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titlePalau
typeCountry in Oceania
descriptionPalau is an archipelago of over 500 islands, part of the Micronesia region in the western Pacific Ocean. Koror Island is home to the former capital, also named Koror, and is the islands’ commercial center. The larger Babeldaob has the present...
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CapitalNgerulmud
CurrencyUnited States Dollar
Official languagesPalauan and English
ContinentOceania
GovernmentRepublic, Unitary state, Representative democracy, and more
Area177 mi²
Population18,055 (2022)
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titlePalau - Wikipedia
linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palau
snippetPalau, officially the Republic of Palau, is an island country in the Micronesia subregion of Oceania in the western Pacific. The republic consists of ...
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titlePalau - United States Department of State
linkhttps://www.state.gov/countries-areas/palau/
snippetFollowing World War II, in 1947 under UN auspices as part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, the U.S. assumed administration of Palau.
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titleVisit Palau: The Official Tourism Website of Palau
linkhttps://pristineparadisepalau.com/
snippetExplore Palau's underwater world, one of the Seven Underwater Wonders of the World. Dive with manta rays & sharks. Experience culture & hospitality.
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titlePalau | History, Map, Flag, Population, Language, & Facts | Britannica
linkhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Palau
snippetPalau, country in the western Pacific Ocean. It consists of some 340 coral and volcanic islands perched on the Kyushu-Palau Ridge.
dateMay 9, 2024
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titlePalau travel - Lonely Planet | Australia & Pacific
linkhttps://www.lonelyplanet.com/palau
snippetThe Republic of Palau is scenically magical. For such a tiny area of land, it packs a big punch. It's hard not to be overwhelmed by its extraordinary array ...
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titlePalauGov.pw – Your guide to finding and using Palau National ...
linkhttps://www.palaugov.pw/
snippetRechad er Belau, or Palauans, are the indigenous people of the traditional name by which we call our nation, which is now known as the Republic of Palau.
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titlePalau - World Factbook Glyph - CIA
linkhttps://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/palau/
snippetHumans arrived in the Palauan archipelago from Southeast Asia around 1000 B.C. and developed a complex, highly organized matrilineal society where high-ranking ...
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titlePacific Food Guide | Republic of Palau
linkhttps://manoa.hawaii.edu/ctahr/pacificfoodguide/index.php/about-the-guide/republic-of-palau/
snippetGeography: Made up of six groups of volcanic and raised coral islands, the Republic of Palau (also spelled Belau or Pelew) is located 400 miles east of the ...
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titleLuis Palau Association
linkhttps://www.palau.org/
snippetThe Luis Palau Association exists to proclaim the Good News, unite the Church, and impact cities worldwide ... Palau's daily radio programs in English and ...
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titleEmployment Opportunities
linkhttps://www.palau.org/about/employment
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titlePalau - United States Department of State
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titlePalau | History, Map, Flag, Population, Language, & Facts | Britannica
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titlePalau travel - Lonely Planet | Australia & Pacific
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titleVisit Palau: 2024 Travel Guide for Palau, Asia | Expedia
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titlePalau travel - Lonely Planet | Australia & Pacific
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titlePalau | History, Map, Flag, Population, Language, & Facts | Britannica
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questionIs Palau a country or a U.S. territory?
snippetPalau is a sovereign nation and conducts its own foreign relations. The U.S. and Palau cooperate on a broad range of issues, including strengthening regional security, promoting sustainable development and addressing climate change, and protecting fisheries and the environment.
titlePalau - United States Department of State
linkhttps://www.state.gov/countries-areas/palau/
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questionAre Palau U.S. citizens?
snippetUnder the Compact of Free Association between the United States and Palau, citizens of Palau are classified as Non-Immigrant Aliens in the U.S. With this status, Palauans can legally enter, reside, work or attend schools in the U.S. and its territories and possessions without visa requirement.
titleFAQs – Embassy of the Republic of Palau Washington DC
linkhttps://www.palauembassy.org/faqs/
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questionIs it expensive in Palau?
snippetFood and drink: Food and drink can be relatively expensive in Palau, with meals at restaurants averaging around $15 to $25 per person. Activities: Activities such as snorkeling, diving, and island hopping can add up quickly. Expect to pay around $30-50 for snorkeling or diving and $50-100 for a day tour.
titlePalau Travel Guide 2024: What to See, Do, Costs, & Ways to Save
linkhttps://www.wewillnomad.com/destination/palau
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questionIs Palau same as Guam?
snippetThe Palau (also spelled Belau or Pelew) archipelago lies in the southwest corner of Micronesia, with Guam 830 miles (1,330 km) to the northeast, New Guinea 400 miles (650 km) to the south, and the Philippines 550 miles (890 km) to the west, A huge barrier reef system, continuous on the west and broken on the east, ... May 9, 2024
titlePalau | History, Map, Flag, Population, Language, & Facts | Britannica
linkhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Palau
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