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Probably the Smallest Parliament?

Rather charming and you can easily miss it!. Built on re-claimed land it is surrounded by a moat... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
gyanfernando
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Exeter, United Kingdom
very informative

hearing about the government of Kiribati and seeing the set up - staff helpful and inviting - some... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2013
Susan S
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Sydney, Australia
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4 days ago
“Probably the Smallest Parliament?”
Sep 5, 2017
“A must to see in Kiribati”
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Reviewed 13 April 2012

Enjoyed a beverage at the Parliamentary Club bar at the back by the lagoon - apparently open most evenings 5-9.

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Reviewed 23 March 2013

During my recent holiday in Tarawa & staying for 3 weeks from the 14/02/13 to 07/03/13 I was able to return to Parliament House & take a stroll around the building, only really witnessed a few other people while strolling around & looked like some...More

3  Thank STEPHEN N
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Rather charming and you can easily miss it!. Built on re-claimed land it is surrounded by a moat which is dry at low tide but at high tide kids swim in it! Inside the building is a typical court house/ parliament type building. On the...More

Thank gyanfernando
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

This is another place that should be on your list to visit while you're in Kiribati especially during the parliament session. Its was constructed to look like a local canoe from the front and from above. It was fully funded by the Kiribati Government.

1  Thank Charlie K
Reviewed 25 November 2016

Paraliament Building is roughly halfway along the atoll, it stands out and is clearly seen as it is located at one of the few places along the road that has a turning lane. It, like many buildings in Tarawa, looks sad, alone and tired. Inside...More

1  Thank Nat P
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Had an appointment with a high ranking govermment official. Arrived a little early so had to wait outside the office complex till the meeting in progress was over. There were no benches or seats to wait in the hot and humid environment. If you want...More

Thank Sanfred S
Reviewed 25 March 2016

Interesting buildings - look like traditional boats. Ponds full of fish outside. Water views from the rear.

Thank Selena G
Reviewed 23 September 2015

My cousin Martin Moreti is MP of Aranuka (one of the outer islands/my fathers home island) and Foreign Work Relations Minister so I can visit the parliament quite a bit when I am in Tarawa, Kiribati. It offers beautiful views of the lagoon and at...More

2  Thank Jasmine K
Reviewed 25 October 2014 via mobile

The buildings themselves are modern but with some thought given to traditional architecture. Great view over the lagoon from the back. Seems to be no problem to walk around the grounds but access to the buildings is harder to manage.

2  Thank KGB777
Reviewed 9 May 2014

Nice help from Asia to be a real republic. Walk around. Nice map. Water fountain should be cleaned!!!!

2  Thank Grosblie
Reviewed 3 May 2013

hearing about the government of Kiribati and seeing the set up - staff helpful and inviting - some areas need a bit more maintenance but what do you do in such a climate when stretched for funds?

1  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 23 March 2013

During my recent holiday in Tarawa & staying for 3 weeks from the 14/02/13 to 07/03/13 I was able to return to Parliament House & take a stroll around the building, only really witnessed a few other people while strolling around & looked like some...More

3  Thank STEPHEN N
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