Micronesia Mall (Japanese: ミクロネシアモール; Korean: 미크로네시아 몰; Spanish: Centro comercial Micronesia; Russian: Микронезия Молл) is a shopping mall in Dededo, Guam. Located at the intersection of Guam highways 1 and 16, it is the largest shopping center in the United States territory of Guam with over 100 stores and restaurants.

Micronesia Mall
Micronesia Mall logo
LocationDededo, Guam
Coordinates13°31′10.06″N 144°49′2.79″E / 13.5194611°N 144.8174417°E / 13.5194611; 144.8174417
Address1088 West Marine Corps Drive
Opening dateAugust 8, 1988
OwnerGoodwind Corporation
No. of stores and services102 (as of March 2021)
No. of anchor tenants4
Total retail floor area700,000 sq ft (65,000 m2)
No. of floors2
Parking7 levels of garage parking and 1000 ground level parking spaces

The four anchor stores are Ross Dress for Less, two 149,377 sq ft (13,877.6 m2) Macy's stores, which are the only Macy's west of Hawaii, and a 24-hour Payless Supermarket. The mall is also home to stores such as Gap, Guess, Levi's, and Foot Locker. The mall is also home to a 24-restaurant food court and a 12-screen movie theater featuring all stadium 3D/digital technology. Funtastic Park, an amusement park is inside the mall featuring seven rides including a roller coaster, carousel, bumper cars, pirate ship, Crazy Cans, Jungle Safari, Lady Bug and an arcade.

Other retail chains include ABC Store, Vitamin World, GNC, Bench, GTA, and Docomo Pacific. Toys "R" Us’ only location in Guam was in this mall up until the 2018 Bankruptcy, the store closed on June 27, with no prior announcement or liquidation sale.

Fast food, restaurant and snack chains include Burger King, Panda Express, Cold Stone Creamery, Häagen-Dazs, Denny's, Great American Cookies, KFC, Pretzelmaker, Raising Cane's, Sbarro, Subway, Taco Bell, Tutti Frutti, Chatime, Coffee Beanery, Honolulu Cookie Company, Cinnabon, Pepper Lunch, Robeks, as well as Jollibee and Winchell's Donuts on the outskirts of the mall.



The Micronesia Mall opened on August 8, 1988, a date chosen by its owners for luck: The number "8" is considered a lucky number by Chinese and other Asian cultures.[1] Its first store was a Sterling Department Store, which opened ahead of the rest of the mall.[2] The store was later purchased by Liberty House in 1994, which was replaced by Macy's in 2001.[1] A major expansion was completed in 1998, doubling the mall's size.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Micronesia Mall Celebrating 25 Years: History & Growth" (PDF). Pacific Daily News. August 2013. pp. 6, 8. Retrieved November 19, 2021.
  2. ^ Counsell, Pat (August 9, 1988). "Sterling opens in Micronesian Mall". Pacific Daily News. p. 1. Retrieved November 19, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.