Etpison Museum, Koror
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Celebrate the history and culture of Pacific Islanders at Etpison Museum, a local institution dedicated to telling visitors the story of the country and surrounding region. Exhibits and artifacts introduce you to the technological developments and cultural heritage of Palau's communities, with informative displays and hands-on activities for kids. Canoes, fish traps, and rare ceremonial shells provide clear and engaging narratives of island life, while a large collection of antique maps and early photographs tell the story of European exploration and its first contact with local inhabitants. Plan your Etpison Museum visit and explore what else you can see and do in Koror using our Koror vacation planner.
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普通の博物館ですが、ガイドさんに説明してもらいながら行く方がパラオの文化をより詳しく感じられて良いと思います。個人で行くよりも全然中身が濃くなります。 私が訪れた時は、受付の人や中で働く従業員は基本的に無愛想でした。日本とは違うなと感じます。 ２階にはお土産がたくさんありますが、日本に持って帰る様なものがあるかどうかと聞かれると疑問です。Ordinary Museum is a guide, I to would go as explained in Palau and felt good for more information. Than go on at all is dark. Employees at the reception or in when I visited was blunt. I think a different Japan. And whether or not there are things like home, on the second floor there is a lot of souvenirs, Japan has asked that question.show original
受付の日本語の非常に上手な中年パラオ女性が丁寧に説明してくれました。本では学べない色々な事柄を教えて頂きました。パラオでは男は海に出て、女性が子供の教育を担当していたことを知りました。開館早々で他に客が居なかった事も幸いでした。1階と地階が展示室で2階は土産の小物を売っていました。多くの土産が並べていますが、パラオの物は？と質問すると一つのケースのみで、殆んどの物は外からの物です。Japan language was very middle-aged Palau woman explained politely. Was taught various things you can't learn this. In Palau the man out to sea and found that women were responsible for the education of children. It wasn't the other by opening early was blessed. On the first floor and basement were selling souvenir items in the exhibition room is on the second floor. Many souvenirs are arranged thing in Palau? And ask questions and in only one case, most of it which ones is a thing from the outside.show original
There are three floors. The top floor is a large shop, which sells all kinds of Palauan souvenirs. The bottom two floors contain many interesting exhibits about the islands and their culture. It is a ... read more »
This isn't the Smithsonian, but there are only 2 museums in Koror (as well as the WWII Museum on Peleliu), and I'd say they're both worth a visit on a day off from diving. They complement one another well, and don't feel like they overlap. Palauans got to the islands over 2,000 years ago, which is pretty amazing, and worth learning about. Exhibits on that particular side of things are better at the Etpison Museum than at the Belau National Museum, which is better for more recent events. You can read every word in the Etpison Museum in an hour or so. The whole upstairs is a gift shop. Be sure to go all the way downstairs, where there's a small exhibit on shipbuilding and ocean traveling.
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