Guam bristles with a mix of the old and the new. Once under Spanish rule, Guam retains much of the Spanish, as well as Micronesian customs and traditions.
However, when Guam became a territory of the United States, her way of life was rapidly Westernized, and her commercial infrastructure completely modernized.
Guam's main attraction is still her natural beauty. Exotic flora and fauna, and a breathtaking landscape are major assets to her tourism revenues.
PAL flies between Manila and Guam five times a week.
PAL also offers a Swingaround Guam tour package.