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South Pacific Memorial Park

678 Milalek Drive, Agana, Guam 96910, Mariana Islands
+1 671-646-5278
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Important Message / Not Easy to Find

The memorial's message for peace is important, and I liked the shape of the monument (2 praying... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
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Japanese Memorial

The location you have set here is wrong. The place it's located at is north, in the village of... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2017
JoAnn T
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This war memorial, created through donations of the Japanese people, commemorates those people killed in World War II.
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  • Average12%
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26 Mar 2017
“An emotional place.”
21 Jan 2017
“Obscure, but Fascinating WWII Site”
678 Milalek Drive, Agana, Guam 96910, Mariana Islands
+1 671-646-5278
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Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

The memorial's message for peace is important, and I liked the shape of the monument (2 praying hands). However, the location is not well marked, and the whole place seemed uncared for. When traveling north on Route 1, the sign for the park is on...More

Thank Mathyew
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

The location you have set here is wrong. The place it's located at is north, in the village of Yigo. It's a place where the Japanese tourist go on the memorial of the II World War. There are groups that come from Japan every year...More

Thank JoAnn T
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This is a memorial to the Japanese dead. Manu who were killed were put in mass graves,and later burried here. There is an almost hallowed feeling.

1  Thank lisa w
Reviewed 22 January 2017

This is privately owned WWII memorial site, and is more from the Japanese perspective. The location was basically the last organized Japanese command site before the Americans pushed the rest of the way through. A short way down a walking path, you will see the...More

Thank POL4Life
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Was there on a Friday afternoon. Grounds were open, but the buildings/exhibits were closed. Seems to be a collection of monuments by various groups, but not with a coherent master plan. Forlorn with describe it best.

Thank youthtripplanner
Reviewed 1 September 2016

If you are in the area, you should visit this touching memorial. I found the site to be quite moving.

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 4 July 2016

We arrived here 30 minutes after the 1700 closing time and the caretaker was just about to close up for the day. In typical Guam fashion, he told us to go ahead and explore and to just lock up when we left. The grounds were...More

Thank KeithK906
Reviewed 13 April 2016

Used to come here all the time when I was a kid. The caves are fun to explore. The bamboo forest is awe inspiring and eerie. There is a mini museum with WWII stuff. No charge, but feel free to make a donation.

1  Thank BobowillTravel
Reviewed 4 November 2015

There are excellent views of the island from the lookouts at the park. In addition, there are excellent memorials.

Thank mdcwa
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Can be difficult to see signage from Marine Corps Drive but worth looking for. This is a free park to visit. Memorial was well done and easy to navigate. Take the time to hike down the steps and/or the trail to the man-made caves formerly...More

Thank Kurt U
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