Port Moresby, the national capital, is situated roughly 280 miles (451 kilometers) southeast of Kundiawa.
Kundiawa isn't the only place in this intriguing region that is worth experiencing; intrepid travelers should be sure to set aside plenty of time to experience the charms of the surrounding countryside, cities and cultural attractions. Kol, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Bundi, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest of Kundiawa are also well worth checking out.
Go to Papua New Guinea's craft workshops. These are great destinations to spend time, especially when the weather is a little moody.
Those searching for action can test their limits by signing up for a mountain climbing or hiking adventure.
A way to experience the true personality of a place is by exploring the restaurants and cafés in the area. Try something off the menu and get to know locals. Breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are just two prized ingredients. Follow the hungry locals and enjoy chicken pot or kokoda fish. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago) is perfect to round out your Papua New Guinea meal.
There is no doubt about it, Papua New Guinea is an exceptionally beautiful place that you will linger in your memories for many years.