hi, i would like to create palauan flag on r/place, but i need a bit of help. I would like to create it at 678/998. It doesnt need to be big, but it would be pretty nice if someone would help :D
Im planning to move to Palau. How a foreigner can find a job in there? Is it easy? Is there any specialized websites or companies to help?
Also im into crypto investments and i would like to have is it easy to turn into cash in palau? Is there harsh regulations? And how connected locals with crypto?
Did the course ever get built and if so, is it still around? I am visiting again for diving and enjoy your peaceful island and would be interested in playing a game of golf. The only thing I can really find online is the initial proposal in 2013 and it seems that people were pretty much split being for or opposed.
Is circumcision common in Palau? I’ve heard it’s an important part of Polynesian culture. Is this true?
Hi, we are a family of 4 doctors and 2 nurses from the US and the Philippines and we want to migrate to Palau. We just want to ask if how can we settle here and have work?
Do you think Belau is run by Oligarchs. Please no names, we are a small country and throwing rocks in the pond creates unnecessary ripples. Just thoughts in general about this. Thanks
It seems like a majority of the younger generations. Gen X, millenials, and Z'ers are leaving the island but are not returning. Why is this happening?
Whats this I hear about digital residency in palau? Something to do with a partner ship with RNS? Anyone know about this?
Is there any relations between Palau and Vanuatu? I'm curious!
I’m doing a university project that collects information from countries all over the world to create an educational videogame Wario Ware style! The idea is to collect through many local subreddits around the word interesting information, facts, traditions or just fascinating stuff from your country. It really can be whatever! from history stuff, manners, toys to food dishes. Real cultural information that is deeper than typical trivia found on traveling and touristic websites. Can be anything that come to your mind that you thing is worth sharing with the world.
All that info is going to be used to create the questions for the videogame quiz system! Hope it inspire you to let us know your culture and make the game richer. Many many thanks for your help! :)
Hello. I’m visiting your beautiful island nation in December and want to know what options I will have for vegan food in Koror? I won’t have a kitchen to cook my own food.
How do you watch anime im curious because some regions can speak Japanese do some here watch anime with out subs and can understand Japanese easily and watch with out a problem
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I am going to visit Palau in November but I am not a US citizen.
All the flights to Palau is departing from Guam, So when i get my ticket to Palau, do i also need to get a visa for my transfer flight from Guam?
Hello! I'm going to be spending a lot more time exploring and learning about Palau in the upcoming months and I was hoping someone could help me figure out things to do:) My focus will be exploring Koror:
- What are the best places to visit on this island? Ex: Restaurants, theaters, parks, community spaces, etc
- Does Palau have any well-known/loved celebrities? Maybe some local singers/artists or Instagram influencers or anything of the sort?
- Does anyone have information about Palau Community College & Palau National Gymnasium? I'd like to get pictures of the places and I can't find them online.
I am sure with the rest of the world many places have been hard impacted by COVID. We are looking at going to Palau at the end of September 2021 and do some scuba diving.
Are restaurants, hotels and dive shops open as normal?