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“Awesome new establishment!!”
Review of Guam Beach & Culture Park - CLOSED

Guam Beach & Culture Park
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Owner description: Culture Park is currently closed for public due to renovation. We only accept group reservation or private tour booking. Please contact us for details. The first "Guam's cultural theme park, that opened in July 2011. Tourists can see unique Guam's original culture in the ancient Chamoro village with houses and people, and experience their culture like as weaving coconut leaves, Chamoro dancing and Chamoro language.On the beach area, you can see unforgettable sunset and experience beach activities.The park location is closed to center of Tumon and very convenient from most of hotels.
Taichung, Taiwan
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3 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
“Awesome new establishment!!”
Reviewed August 2, 2012

A first when you walk into the entrance they serve authentic chomorro fruit punch in rela coconut halves as cups and also they give you a shell lei. then you enter and see the real villages that they built and see rocks that they cook food around, their huts, bamboo, everything is so realistic liek the past. also they had this show at night that was very informational. the beach bar is very modern and new. there was also a smal farm, not too big, they taught you ancient chomorro dance and games. and you could eat real food of how the ancient chomorro cooked right in the cooking area. i really liked it. i suggest all tourists like me to try it!! the small problem i had were mosquitoes. they should spray a repellent around the area. overall very fun experience. way different from all the shopping.

Visited June 2012
2 Thank Yeh Yang C
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Hong Kong, China
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75 reviews
53 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 61 helpful votes
“Guam Beach & Culture Park, okay place to visit.”
Reviewed August 1, 2012

Guam Beach & Culture Park. My wife and I visited the park July 2012, not too much to see there. The people are very friendly and hospitable. The locals put on a short five odd minute show for visitors to the park and they'll pose for photo's to be taken, no extra charge, whoopee. The park will allow you to see how people on Guam used to live and the type of huts / buildings and conditions they used to live in. There's also a few animals there, but don't get your hopes up, it's not a zoo. If interested in the history of Guam this place is worth a visit, if not then I wouldn't bother.

Visited July 2012
1 Thank GrantMuir
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110 reviews
22 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 151 helpful votes
“Chamorro Culture 101”
Reviewed March 23, 2012

Styled on similar cultural villages around the Pacific and SE Asia it attempts to recreate something of the life of the indigenous Chamorro people 500 years ago - before European contact. The danger with all these types of attractions is that of packaging an ancient culture into a tourist-friendly attraction. The 'family' we met dutifully went about their recreated tasks and the replica village certainly had an authentic feel. Our guide was Chief Ben 'Lam Lam' San Nicolas, himself something of an identity in Chamorro cultural circles. He spoke clearly and with the sort of authority you would expect from an 'elder' and welcomed questions from our group. Please go and see this attraction only if you have a genuine interest in Polynesian and Micronesian cultures. I think it's disrespectful to visit these sort of places just for 'something to do' and then stand around disinterested as the guides try to tell you about their ancient culture. At $25 for an adult, it can be seen as expensive especially if you weren't that interested, but if you get into it and show some interest you will find it thoroughly enriching. The little museum and AV presentation is good, don't miss it. In fact, see that first before the village.

Visited March 2012
3 Thank Roderick E
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