Book Cheap Flights from Guam to Los Angeles
Flights from Guam to Los Angeles
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Airports in Guam
Guam is served by the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport, also known as Guam International Airport. The Guam International Airport is located in Tamuning and Barrigada, Guam, U.S.A. It is a public airport owned & operated by A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam. The airport offers both domestic and international destinations including Busan, Manila, Taipei, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, Honolulu, Rota, and more. The city is well connected with the airport through transport services such as car rentals, taxis, and mass transit services operated by GMTA.
Explore Los Angeles
Los Angeles (literally implying ‘The Angels’ in Spanish language) and often called L.A. is focally known for the US film and entertainment industry, particularly for Hollywood. The city also plays host to the highly esteemed and coveted Academy Awards that are awarded every year for exemplary performances on the silver screen. Los Angeles doubles up as a two time host of Summer Olympics of 1932 and 1984, and one of the major financial and commercial centers in the US. Those interested in museums will have a gala time here because the city has the world’s highest number of museums per capita. Some of the tourist magnets here are the Hollywood Sign, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Capitol Records Building, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Things to do in Los Angeles
Hollywood is a neighborhood in Los Angeles and is famous as the home of the US film industry. It is home to the iconic Hollywood sign, Hollywood Boulevard, the Walk of Fame, many historic studios and the Chinese Theatre. The ‘Father of Hollywood‘, HJ Whitley renamed this place during his honeymoon in 1886 when he had seen a Chinese man carrying wood. When asked what the latter was doing, he replied ‘I holly-wood’ to imply he was 'hauling wood', thus leading to the name of Hollywood.
Opened in 1955, the Disneyland Park (formerly known as Disneyland) is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. The iconic park consists of eight themed ‘lands’ and several concealed backstage areas spread across 85 acres. Its premises are dotted with many Disney characters who greet visitors and posing for photos. A star attraction here is the Adventureland that fills the visitor with a strange feel of an exotic tropical place in some far-off imaginary land and features different zones like Jungle Cruise, the Indiana Jones Adventure, and Tarzan's Treehouse.
Griffith Observatory is a first rate observatory in Los Angeles. It is situated on Mount Hollywood and is flanked at some distance by the Los Angeles Basin, Hollywood and the Pacific Ocean. It was opened in 1935 and was used as to train pilots during the Second World War and later for the Apollo lunar missions. The best part of visiting the Griffith Observatory is that it is free of charge.
Best Time to fly to Los Angeles
The best time to fly to Los Angeles is the summer season from June to August. This time of the year is characterized by maximum daylight hours to explore the city and enjoy its cultural festivals like LA Pride, LA Film Festival, DTLA Film Festival and Nisei Week Japanese Festival. If you have budget considerations, you can visit the city in the winter season from December to February. It is cold and rainy, but also offers lowest airfares and accommodation rates. One can also enjoy the Golden Globe Awards, Academy Awards and the Grammy Awards during this time of the year.