Koror Travel Guide

  • On our way to Rock Island
    On our way to Rock Island
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  • Palau Hotel outside the main road
    Palau Hotel outside the main road
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  • our room, triple bed
    our room, triple bed
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Koror Things to Do

  • Palau International Coral Reef Center

    Aquarium and research centre.In the aquarium you can see many of the spicies which lives in Palauian waters. The aquarium is clean and nice, but not very exiting. They have focus on educational stuff, so its not very tourist friendly.You can sea the sea turtles and the salt water crocodiles there.Entrance fee is 8 USD

  • Japanese Shrine

    From what the sign says.Tenrikyo was brought into existence in1838 by God the Parent, the creator of mankind, who revealed Himself through the living shrine, Miki Nakayama, whishing to enjoy alongside, us, humans, leading a joyous life.Reverend Yoshio Shimizu, born in 1902 in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture, Japan, was the successor to the Tenrikyo...

  • Belau National Museum

    I found this to be a decent museum. It was not clutter and not empty, kind of a good half way point in between. It goes in a chronological order in regards to their various colonial rulers. One part I enjoyed was in the Japanese section where they showed a model of Koror and mention what the buildings where during the Japanese section. Afterwards I...


Koror Restaurants

  • Nice Chineese food

    The menu have a big variety of dishes.The chineese food on the menu is OK.Service is poor. You have to wait for a long time to get your food, even if you are alone in the restaurant. Fried chicken, sweet and sour sauce.

  • For Some Indian Food

    In a nicely decorated restaurant with decent views of an urban environment in the back is a good place to have some Indian food. It has all the standard Indian food you would expect and the service, washrooms are also what you would expect from a restaurant like this. In the early evening it is fairly quite which is good a nice private meal. It is...

  • Great Chinese Food

    I have to say that this place had some of the tastiest chinese food that I have ever had. Dishes are colourful and appetizing. The vegetables were crisp and the seafood was fresh. The prices are reasonable but most of the menus are not in english so I had to point and some pictures. It was bright, white and not cluttered which I enjoy when I am...


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    Diving Permit

    by canuckmike Written Aug 14, 2006

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    Favorite thing: If you are planning on doing any SCUBA diving in the Koror region (which is where most of the main dive sites are located) you are going to need a Rock Island and Diving Permit. These cost $15 US and are valid for 2 weeks. It is basically for conservation of the area and running public facilities. There is a hefty fine if you are caught diving without one. Whoever you do your diving with should set this up for. I got mine right in the dive shop that I dove with.

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