Best places in Marshall Islands

Discover the best places in Marshall Islands, curated using our unique algorithm blending 'Top Rated' and 'Most Reviewed' establishments. Uncover the city's gems and must-visit locales for an unforgettable experience. Please note that certain places categories are intentionally excluded to ensure a refined selection. Ratings are based from 14 places in the country.

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Emon Beach
Park
πŸ‘πŸ‘ Absolutely gorgeous! Only problem is that there is sand and that the water is a little salty. If I ever make it here again I will be sure to check out the beach... I hear it's great!
4.80 (61 reviews)
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K&K Island Pride Supermarket
Supermarket
πŸ‘ Very large supermarket with a wide range of goods, including fresh produce, American groceries, handicrafts, and other household items
4.50 (57 reviews)
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Majuro
Atoll
4.30 (57 reviews)
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Marshall Islands Resort
Hotel
Down-to-earth rooms in a laid-back oceanfront resort offering a casual bar/restaurant & a pool.
3.90 (154 reviews)
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Laura Beach
Beach
πŸ‘πŸ‘ It's a popular site, entrance fee is 1 USD.
4.40 (45 reviews)
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Private Island Boutique Resort Bikendrik Island Hideaway, Marshall Islands
Hotel
Polished private island resort with upscale quarters, plus dining & scuba diving.
4.60 (32 reviews)
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Tide Table Restaurant & Lounge
Restaurant
πŸ‘ One of the very few great options in MΓ‘juro to enjoy a nice western style meal, either lunch or dinner, or even breakfast. Good selection of beers too. It is also a nice meeting point for socialising. If you are in Marshall Islands, paying a visit to tide table is a must.
$$ $$
4.10 (65 reviews)
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Cafe Roi
Cafe
πŸ‘πŸ‘ This place was just what I needed after being castaway on a small sailboat for the last three months. I originally planned on sailing from Hawaii to Japan but I miss judged the currents and ended up in the Marshall islands. I actually ran out of food two weeks into my journey because I was hungry an...
$ $$$
4.30 (40 reviews)
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Oceanview Club
Bar
πŸ‘πŸ‘ Literally the only bar in town! Ha. Better known locally as the snake pit. Beer tends to be cold, drinks are strong, and everything is cheap. What else do you need...
$ $$$
4.20 (45 reviews)
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Ebeye
Island
Densely populated, 80-acre island in the Marshall Islands' Kwajalein Atoll, with wreck diving.
4.20 (38 reviews)
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Alele Museum and Public Library
Museum
πŸ‘πŸ‘ This is a very interesting museum. Well presented, with clear explanations in both English and Marshallese. By the way Majuro is an atoll, not an island.
4.20 (33 reviews)
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Hotel Robert Reimers
Hotel
Modest rooms & bungalows in a casual hotel offering water views, Wi-Fi & a restaurant/bar.
3.90 (49 reviews)
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Amata Kabua International Airport
International airport
3.80 (36 reviews)
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Payless Supermarket
Supermarket
😠 Only place on the planet where I've ever been ID'd to buy alcohol. Apparently you needed a drinking license because they'd revoke it if you happened to murder someone while you were drunk. The six pack of bud light cans was bad enough, but the smell was disturbing. I couldn't understand it until...
3.80 (32 reviews)
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