Chamorro Village

Chamorro Village, Hagatna: Address, Phone Number, Chamorro Village Reviews: 4/5

Chamorro Village
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Immerse yourself in Chamarro culture at this lively street market where food, produce and native handicrafts are sold.
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The-Farias
Ramstein-Miesenbach, Germany816 contributions
Jun 2021 • Friends
Today was Wednesday so there was lots of vendors and food. Great place to walk around try local and international food and see local Guam made gifts and souvenirs

Review was written 2018 just saw it was saved as a draft
Written 4 January 2022
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6OfThe7Continents
Scottsdale, AZ1,555 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
While the market itself was supposed to be closed due to covid things, most of the vendors are moved across the street at the Christmas market. This made for a great time while we were visiting Guam and got to try some local food from the food trucks and vendors. On some of the nights the Caribou ride will be there as well!
Written 1 January 2022
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MRBP
Luzon, Philippines246 contributions
Apr 2020
Market fair, souvenirs, great view of the ocean. Live performances form locals. A great place to visit especially on Wednesdays. May 2019
Written 6 March 2021
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Seaview5
761 contributions
Feb 2020
We were surprised at how devoid of any atmosphere the village seemed, especially on a Saturday morning. A few shops were open, mainly selling touristy items. On reading Tripadvisor reviews later we realised that it came alive only on Wednesday evenings which isn’t very helpful if you are not in Guam on a Wednesday!
Written 2 February 2020
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GwenR88
Manila, Philippines57 contributions
Sep 2019
Since we’re already in the area at lunchtime, we decided to eat there. Only a few restaurants were open and luckily Chamorro BarBQ was one of them. The food was great and reasonably priced.
We came back at 4pm and boy, the place was humming with activities. Makeshift stalls selling Chamorro dishes, clothes, souvenirs, etc popped up and people started to arrive. The aroma of grilling food was everywhere and the place developed a festive atmosphere. There was a live band playing and a cultural program was scheduled later in the night. This could very well be a summary of what Guam is all about. So make it a point to be here when you’re in Guam.
Written 19 October 2019
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michael_cruises
Osaka, Japan307 contributions
Oct 2019
We went on a Wednesday night like everyone suggested we went early and the lines we’re already very long. The atmosphere was loud and abnoxious. We normally love crowds but this was just too much for food that was overrated! Some nice handy crafts!
Written 19 October 2019
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Leo
Boston, MA317 contributions
Aug 2019
We visited this place on the last Wednesday night of August. The festival was very crowded as expected, maybe even more crowded than the last time we visited back in May 2018. However, I noticed that the festival was one third smaller this time. The cement stalls were empty and that "street" was now used for parking. As such, there was no climbing walls or kids rides this time. They did keep the live cow though.

I didn't try the food this year due to the long lines and it was disappointing that a majority of the souvenirs are the same as what I could find outside of the festival (such as the ABC Stores) and at very similar prices.

On the positive side, we did arrive in time to hear the locals sing on stage and within the dance hall.
Written 8 September 2019
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Jacqueline C
7 contributions
Mar 2019
If you're looking for the Chamorro cultural experience, this is it. They have cultural dancers and local foods, plus you can see a local carabao and the giant coconut crabs. But, it is a little over crowded - food lines are nuts because they bus in tourists from the hotels - and a lot of it is just cheap junk vendors, though there are a few local artisans with nice souvenirs for sale. Not many food options for vegetarians either.
Written 3 September 2019
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Vivien
Hong Kong, China159 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
I went there on a Sunday afternoon and there weren't many shops. Many shops were preparing to close and there wasn't much in the area.
Written 27 May 2019
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wjw2018
Umhlanga Rocks, South Africa645 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
I was overjoyed to be invited to go here on my last night in Guam, with a friend who lives on the island, and his dog. He said we should get there early because parking can be an issue, and I'm so glad we did, because this place gets packed out with both locals and tourists! And for good reason...it's an absolutely buzzing place on a Wednesday evening! Loads and loads of BBQ meat stores and juice places, music going on, brightly coloured clothing stores lining the way and just a genuine all-round good vibe. We had several different dishes from a few stalls and every dish was delicious! The only problem we encountered was that, after years of coming to the Wednesday market with his dog (who is a local attraction in this area due to his kind friendly nature), we were approached by security and told that there was a new rule enforcing a 'No dogs' policy which was implemented within the past few weeks. This meant we had to carry our food and sit outside with it, which was a real shame. I can understand that they dont want people bringing random dogs that might not be as sociable as my friend's dog is, but it did spoil our evening a bit having to sit on the outside...hence my giving this place a 'very good' instead of 'excellent' rating.
Written 26 May 2019
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