Guam- In an effort to actively promote the Chamorro culture for residents and visitors alike, the largest scale visitor attraction in the history of Guam is set to open by summer 2011.
The park expects to employ 100 local residents, with many positions requiring the ability to speak the Chamorro language. A job fair will start sometime in April.
Mark Baldyga says while theme parks usually cost $70 to $80 dollars, the price for this park will be $25 dollars for adults and $15 for children. For local residents, it’ll be $10 dollars for adults and $5 dollars for children.