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Chalan Kanoa (CK, as it is often abbreviated) is a settlement in Saipan, in the Northern Mariana Islands. It is located in the southwest of the island. The village contains the island's central post office, as well as the historic Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral and Mount Carmel School, directed by the Spanish Mercedarian Missionaries of Berriz. Once a separate village, it is now virtually contiguous with other nearby villages on Beach Road, including Susupe and San Antonio.
The village of Chalan Kanoa is considered to be one of the newest villages on the island.
One of the islands main thoroughfares, Beach Road, runs through Chalan Kanoa and connects it to the rest of the island.
As tourism is a large part of Saipan's economy, there are quite a few hotels located in the village. These include the recently renovated Chalan Kanoa Beach Hotel, The Aquarius Beach Tower and several small hotels are also located in the area.
Chalan Kanoa is also close to the CNMI's only lake, Lake Susupe.
- "Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel". Giga Catholic. Retrieved 2013-05-23.
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