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10. Songsong
Songsong is the second largest village on the island of Rota, Northern Mariana Islands, United States. As of 2000, its population is 593. Songsong is located along the southern coast, in a narrow peninsula.

09. San Jose
San Jose is the largest village on the island of Tinian, in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is located on the south coast of the island, close to the island's main harbor and three beaches: Kammer Beach, Taga Beach, and Tachogña Beach.

08. Capitol Hill, Saipan
Capitol Hill is a settlement on the island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. It has a population of just over 1,000. Capitol Hill has been the territory's seat of government since 1962.

07. Tanapag
Tanapag is a settlement on the island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is located close to Tanapag Beach on the northwest coast, just to the north of Capital Hill, the island group's centre of government.

06. Obyan
Obyan Beach is a pretty white-sand beach with calm waters protected by Naftan Point. The expansive beach is good for snorkelling. At the head of the parking area is a large WWII concrete bunker and just inland from a grove of coconut trees are the remains of eight latte stones dating back to 1500 BC.

05. Susupe
Susupe is a village on Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. Susupe is also known as Susupi. As of 2000, its population is 2,083.

04. Chalan Kanoa
Chalan Kanoa is a settlement in Saipan, in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is located in the southwest of the island.

03. Rota
Rota also known as the Friendly Island, is the southernmost island of the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and the second southernmost of the Marianas Archipelago.

02. Garapan
Garapan is the largest village and the center of the tourism industry on the island of Saipan, which is a part of the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

01. Tinian
Tinian is one of the three principal islands of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Together with uninhabited neighboring Aguijan, it forms Tinian Municipality, one of the four constituent municipalities of the Northern Marianas.

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Best Places to visit in Northern Mariana Islands:
Saipan, Tinian, Garapan, Susupe, Chalan Kanoa, San Jose

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SAIPAN, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (TOURIST ATTRACTIONS)

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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Northern Mariana Islands

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1) Saipan
2) San Jose Village
3) Carolinas Heights
4) Pagan Village
5) Agrihan Village
6) Alamagan
7) Rota
8) Tinian
9) Capital Hill
10) Dandan

The Northern Mariana Islands, officially the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI; Chamorro: Sankattan Siha Na Islas Mariånas), is one of the five inhabited U.S. island territories (the other four are Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and American Samoa). It is one of two territories with Commonwealth status; the other is Puerto Rico).[3] It consists of fifteen islands in the western Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to the Philippines. The United States Census Bureau reports the total land area of all islands as 183.5 square miles (475.26 km2).[4] As of the 2010 census, the Northern Mariana Islands had a population of 53,883,[5] of whom over 90% live on the island of Saipan. Of the 14 other islands, only two -- Tinian and Rota -- are permanently inhabited.

The Commonwealth's center of government is in the village of Capitol Hill on Saipan. As the island is governed as a single municipality, most publications name Saipan as the Commonwealth's capital.

The first people of the Northern Mariana Islands navigated to the islands at some period between 4000 BC to 2000 BC from Southeast Asia. They became known as the Chamorros, and spoke an Austronesian language called Chamorro. The ancient Chamorros left a number of megalithic ruins, including Latte stone. The Refaluwasch, or Carolinian, people came to the Marianas in the 1800s from the Caroline Islands.

The first European explorer of the area was Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. He landed on nearby Guam and claimed the islands for Spain. The Spanish ships were met offshore by the native Chamorros, who delivered refreshments and then helped themselves to a small boat belonging to Magellan's fleet. This led to a cultural clash: in Chamorro tradition there was little private property and taking something one needed, such as a boat for fishing, was not considered stealing. The Spanish did not understand this custom. The Spanish fought the Chamorros until the boat was recovered. Three days after he had been welcomed on his arrival, Magellan fled the archipelago under attack.

In 1565, Miguel López de Legazpi arrived in Guam and took possession of the islands in the name of the Spanish Crown.

