Even a freshwater lake in Saipan can be a scenic spot. It is mainly the only freshwater lake with a bloody history. Because the only freshwater lake was poisoned by the Japanese army, it is still not drinkable.
I originally planned to drive to see it, but when I walked halfway I found that the road on the Google map became a private area, no trespass, and beware of dogs. It was really scary. I finally got out of the car and walked in from a small road.
I was in the class for three years and lived in Freshwater Lake for two years. I remember that there were Japanese singers who came to my house to shoot MVs. The water was not poisonous. Back then, a Chinese guy who went fishing would often give me a fish that was close to me, let me follow The local people said that he was allowed to fish, so I had eaten that fish. I remember that there was a homemade boat made by my friend. I don't know if people and things are in good condition, so I miss it. If any friends come to Freshwater Lake, please help me to say hello to Jesse, the owner of the private estate!
Susupai Lake, an inland lake, turned around. It was not big and very primitive. I saw local houses and schools on the road. It was very local. It is said that the water has been poisoned by the Japanese, but there are still a lot of fish in it. I don’t know if the lake water is really poisonous.
Susupai Lake is also called Ghost Lake. It was originally a beautiful, quiet and peaceful lake without people. Under the rendering of history, it also makes people feel a little chilly.