Guam is an island found in the Pacific Ocean between the Philippines and Hawaii, and is the largest of the Mariana archipelago. Guam is one of the islands that make up Micronesia, which also includes Palau and the Marshall Islands.
Tumon is one of the most popular tourist spots on the island, found on the central western coast, with most of the villages being strictly residential or largely industrial in nature. The island receives around a million tourists a year, with most of these coming from Japan or other Asian countries.
Fresh seafood and East Asian cuisine are the most popular restaurants that can be found on Guam, and locally sourced octopus and crab are particularly delicious. There are some beautiful beaches and some stunning scenery to be found on Guam, along with the War in the Pacific National Historical Park, which teaches visitors about the WWII battles that took place on the island.