Guam was an important stopover for the Manila Galleons, a convoy of ships carrying passengers and cargo such as silver, plants and animals from Acapulco (Mexico) to Manila. On the return trip from the Philippines to Mexico, the galleons did not call at Guam as the eastern winds were farther north, near the coast of Japan.

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Northern Mariana Islands, Oceania

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Northern Mariana Islands, Oceania: 1. Kensington Hotel Saipan - All Inclusive *****
2. Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan ****
3. Hyatt Regency Saipan *****
4. Kanoa Resort Saipan ***
5. Mariana Resort & Spa ****
6. Lao Lao Bay Golf & Resort ****
7. Serenti Hotel Saipan ***
8. Rota Resort & Country Club ****
9. Aquarius Beach Tower ***
10. Coral Ocean Golf Resort ****

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1. P.O. Box 5152 CHRB, 96950 San Roque, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 328
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool and private beach, Kensington Hotel Saipan is located in San Roque and offers an all inclusive package for guests to enjoy leisure activities, a free minibar, quality amenities and free WiFi. It is just a 4-minute drive from the Marianas Country Club. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
2. Coral Tree Avenue, 96950 Garapan, Northern Mariana Islands,
Situated on the white sands of Micro Beach, surrounded by shopping and nightlife, this resort and day spa offers 6 food and beverage outlets, 2 swimming pools surrounded by tropical gardens, and 2 tennis courts. Free WiFi is available.
3. Capital Hill Rural Branch, 96950 Garapan, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 275
Set in Garapan in the Saipan Region, 7 km from San Roque, Hyatt Regency Saipan boasts a year-round outdoor pool and water sports facilities. Guests enjoy several onsite bars, cafes and restaurants and a variety of cuisine including Italian and Teppanyaki Japanese.
4. Beach Road, Susupe, 96950 Chalan Kanoa, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 115
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Unwind on one of Saipan’s best beaches at Kanoa Resort Saipan. You can relax in the swimming pool or try beach volleyball, snorkelling, diving and jet-skiing, then watch the sunset from the beach front bar. Free in-room WiFi is provided.
5. Chalan Pale Arnold Rd, mp 96950 San Roque, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 149
Located on 2.5 acres, Mariana Resort & Spa features an 18-hole golf course, a kart-racing circuit and private beach access. Guests enjoy 2 tennis courts, a swimming pool and an on-site day spa. All accommodation features a balcony. Free WiFi is provided.
6. PMB 1020 P.O. Box 10000, Kagman III, 96950 Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands,
Offering an outdoor pool, a sauna and a hot tub, LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort is located 10 minutes' from Saipan's city centre. All accommodation offers sea views and free WiFi. Guests enjoy two 18-hole golf courses and an on-site restaurant.
7. P.O. Box 500440 Route 30 Beach Road Garapan, 96950 Garapan, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 94
Located in Garapan, 7.1 km from San Roque, Serenti Hotel Saipan features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.
8. As Puladan P.O. Box 938 Rota, MP, 96951 Rota, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 112
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Rota Resort & Country Club is located in Sinapalo. Limited free WiFi access is available in this resort.
9. 110 Beach Road, Chalan Kanoa, 96950 Chalan Kanoa, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 116
Located on the oceanfront of Chalan Kanoa, Aquarius Beach Tower offers free WiFi and accommodation with a private balcony. All suites offer lovely sea or mountain views. Guest can enjoy swimming at the white sand beach opposite the hotel.
10. As Gonno Road, 96950 Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, From € 104
Featuring an 18-hole golf course and sea view rooms, Coral Ocean Golf Resort boasts a swimming pool with views of Tinian Island and a pool-side bar. Guests can also enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Free WiFi and a free 24-hour shuttle bus to the city centre of Garapan are provided.
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Puerto Rico

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1. San Juan
2. Bayamón
3. Carolina
4. Ponce
5. Caguas
6. Guaynabo
7. Arecibo
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Puerto Rico, officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, pronounced: [esˈtaðo ˈliβɾe asoˈsjaðo ðe ˈpweɾto ˈriko], literally the Associated Free State of Puerto Rico), is an unincorporated territory of the United States, located in the northeastern Caribbean east of the Dominican Republic and west of both the United States Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands.

