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The Republic of Palau, traditionally known as Belau, is an archipelago of 343 islands, spread over 100 miles; from the atoll of Kayangel to the island of Angaur.
Located in the western Pacific Ocean, Palau, includes the principal islands of Koror, Babelthuap, Arakabesan, Malakal, and Peleliu.
There are also five very small islands, known as the Southwest Islands.
Some of the islands that make up Palau are volcanic, others are coral.
Palau's early history is still largely veiled in mystery.
Probably the most noticeable aspect of Palauan culture is the people's connection with the sea.
Koror is the capital of Palau, while Babelthuap, to the north-east, is the largest island.
Nestled in the western Pacific Ocean, southwest of Guam, is a cluster of islands that make up this Pristine Paradise of Palau.
As a world-renowned premier diving destination and a destination leading in sustainable tourism, Palau enjoys a pleasantly warm climate all year round.
Take your life away from the hustle-bustle of the city and lie down, stretch your body beneath the deep blue sunny skies of Palau's rock island beauties.
Located on the east coast of Malakal Island, the Palau Royal Resort is a five-star international resort operated by Nikko Hotels International.
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