GUAM, Mar 13, 1997/ FW/ —As a tourist destination, Guam is a favorite among the Japanese and South Koreans due to its short distance from Asia.
The island is only 549 square kilometers, roughly three times the size of Washington, D.C., the U.S. capital. Yet with its beautiful beaches and tropical marine climate, with very little seasonal variation in temperate, it has become a tourist destination for those who do not want the hustle and bustle of a big city.
Magnificent luxury hotels, a wealth of fine restaurants, and , fabulous duty free shopping have established Guam as the Dremier destination in the western Pacific, international and commuter airlines make the Antonio Borja Won Pat Guam International Air Terminal a bustling hub of activity.
1296 Pale San Vitores
Tumon, Guam 96911
Photos by MARI DAVIS