop mainly due to the assorted guam souvenirs like the dried fruits, chamorro biscuits and chocolates, other souvenir items like -Shirts or beach ware. The locals buy more of the In House Brands like the appliances, Dress, jeans, furnitures, grillers and more.

    What to pay: buying a box of dried fruits at $ 8 a pack, chamorro cookies and chocolate at $ 7 a pack, Buying 6 pack beers like Heineken or Asahi at $ 9 pack and large Arizons Southern Iced tea (my favorite) at $ 1.25 a large can.

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    Guam Premium Outlets: The Only Factory Outlet Mall in Guam

    by machomikemd Written Apr 16, 2012

    This is my Guam Premium Outlets Shopping Tips.

    The Guam Premium Outlets in Tamuning, Guam is a SHOPPING and MUST SEE Destination for the shoppers going to GUAM to primarily SHOP due to the duty free nature of the island. It is the only Factory Outlet Store in Guam! however, I was disappointed in it since this is just a shell of the humongous Premium Outlet Stores in the Mainland and the Waikele Premium Outlets in Oahu (see my Honolulu Tips and Gilroy Tips) that has more then 100 outlet store and has my fanorites like Cole Haan, Lacoste, Tommy Hilfiger, Nautica, Timberland, Ralph Lauren, Adidas, Nike, Calvin Klein and more.

    The area is packed primarily of Japanese, Korean and Chinese Tourists and a smattering of the local chamorro and filipino population who buys the budget but off season and export overrun branded stuffs.

    What to buy: The only advantage on shopping here is that there is no SALES TAX! hence is duty free. Among the good Finds here are Ross, CBG, Bodyline, Enzo Angiolini, Everblue, Famous Footwear, Fila, Levi's, Loco Boutique, Nine West, Paris Fashion, Resortwear, Rocky Mountain Chocolate and Vans. They also have Hawaii's ABC Stores inside the Outlet since there are no 7-11 stores in Guam.

    ROSS dress for Less it the most crowded area since it has lots of Off Season Branded Stuffs so prepare for a long wait while buying here (no competitors like Marshall's or TJ Maxx or Nordstrom Rack here). I will do a separate Shopping Review for the Ross Dress for less

    Opens: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet since items bought here are DUTY Free!

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    SM Store: Guam Branch of the Philippine Retail Giant

    by machomikemd Written Apr 15, 2012

    This is my separate shopping tips for the SM Store, I will do a Things to do tip for the Store.

    If you want to see a slice of the Shopping Culture of the Philippines here in Guam, then visit the SM Store!

    The Huge SM Retail Chain of the Philippines owned by Filipino Taipan Henry Sy now has a branch at this US Territory. It is the number one Mall and Retail Chain in the Philippines and also has Branches at the People's Republic of China. He bought the Agana Shopping Center in 2002 and opened this SM store in 2006 (it is not as big as the SM department stores in the Philippines, please see my Makati and Manila Tips). About 30 percent of the population on Guam trace their roots to the Philippines. The local Chamorro population, especially those who come to Manila regularly for business meetings, medical checkups and treatments, are also familiar with the SM brand hence this store is really popular to the locals too. They also have a remittance center for Filipinos and Filipino-Americans who regularly send dollars to family and relatives back home.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: the department store basically has dry goods; like Shirts, Clothes and Accesories and Dried Foods, unlike in the Philippines where it has a supermarket section as not to compete with other Tenants of the Agana Shopping Center, which it also Owns. The SM Store carries known Filipino brands like Freego, Urban Wear, Hawk, Parental Advisory, IZOD, Napoleon, among others, while those from the US will be Roxy, XOXO, Nine West, Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Jones. They also have an extensive dry food section of dried fruits from the philippines and international brand of chocolates like Godiva and Guylian.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet

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    Agana Shopping Center: Mall With A Local Feel

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 15, 2012

    This Agana Shopping Center is my Shopping Tip.

    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 Theaters for movies. Agana Shopping Center also features recognized home-grown businesses such as Pay-Less Supermarkets, Ideal Vision Center, local shops and Shirley's Coffee Shop and Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Cappriciossa and 5 movie theaters. You can also walk beside the SM store beside it (Both are owned by a Filipino-Chinese Taipan named Henry Sy, who bought the Agana Center in 2002.

    Opens:
    Mon - Sat:

    10:00 am- 8:00 pm

    Sun:

    10:00 am- 6:00 pm

    What to buy: the Agana Shopping Center is far away from the regular tourist area of tumon and tamuning and dededo. The shopping center and the SM Store Beside It is serviced by the Tumon Trolley Buses but you have to take the service from Guam Premium Outlets, hence if you are at the Hotel Row, you have to take two rides, the South Loop to the Guam Premium Outlets then the Agana Loop from there to the Agana Shopping Center (it is included in the 5 day unlimited pass of the trolley companies) and from here, you can go north to the Chamorro Village via a 15 minute walk on a straight path. You can buy cheap souvenir Items at the Pay-Less Supermarket, eat at Capriciossa or local Chamorro Food at Shirley's Coffee Shop

    What to pay: not a den't on your wallet

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    Chamorro Village: A Taste of The Local Chamorro Culture

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 14, 2012

    This Chamorro Village Shopping is separate from my chamorro Village Things To Do and Dining Tips.

