CorelDraw Map Port Moresby Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea, is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique characteristics and features.   Here is an overview of some of the main districts and neighborhoods in Port Moresby:

  1. Downtown Port Moresby: The central business district (CBD) is the heart of the city, featuring government offices, major businesses, and commercial areas. It’s a bustling area with high-rise buildings, shopping centers, and financial institutions. Some prominent landmarks in this area include Parliament House and Ela Beach.
  2. Waigani: Located near the CBD, Waigani is the administrative center of Papua New Guinea. It houses government buildings, foreign embassies, and the University of Papua New Guinea. It’s a well-planned area with wide streets and green spaces.
  3. Boroko: Boroko is a residential and commercial district, offering a mix of housing, shopping, and dining options. It’s known for its markets, including the Boroko Food and Craft Market, where you can find local produce and traditional crafts.
  4. Gordons: This area is a mix of residential and commercial spaces. Gordons Market is popular for fresh produce, and there are various schools and churches in the vicinity.
  5. Hohola: Hohola is primarily a residential neighborhood. It’s known for its accessibility to the city center and the Jacksons International Airport. This area has various educational institutions and healthcare facilities.
  6. Koki: Koki is a coastal neighborhood known for its picturesque views of the sea. It has a busy market and is famous for seafood and cultural events. The Koki Fish Market is a must-visit for seafood lovers.
  7. Gerehu: Gerehu is a growing suburb with residential and commercial developments. It is located on the outskirts of the city and offers a more suburban lifestyle. The Gerehu Market is a hub for local products.
  8. Tokarara: Tokarara is a residential area known for its community spirit and local markets. It’s away from the city center but offers a quieter atmosphere.
  9. Hanuabada: Hanuabada is a historic village located on stilts over the sea. It’s one of the most famous traditional villages in Port Moresby and provides a glimpse into the local culture and lifestyle.
  10. Touaguba Hill: This upscale residential area offers stunning views of the ocean and is home to many expatriates. It has a range of high-end residences, embassies, and international schools.

Port Moresby is a diverse and vibrant city with a mix of modern and traditional elements. While some areas are more developed and urban, others retain a strong cultural and community identity. As with any city, it’s important to exercise caution and be aware of the local conditions and safety guidelines when exploring Port Moresby.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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