Travel Apia in wonderful Samoa!
Despite Apia’s reputation as merely a shabby and run-down locale, this Samoan city has much to offer, home to vibrant neighbourhoods teeming with life and magnificent places where you can eat, drink, and recover from jet lag before seeing the majority of Samoa’s highlights outside of town.
Because Apia is relatively small, much of the city is within walking distance making it easy to navigate and soak it all up.
Head to the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, Apia Museum or perhaps Robert Louis Stevenson’s Grave, best visited early in the morning for unsurpassed views across the east and the Pacific. Spend your afternoon on Mulinu’u peninsula which holds parliament house and the historic observatory before hiring some snorkelling gear on the eastern end of the beach to marvel at Apia’s abundant reef life.
Enjoy a walk along the sea wall promenade of Apia in the late afternoon, bumping into the friendly locals on your way. Find all your kitsch collectibles and local handicrafts at the flea market in the west of town or marketi fou (the new market) further inland. Be sure to fill up on some culinary treats like umu (earth oven cooked) roast pig, or the tongue-teasing palosami. Book a cheap international flight with Jetabroad today and see Apia for yourself.
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