Every tourist to Guam ought to explore the Wednesday night market at the Chamorro Village, located in the village of Hagatna.  The night market features an assortment of foods, souvenirs, cultural dances, music, and so forth.  Many locals, tourists, and military personnel visit the Chamorro village on a regular basis and take the opportunity to see old friends and make new ones.  If you're looking for somewhere to buy authentic chamorro souvenirs to take home to your family and friends, the Chamorro Village is the place for you.  There is a center court many tables (pinic table style) where you can gather with family and friends to eat the food that you may have bought from surrounding vendors.  The center court is two stories high, and has a large dance floor at the front where many regular like to go on a weekly basis to cha cha dance.

The Wednesday night market is patrolled by officers from the Guam Police Department.  It is very safe for men, women, and children of all ages.  Officers are also assigned to control traffic on the busy Marine Corps Drive, which faces the Chamorro Village.  As such, you can park across the street, near the Bank of Hawaii and the Cathedral, and walk across safely.