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Six fun reasons to fall in love with Guam, Taiwan's favorite getaway

Guam is one of the most popular holiday destinationsfor Asian tourists. It attracts more than 1 million tourists every year with more that 80% of them coming from Japan followed by Korea and Taiwan.

According to statistics complied by the Guam Visitors Bureau Taiwan Marketing Representative Office, there are six exciting activities that Taiwan's tourists rank best: the Sandcastle show, the Pacific Islands Club, the Alupang Beach Club, the Atlantis Submarine, scuba diving and adult dance shows. Among them, the top two activities are the Sandcastle Show and the Pacific Islands Club.

In addition, the Greyhound Park is also a wildly popular place for Taiwanese visitors.

The fabulous Sandcastle show includes a Magic on Ice dance show, which is also the newest performance at the Sandcastle. The audience members of this show will also receive a free ticket to the Globe Discotheque.

The Sandcastle Show provides dinner show and cocktail show. The dinner show costs US$120 per person, and runs from 6pm to 8:30pm. The cocktail show costsUS$75 per person, and runs from 9pm to 11pm Wednesday nights the Sandcastle is closed.

The Pacific Islands Club (PIC) is one of the most famous resorts in Guam. Its is large and diverse water park having a "Swim-Thru Aquarium" with 2,000 fish from over 90 species.

The PIC is also an ideal place for beginner divers to practice. The best part is hotel guests can enjoy all of the facilities in the water park. Different tour packages are also available.

Besides these six popular activities, the tourists can also consider visiting Chamorro Village on Wednesday night to enjoy some free traditional dancing and music performances or visit Didido Flea Market to hunt for some inexpensive yet truly unique handcrafted souvenirs to bring back home.

For further travel information and details about activities in Guam, please contact Kay Chiou at the Guam Visitors Bureau Taiwan Marketing Office at (02) 2718-7836.

You can visit their Web site at: www.visitguam.org

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