Guam is Micronesia's largest island and preeminent resort destination. Hagatna, its busy captial city, is the hub of Guam's business and government activity. It also is a historical center with architectural reminders of its 17th-century Spanish heritage and World War II military conflicts. Amidst all this, Hagatna's parks and plazas invite pleasant strolls and relaxed sightseeing.
Just a few miles away is Tumon Bay, Guam's resort and entertainment mecca. Tumon Bay's crescent of white sandy beach is lined with upscale hotels. Adjoining these resorts are high-end shops, restaurants, nightclubs, and entertainment attractions, together creating a center of retail glitz for power-shopping vacationers. Tumon Bay's unexpected offerings include Las Vegas-style shows, the longest tunnel aquarium in the world, and boutiques featuring some of the most famous names in fashion.
But Guam has its peaceful side, too. The island's coastal highway takes you around its southern geography with scenic lookouts and snorkeling sites, to quiet villages offering glimpses into native Chamorro culture and the everyday lifestyle of the local people.
Discover the warmth of Guam in all its diverse personalities: Glamorous resort entertainer, host of a cultural crossroads, and friendly easy-going islander.
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Helpful information for traveling in Guam:
General facts about Guam - World Factbook
Explore Guam - Guam Visitors Bureau
Travel facts about Guam - wikitravel
TripAdvisor reviews of Guam