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The bus stop is T Galleria. One way, round trip can be selected.
There are multiple ways to go. Bus, taxi car rental etc.
There is a parking lot. But it is small.
Souvenir shop, riding cows, dance spaces, food stalls, dance shows, etc.
It is open on Wednesday’s and I think, on the weekend.
Music, crafts, local food, water buffalo rides for kids. It seemed that the crowd was half tourists and half locals. The food was great. Come hungry!
This little place open on daily basis but there is special evening on wednesdays. Many shops, local food outlets, hand crafts...etc could be found there. Good place to meet local and international people.
Chamorro village combines island culture, shops, and food to make a great experience. The Wednesday night market has the area crowded with extra vendors, lots of local families and tourists mix it up for a great time. Live music is frequently featured on weekends and...More
The food was delicious! My boyfriend and I tried just about everything we could and we were not disappointed! There was also a traditional show with some Chamorro dancers. It was really fun to watch. They had live music and dancing in another area of...More
This is on every night, but Wednesdays are the best night to go.
It was a fabulous experience primarily because we were with a local. Many stores are aimed at the Japanese tourists, but there are gems of local craftsman. We had local Chamorro foods...More
A few BBQ joints, too many flies on the food, then mostly chinese or indinesian cheap junk. We had planned this for weeks and seriously can't even begin to express our disappointment. Total waste of an evening.
Wednesday evenings see many food stands set up at Chamorros village. Many locals turn out as well as tourist buses. Barbecue is the big seller here. I was curious about coconut sashimi. I was given a fresh coconut and told to drink the coconut water....More