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Saipan has 365 summers
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Saipan has 365 summers

Tourists who set foot on Saipan for the first time, in addition to being amazed by the beauty of the continuous sandy beaches and the offshore coral reefs, will always be curious to find that in addition to the dark-skinned and prosperous aboriginals showing the local beauty In addition to the style, there are Catholic churches and old Spanish buildings everywhere, as well as delicious Japanese food with exquisite ingredients, but now this island belongs to the United States.

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Although it is difficult to summarize the long history of Saipan in one sentence, it can indeed be divided into several periods of belonging to Spain, Germany, Japan and the United States. Spain occupied Saipan in the 16th century and sold it to Germany after losing the Spanish-American War. Germany was not much better. The end of World War I forced Saipan to be "handed over" to Japan. After Japan was overthrown by the United States, the referendum made Saipan an overseas unincorporated territory of the United States, although the main residents of Chamorro and Carolan had no ancestry with Americans.

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If there is any exciting "tourism" attraction in Saipan, it must be Saipan itself. There is little human intervention, no amusement parks and aquariums, and dolphins swim freely in the water. My hotel is just a stone's throw away from Saipan's pristine white sandy beach. From my room, I can enjoy the panoramic view of the hotel's lush Japanese garden and the magnificent sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Of course, I can also jump into the white sandy beach at any time of day or night. Enjoy snorkeling surrounded by fish in the crystal clear waters.

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Usually people come to Saipan to enjoy the beach and the sun, but I came here to eat. Chinese food was "briefly" abandoned by me, although in the small "Chinatown" neighborhood you can find pretty good Chinese food. But I prefer to eat fish, or, in other words, seafood with a broad meaning in the name of fish. Isn't this a basic right that should be enjoyed in Saipan? The barbecue of the Chamorro people is quite delicious. The fresh fish that have just left the sea are cleaned up, smeared evenly with coarse-grained sea salt, and grilled directly on the fire. Juicy, hygienic and reliable, and some are paired with limes and colorful peppers to tell you that this is by no means a pristine place to drink blood.

Because of Japan's occupation history and the earliest influx of Japanese guests since the development of tourism, Saipan has extremely authentic Japanese restaurants, such as Jinpachi Restaurant, which has been in business for 30 years, offering "Japanese style food" from 7:00 in the morning Delicious service throughout the day, from midday meals to izakaya-style snacks at night. The raw salmon is very fresh. Although it is not produced in Saipan, the sushi and ramen are all made by professional Japanese chefs, and there is no deviation in the taste. Drinking the Kirin beer delivered by air is the basic of a qualified Japanese restaurant. Literacy.

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Not only Japanese cuisine is excellent, Saipan, as an American territory, will certainly not lack delicious burgers. Hard Rock Café, an equally well-known chain restaurant brand in other cities, continues its impressive style and taste in Saipan. Here you can get authentic American-style burgers, steaks, and sandwiches, each in a size you'd never expect. And what attracts tourists here is definitely not only the food, from the signs outside the store to the furnishings in the store are full of rock elements, guitars, classic cars, records, old photos, everything is particularly eye-catching.

The coast cruise is the best Saipan-style digestion exercise. Along the straight and flat beach road in the west of Saipan, you can enjoy the self-driving with American characteristics. A Mustang sports car can be rented for less than 100 US dollars a day, and a budget car can be cheaper, and through the high-quality roads around the island, you can go to the world-famous Saipan Blue Hole, which was once rated as the second largest in the world. Cave diving point, which increases Saipan's bargaining chip to become a diving mecca. The strange coastal cliffs in the east form the best commanding heights in Saipan. On the viewing platforms of Wansui Cliff, Bird Island and Forbidden Island, the Chamorro people have been looking at the deep blue Pacific Ocean for thousands of years. According to Mr. Van Loon: Life on these islands is more laid-back than life on the corner of Broadway and 42nd Avenue.

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