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Palau is not famous for it's sleeping accommodations. Outside Koror state there are very few. But this is one of the pearls on the east side of the island. It is next to the state office on a small stretch of a clean beach. It...More
I really enjoyed my stay at the Bungalows for two weeks total. They are pretty small, but have everything you might need for a short stay - with a mini kitchenette and fridge for cooking. Melekeok is much quieter than Koror but the amazing people...More
I stayed two nights and three days at Palau Beach Bungalows and it was incredible. It was the closest thing to paradise I've experienced, in a much calmer way than you get at the bigger resorts. I would spend each morning walking along the beach...More
These bungalows are little far away from the action in Koror and the speed bumps on the road are an annoyance. But they're cheap and an experience. Dont' expect these to be anything but rugged. The bed was a foam mat on a makeshift wood...More
Palau doesn't have many beaches. I think the best one on the island is man made. If you want good snorkeling rent a boat and go to Big Drop Off, Clam City, and Jellyfish Lake. The Bungalows are cheap and there's a beach... More
Palau doesn't have many beaches. I think the best one on the island is man made. If you want good snorkeling rent a boat and go to Big Drop Off, Clam City, and Jellyfish Lake. The Bungalows are cheap and there's a beach across the road but I have no idea what the snorkeling is like there.
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