7° 30' North Latitude, 133° 30' East Longitude. Palau (sometimes spelled Belau or Pelew), officially the Republic of Palau (Palauan: Beluu er a Belau)...READ MORE
Palau's early history is still largely veiled in mystery. Why, how or when people arrived on our beautiful islands is unknown, but studies indicate that today's...
The seal of Palau depicts a traditional meeting center. The executive seal, used by overseas missions and by the nation's president, is also of a similar design...READ MORE
Ngerulmud is the capital of the Republic of Palau, an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. It replaced Koror, Palau's largest city, as capital in 2006. The settlement...READ MORE
Executive Order 141: The Embassy of the Republic of Palau in the Republic of the Philippines proudly represents the People and the Government of Palau before the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and Other accredited Embassies on matters, programs and policies that are actively and advocating the national interest of the Republic of Palau.
Efficiently assist the Ministry of State implement Palau's Foreign Policies, manage/strengthen international relations and facilitate the constant flow of Official communications between the Government of Palau and the Government of the Philippines as well as Other cross-accredited Embassies to the Republic of Palau.
Keynote address by Palau's President Tommy Remengesau Jr. to the United Nations conference on 'Healthy Oceans and Seas'