Tinian is one of the three principal islands of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
A Great History
Traces of human settlements on Tinian have been found by archaeologists ranging over 4,000 years in datings. Of volcanic formation, it rises to an elevation of 614 feet (187 metres). Tinian was administered by Japan before World War II and became a major sugarcane-growing and sugar-processing centre. After its capture by U.S.-led Allied forces in 1944, the island was converted into a major U.S. military air base, equipped with what were then the world’s longest runways.
The Diamond Casino on Tinian
Treat yourself at the most beautiful hotel and sunset on Tinian. The crystal water, colorful marine life, and pristine coral reef surrounding the island offer excellent snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing. Abandoned Shinto shrines, canons in caves, and ruins in the jungle are ready to tell their stories. Let Tinian Diamond Hotel & Casino be your host in wonderful Tinian