Hagat├ína lies on the western side of the island of Gouam and is its administrative center. In former times, it was called Agania. In 500 years, there was a settlement of chamorros in what is now the city. The first Europeans to visit the area were the Spanish. In 1668 they established a settlement there … Read more



Overall Score 3.4 Tap water: No, not drinkable Religious government: Non-religious Population: 45,000 people Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 5 Mbps Best wireless: Docomo Pacific Tipping: Tipping in Guam is pretty common since it is a US territory. Restaurants: If service isn’t already included then you should tip about 10-15% based on the service. Bars: … Read more