Located on the edge of the American Memorial Park, the relics of the lampstand in Saipan were built during the Japanese rule. The building is still very strong, and you can climb the observation deck. The view is very wide and free to visit.
The relics of the candlesticks in Saipan were buildings built during the Japanese rule and a symbol of Japan's maritime power. Now they have become evidence of Japanese military aggression! The historical significance can be seen from here
The vestige of this lighthouse is now located a little bit northeast of Garapan, next to the American Memorial Park. The location is more convenient. Although it is not as spectacular as the top of Tapochau Mountain, it is not bad. You can see the Battleship Island.
The remains of the lampstand is just a small attraction on Saipan. It is strongly recommended that you do not have to come to this attraction specifically for it. Now there are only simple buildings.
The relics of the lampstand are very interesting. The relics here are all white buildings. You can see many traces of the construction of the US military. The water quality is good.