    The I-Sengsong Chamorro Village is a showpiece of the chamorro cultural heritage here in Hagatna Boat Basin Area near the Sea. The area is lively during wednesdays because of the Chamorro Night Market from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm where the area becomes lively. However, during the regular days besides wednesdays, the area is a virtual ghost town as most of the shops, restaurants, souvenir shops and half of the food stalls at the food court being closed. But There are still some shops open for the occasional tourists that go to the village from the big tour buses that pass by it or via the Hagatna Chamorro Bus Service of the Trolley Companies in Tumon.

    Chamorro Village is Open Everyday:

    10:00 am to 6:00 pm (mondays to saturdays)
    10:00 am to 10:00 pm wednesdays
    10:00 am to 3:00 pm Sundays

    What to buy: There are just so many items and commodities such as local shirts, clothes, beachwear, trinkets, handcrafted souvenirs, and fruits and for an avid souvenir hunter like me, guam refrigerator magnets at $ 3, the guam shot glasses at $ 4 and T-Shirts at $ 15. Many of the souvenir shops at the chamorro village are owned by koreans. Food at the Food Courts are cheap at 3 course or 4 course dishes (chamorro, filipino, thai, korean, japanese, american, vietnamese) at $ 7-10 and you can also buy assorted coolers, smoothies, juices at $ 2 to 5 depending on the cup size.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet

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    Guam Premier Outlet (GPO): outlets

    by jekika Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Generally, outlets contain a lot of shops - this is where the expensive stuffs are usually sold at a cheaper price. As far as I could remember, the shops there were Ross, Nine West, Payless Shoe Source, Nike, Levi's and there are a whole lot of shoe store. Also, there are some souvenir shops just before you go down to the food court. Which, by the way, Burger King has the most accomodating people. :)

    What to buy: Shoes, bags, clothes and of course, souvenirs.

    What to pay: You pay in US dollars, I don't think they accept the $1 dollar coin anymore. Aside from that, they accept anything - dimes, pennys, bills. If you're like going to do a major shopping, bring enough cash cos there are a lot of buys in this place - generally shoes.

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  • Macy's: American Style Shopping Mall

    by Born2Shop Updated Aug 5, 2009

    The largest Macy's in the Western Pacific is located in Micronesia Mall. When Macy's first opened they were quite large but they just completed an expansion that nearly doubled their size to 150,000 square feet inside the 700,000 square foot mall. Needless to say they have Guam's largest selections of ladies, children's and mens wear on island at affordable prices. And when they have advertised sales their prices are very low for first quality name brand fashions.

    What to buy: The latest fashions from the designer brands, homewares, home furnishings, some electronics, fine and costume jewelry, shoes, cosmetics, all of the items you would expect at a stateside department store but actually cheaper than in the US because there is no sales tax on Guam and because Macy's Guam prices are the same as their mainland store prices.

    What to pay: Watch for their sales which usually appear every Thursday. You can save a bundle!

    Guam's Only Macy's Department Store
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    K-mart: Open til midnight

    by uysijessa Written Oct 12, 2008

    I'm sure a lot of you know this already but for me, the main great thing about this store is that it's open til midnight. As the other malls/stores in Guam close early, you can plan your shopping trips such that you can always save K-mart for last on any given day. And since its not just a grocery/supermarket you can rest assured that you will still be able to buy other items like clothes, books, shoes, etc.

    What to buy: Watch out for good buys like shoes that are less than $20 if you buy another pair for the regular price.

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    Guam Premier Outlets: Best deals in town

    by gypsysoul73 Updated May 21, 2008

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    We spent most of our time at the Guam Premium Outlets or GPO, that housed stores such as Ross, Anne Klein, BCBG, Payless Shoe Source, Nine West, Nike Sports, Guess & Levi's. So we hopped-on and hopped-off the open-air trolleys conveniently, unloading bags at the hotel just 5 minutes away and going back for more. They just make it too easy for you to spend your money here!

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    Micronesia Mall: Great deals depending on where your from.

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 9, 2007

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    Over 100 stores, 20 differnt places to eat in the food court and 10 screens in the movie theater.

    What to buy: Everything found in a typical american shopping mall. If coming from Japan, you will be happy as most prices here are more affrodable than in your country. However, if coming from the US, it will be about the same. No real specials or deals.

    Gets real crowded on the weekends, best to shop here during the week.

    What to pay: About the same as you would in the United States.

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    DFS Galleria: Designer stores

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 9, 2007

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    Guam is just the place for the “born to shop” crowd. The island’s duty-free status means that name-brand merchandise and other items often are less expensive than in their country of origin.

    What to buy: Guam’s duty free shopping status means that no tariffs are added to many quality name brand international products. Lower prices on such items as watches, perfumes, leather goods, spirits, and other luxury products can be found. In addition to the elegant designer items, these stores feature Micronesian handicrafts, island clothing and beachwear

    What to pay: DFS Galleria is the high end stuff, IE Channel, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Tiffany & Company.

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