- Madang - Wikipedia
Madang (old German name: Friedrich-Wilhelmshafen) is the capital of Madang Province and is a town with a population of 27,420 (in 2005) on the north coast of Papua New Guinea
- Lost in Papua New Guinea - Smart Travel Asia
A detailed survival guide for Port Moresby and Papua New Guinea, hotels, safety, crime, and diving, by Chris Pritchard, and more from Smart Travel Asia and Dancing Wolf Media
- Tours in Papua New Guinea | Adventures in Papua New Guinea . . .
Discover Papua New Guinea with guided tours PNG is geographically remote with some of the most stunning natural scenery anywhere in the world
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- Papua New Guinea - Wikitravel
By public motor vehicles (PMV)  The most common way to travel is by PMV bus with the locals Lae, Madang, Goroka, Tari, and Mount Hagen are all connected by a good highway
- Where is Papua New Guinea | Papua New Guinea map | Papua . . .
Visit papua New Guinea - Lying just south of the equator, 160km north of Australia, Papua New Guinea (PNG) is part of a great arc of mountains stretching from Asia, through Indonesia and into the South Pacific
- Papua New Guinea - Noonsite. com
One of the most fascinating countries in the world, Papua New Guinea is definitely best visited by cruising boat This not only gives one the opportunity to catch a glimpse of life in a society still following ancient ways, but also avoids the lawlessness that has affected the large towns (on the mainland) of this rich, but poorly managed, country