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About Guam

Guam is located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is an American overseas territory and U.S. military base. The military bases are primarily located in the northern part of the island. Guam has been taken over historically by the Spanish, Americans, Japanese and Americans once again. The island bears well-preserved traces of many different cultures. Guam is also a tropical holiday destination with clear blue oceans and even bluer sky. It has a duty-free shopping paradise and is an excellent place to take wedding photos. For history buffs, the World War II sites and museum on Guam are waiting to be explored. While on Guam you can try out scuba diving, snorkeling, or rent an ATV and go off-roading for an adrenaline-pumping jungle tour.

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Two Lovers Point
209 Reviews
Observation Deck
Located in the northern part of Guam, Lover's Cliff is a geological landscape with cliffs and cliffs due to the steepness of the calcareous coral reefs into the sea. The beautiful double-decker gazebo on the cliff has a good viewing angle and stands on the observation deck to enjoy the beauty of the Philippine Sea and Tumon Bay. There is also a lover's clock on the lover's cliff, which was given by Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan. It is said that couples only need to ring the clock three times together, and when they are three, they can break all the curses that hold the marriage.
Fish Eye Marine Park
97 Reviews
Theme Park
Located in Piti Bay, Fisheye Ocean Park is an excellent spot for Guam’s ecology. There are more than 100 species of fish and other marine life in the park. It has been designated as a marine life reserve with clear water and calm, ideal for water sports such as snorkeling, diving and underwater walks. The unique wooden bridge connecting the coast and the observation tower in the park is called the Lovers Bridge, and the end of the Lovers Bridge is the Observatory.
Tumon Bay
194 Reviews
Tumon Bay is a half-moon bay, a beautiful bay in Guam and a bustling area of ​​Guam. There are high-end hotels along the bay, which is the main tourist area of ​​Guam. Tumon Bay has a beautiful and romantic chapel. Each chapel is surrounded by seascapes. With the long-term sunshine, the chapel of Tumon Bay shines in different colors under the reflection of the sea. Each color is full of colors. Reiki, surrounded by the classic vows. Among them, the Rainbow Church and the Crystal Church are the most popular wedding churches in Asia.
Crystal Chapel
67 Reviews
Observation Deck
Built in 2004, the Crystal Chapel is located in the north of Tumon Bay. It is located in the Nikko Hotel. You can look out over the entire Tumon Bay panorama to the south. You can look up to the lovers cliff to the north. The chapel is clean and transparent, and is very popular among newly married couples. The Crystal Chapel's exterior is Gothic. The sun shines through the transparent blue stained glass into the white-based chapel. Most of the equipment in the Crystal Chapel is also white. There are white piano and wooden guest chairs, transparent glass ceremonial table. Through the glass you can see the beautiful sea.

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Jungle Riverboat Adventure Cruise in Guam
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Guam’s famous Lover’s Cliff, also known as the Lover’s Beg, is a coastal cliff in the northern part of Guam. Legend has it that lovers from Chamorro are here on the cliff, and it is very beautiful. The water beneath the cliffs is crystal clear, and the viewing platform built on the cliffs is a great place to enjoy Tumon Bay. It is one of the best places to watch the Pacific Ocean at sunset. Couples can buy love locks and lock them here, representing the "never separate" and very romantic gestures. The Lovers Cliff Scenic Area consists of a park and a viewing platform. The park is completely free. The viewing requires a $6 ticket. Although it is not cheap, it is still worthwhile. Standing on the double-deck observation, you can get unobstructed views of the magnificent seascape of Tumon Bay.
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