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Koror, Babeldaob Island intro. The little-known island of Babadaob, Koror, is a treasure of quiet, unspoiled beaches lined with palm groves, mountains, isolated villages, rainforests, waterfalls and mangrove swamps, as yet untouched by the heavy hand of mass tourism. Set in the Micronesian Palau archipelago, it's the largest in the nation and the least-developed for its population level. The eastern coastline has glorious sandy beaches lapped by warm, azure seas, and the western coast is home to pristine mangrove forests. The island offers a choice of Babeldaob Island hotels, from basic to luxury, many located close to or backing the pretty beaches with their unspoiled reefs and clear waters displaying coral gardens and an amazing array of marine life. On land, tucked away in the towns and villages are historic buildings and landmarks from the islands' rich heritage and culture. The fascinating Etipson Museum is privately-owned, with amazing Micronesian and Palauan artefacts from all periods in the islands' history.