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Cheap flights from Guam

An organised, unincorporated, and largest territory of the United States, Guam also served as an important military strategic location in the southernmost of the Mariana Islands archipelago in Micronesia. During World War II, Guam was placed under the hands of the Japanese government shortly after the fall of Pearl Harbour in Hawaii, and the Chamorros indigenous people suffered the wrath of the Japanese dictatorship for two years and a half years. Guam was liberated on July 21, 1944, locally known as the Liberation Day. Despite this turbulent past, Guam turned the tide and seems to have forgotten the ill-past, as Japanese culture and language has stayed and harmoniously blends with the Chamorros present way of living. The sun has truly risen for Guam, and travellers will want to bask in its majestic beaches and amazing sunsets.

The capital Hagåtña is a good way to learn and experience modern Guam culture, strategically located three miles from Guam International Airport in Tamuning. While in Hagåtña, make sure to stay up late on Wednesday night and visit the Chamorro Village, which hosts a Chamorro Night Market and a local favourite destination among tourists. On this particular night, price shoots up. A cheaper alternative would be to visit the Mangilao Night Market in Mangilao Village on a Thursday night, which offers an equally cultural Chamorro experience, as well as great food servings. You should also not miss Tumon, another go-to destination among tourists for dining, nightlife, and entertainment in the island. If you want to have a 360-degree view of the island, go to Agana Heights and visit the Fort Apugan, a Spanish Era fort overlooking the Hagåtña Bay and the island. Consider also taking a walking tour, which includes seeing pre-war latte stones, Spanish Era buildings, and World War II fortifications.

The rural southern part of Guam should also make it to every traveller’s itinerary. Offering picturesque views of a volcanic mountain range and green hills, these views has also seen much of history that unfolded in Guam. Highlights include the re-enactment of Ferdinand Magellan’s arrival in the island every March. Get to see and know little details of the re-enactment of the Spanish colonial era, complete with burning huts, angry islanders, and other war-torn details.

From Guam International Airport, you can reach other short haul destinations such as Indonesia, a mere four hours and forty five minutes of air travel time. Despite sharing land borders with Malaysia to its north, East Timor and Papua New Guinea to its east, Indonesia is sprawled across the Indian and Pacific Ocean, and consists of 18,110 islands, making the country the largest archipelago in the world. Apart from this, Indonesia is also home to the largest Muslim community in the world. A grand country that takes pride and fronts itself as the “Wonderful Indonesia” as part of its tourism campaign, Indonesia proves its greatness in all sorts. Visit the crowd-favourite Bali and be part of its unique culture, world-famous beaches, and unique underwater life. The capital Jakarta is also great city to explore with its vibrant shopping and entertainment options. National cultural treasure Yogyakarta, meanwhile offers cultural experience among tourists with temple sightings of Borobudur and Prambangan.

No long haul flights have been recorded for Guam International Airport. The longest short haul flight from Guam would be Indonesia. From Indonesia, you can reach other long haul destinations via Soekarno–Hatta International Airport, the busiest airport in Indonesia that serves the greater Jakarta area on Java Island. Soekarno–Hatta International Airport has flights going to and from selected destinations in Africa, Europe, America, and majorly of the Asian region. You can reach Dubai in United Arab Emirates via a 10-hour flight or Cairo in Egypt on a 13-hour air travel time.

How to get out

Guam International Airport is being served by ten airlines that fly to nearby destinations in Asia and America. China Airlines, Delta Air Lines, EVA Air, Japan Airlines, Jeju Air, Jin Air, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, and United Express frequent the Guam International Airport.

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