Puerto Rico is an archipelago that includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands, the largest of which are Vieques, Culebra, and Mona. The main island of Puerto Rico is, by land area, the smallest of the Greater Antilles. With around 3.6 million people, it ranks third in population among that group of four islands, which include Cuba, Hispaniola and Jamaica. The capital and largest city is San Juan. Due to its location, Puerto Rico has a tropical climate and is subject to hot weather all-year-round. The national language is Spanish but English is recognized as an official language as well.

Originally populated for centuries by the aboriginal people known as Taíno, the island was claimed by Christopher Columbus for Spain during his second voyage to the Americas on November 19, 1493. Like Cuba, Puerto Rico remained a Spanish colony until 1898. Despite the Laws of Burgos of 1512 and other decrees for the protection of Indians, some Taíno peoples were forced into slavery in the early years of colonization. The population suffered extremely high fatalities from epidemics of European infectious diseases.

During the four centuries of Spanish rule, the island's culture and physical landscape were transformed. European knowledge, customs and traditions were introduced, namely Christianity, the Spanish language, and advances of European civilization such as agriculture, construction in stone, and new technologies such as the clock and the printing press. Numerous public buildings, forts, churches and public infrastructure were built during Spanish colonization, including ports, roads and lighthouses, many of which survive to this day. For over three centuries the island was linked to Spain through regular convoys of the West Indies Fleet, which sailed from Cádiz to the Spanish West Indies every year. Since the beginning of Puerto Rico's colonization by Spain in 1508, the inhabitants of Puerto Rico were Spanish citizens. For over 400 years, Puerto Rico remained Spanish territory despite attempts to capture the island by the French, Dutch, and the British.

On November 25, 1897, Spain's central government in Madrid granted the island the Autonomic Charter, giving the Province of Puerto Rico more sovereignty over its local affairs. Thus, Puerto Rico became an overseas autonomous province in full equality with the other provinces of the Spanish nation. But in 1898, Spain was forced by the United States to cede the island following the Spanish–American War, under the terms of the Treaty of Paris.

In 1917, the U.S. granted citizenship to Puerto Ricans. In 1948, Puerto Ricans were given the right to elect their own governor. In 1952, under request by the United States, a local territorial constitution was adopted and ratified by the electorate. Under the tenets of the Puerto Rico Federal Relations Act, residents of the island are still subject to the plenary jurisdiction of the U.S. Congress. As of 2014, Puerto Rico remains a U.S. territory, although a 2012 referendum showed a majority (54% of the electorate) in favor of a change in status, with full statehood the preferred option.

The ancient history of the archipelago known today as Puerto Rico is not well known. Unlike other larger, more advanced indigenous communities in the New World (Aztec and Inca) whose people left behind abundant archeological and physical evidence of their societies, the indigenous population of Puerto Rico left scant artifacts and evidence. The scarce archaeological findings and early Spanish scholarly accounts from the colonial era constitute the basis of knowledge about them. The first comprehensive book on the history of Puerto Rico was written by Fray Íñigo Abbad y Lasierra in 1786, almost three centuries after the first Spaniards arrived on the island.

