Database containing zip codes from Guam. All data can be fetched using REST API or GraphQL. Source: Geonames.
Guam is an unincorporated yet organized USA territory that contains Guam Island in the North Pacific Ocean's Western side. Guam is one of the 5 territories that contain an established civilian government. Hagåtña is the capital of Guam. Also, it is known to be the Mariana island's southernmost and largest island.
Postal codes in Guam
The zip codes used in Guam are made with 5 digits.
Guam's geographical overview
Guam is a United States territory situated in the western Pacific Ocean at the Philippine Sea's boundary. It is the largest member of the Mariana archipelago, which itself Micronesia's northernmost group of islands.
Guam is the only island containing multiple airports and protected harbor connecting Hawaii, Asia, Japan, and Papua New Guinea.
The total area of Guam is 541 km2. At the same time, the population of Guam is 173,000.
Guam contains a tropical rainforest climate. The driest month of Guam is March which is dry enough to qualify as a tropical monsoon climate. While the weather here is usually humid and hot, that contains a little weather variation only throughout the year. Therefore, Guam has an equable temperature year around.
The average temperature of the island of Guam ranges between 24.4°C to 30°C.
Economy of Guam
Guam's economy majorly depends upon tourism. It is known to be a popular tourist place, especially for the Japanese. Tumon is the tourist hub in Guam. Besides tourism, locally owned businesses and Department of Defense installations are also major economical sources for Guam. Under a special law by Congress' provision, the treasury of Guam receives the federal income taxes that local taxpayers used to pay here.