Majuro has been a key political, economic and social center of Marshall Island since its founding in 1885 by German traders. As part of their culture and heritage, locals have kept their traditional customs alive such as fishing, weaving, carving wood carvings out of coconut shells and performing traditional dances.
Visitors to Majuro can experience many sights such as Laura Beach where you can relax or swim in its clear waters; Delap Park which has beautiful gardens; and an authentic market full of local specialties like fresh seafood caught daily from Majuro's surrounding lagoon. For those looking for some adventure activities there are also kayaking tours that take visitors around some stunning coral reefs to explore incredible marine life.
Uliga United Church of Christ, Alele Museum and Public Library, Assumption Catholic Church, Formosa Shopping Center, Cathedral of the Assumption, KNK Shopping Center, Yummy, Baet-ul-Ahad Mosque, Island Star, Lagoon Road, NKB Restaurant, BBQ
Cathedral of the Assumption, Baet-ul-Ahad Mosque, Assumption Catholic Church, Alele Museum and Public Library, Uliga United Church of Christ, Won Hai Shen, Jittak Take-out, Sister Store, Alliang, NKB Restaurant, Special supply store, China Restaurant, Lagoon Road, Jakaro Bar, Special Restaurant, BBQ, RRE Hotel and Restaurant, Barbeque Shack