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Diving - Saipan & Tinian, Northern Mariana Islands

In early summer of 2008, I went to Saipan, Northern Mariana islands for diving, where is only 3.5 hrs.-flight from Tokyo.
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Federated States of Micronesia

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1) Chuuk
2) Kosrae
3) Pohnpei
4) Yap
5) Colonia
6) Lelu
7) Palikir
8) Weno
9) Kitti
10) Nett

The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) is an independent sovereign island nation consisting of four states -- from west to east, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae -- that are spread across the Western Pacific Ocean. Together, the states comprise around 607 islands (a combined land area of approximately 702 km2 or 271 sq mi) that cover a longitudinal distance of almost 2,700 km (1,678 mi) just north of the equator. They lie northeast of New Guinea, south of Guam and the Marianas, west of Nauru and the Marshall Islands, east of Palau and the Philippines, about 2,900 km (1,802 mi) north of eastern Australia and some 4,000 km (2,485 mi) southwest of the main islands of Hawaii.

While the FSM's total land area is quite small, it occupies more than 2,600,000 km2 (1,000,000 sq mi) of the Pacific Ocean. The capital is Palikir, located on Pohnpei Island, while the largest city is Weno, located in the Chuuk Atoll.

Each of its four states is centered around one or more main high islands, and all but Kosrae include numerous outlying atolls. The Federated States of Micronesia is spread across part of the Caroline Islands in the wider region of Micronesia, which consists of thousands of small islands divided between several countries. The term Micronesia may refer to the Federated States or to the region as a whole.

The FSM was formerly a part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (TTPI), a United Nations Trust Territory under U.S. administration, but it formed its own constitutional government on May 10, 1979, becoming a sovereign state after independence was attained on November 3, 1986 under a Compact of Free Association with the United States. Other neighboring island entities, and also former members of the TTPI, formulated their own constitutional governments and became the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and the Republic of Palau (ROP). The FSM has a seat in the United Nations.

The ancestors of the Micronesians settled over four thousand years ago. A decentralized chieftain-based system eventually evolved into a more centralized economic and religious empire centered on Yap.

Nan Madol, consisting of a series of small artificial islands linked by a network of canals, is often called the Venice of the Pacific. It is located on the eastern periphery of the island of Pohnpei and used to be the ceremonial and political seat of the Saudeleur dynasty that united Pohnpei's estimated 25,000 people from about AD 500 until 1500, when the centralized system collapsed.

European explorers—first the Portuguese in search of the Spice Islands (Indonesia) and then the Spanish—reached the Carolines in the sixteenth century. The Spanish incorporated the archipelago to the Spanish East Indies and in the 19th century established a number of outposts and missions. In 1887 they founded the town of Santiago de la Ascension in what today is Kolonia on the island of Pohnpei.[4] Following the Spanish-American War the Spanish sold the archipelago to Germany in 1899. It was awarded to the Empire of Japan following World War I as a League of Nations Mandate.

During World War II, a significant portion of the Japanese fleet was based in Truk Lagoon. In February 1944, Operation Hailstone, one of the most important naval battles of the war, took place at Truk, in which many Japanese support vessels and aircraft were destroyed.

Following World War II, it was administered by the United States under United Nations auspices in 1947 as part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.

On May 10, 1979, four of the Trust Territory districts ratified a new constitution to become the Federated States of Micronesia. Palau, the Marshall Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands chose not to participate. The FSM signed a Compact of Free Association with the United States, which entered into force on November 3, 1986, marking Micronesia's emergence from trusteeship to independence. The Compact was renewed in 2004.

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This lush tropical Micronesian paradise of 14 islands strung in the western Pacific offers the perfect getaway for visitors from both East and West. Called “America’s best kept secret,” here you can truly escape to a place of magnificent beaches and crystal clear aqua waters, rich history, year round outdoor activities, world class diving and golfing, international shopping, a wide range of ethnic restaurants and a cacophony of international and indigenous cultures adding their unique flavors to this beach resort.

This site highlights the best of what the Northern Mariana Islands of Saipan, Tinian and Rota have to offer the discerning traveller. Experience the unhurried, friendly lifestyle and warm, island hospitality that are as unforgettable as our magical Micronesian sunsets. Via our many convenient organized tours, or venturing out on your own, you can unlock the secrets of paradise.

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