GUAM, Mar 6, 1997/ FW/ —Guam is a little island in the Pacific, 1500 miles southwest of Tokyo. It is a U.S. territory since 1898, as part of the settlement in the Treaty of Paris which officially ended the Spanish-American War that the U.S. won.
From a little unknown island of 100 years ago, Guam is now a tourist destination, majority of them Japanese and Korean. One advantage of Guam is that like Hongkong, it is a duty-free island. Hence, there is a proliferation of luxury goods merchants, catering to the tourist trade.
DFS Galleria is the high-end of the high-end in luxury goods shopping in Guam. In their Boutique Row, names such as Gucci, Prada and Gianni Versace are some of the names on their directory.
1296 Pale San Vitores
Tumon, Guam 96911
Photos by Mari Davis