Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands - Port Moresby (PDF Chapter)
This is the Port Moresby chapter from Lonely Planet’s Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands guidebook.
Many visitors spend as little time as possible in gritty Port Moresby, which is expensive, dangerous (according to expats) and not easily walkable. It does however offer a superb museum, friendly locals and a gourmet meal after weeks in the provinces.
- discover cultural treasures tucked inside the terrific National Museum & Art Gallery
- load up on one-of-a-kind indigenous art at the colourful monthly Ela Beach Craft Market
- dine out at Korean, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Indian and fine-dining restaurants, like Rapala, in PNG’s culinary hot spot
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Sights, Activities, Festivals & Events, Sleeping, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping and Sogeri Road.
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