The national capital Port Moresby is situated 120 miles (193 kilometers) southeast of Malalaua.
Malalaua isn't the only spot in Papua New Guinea that is worth experiencing; keen travelers should head off and experience the unique qualities of the surrounding landscapes, cities and cultural attractions. Iokea and Kerema are two more places worth seeing while you're in Papua New Guinea.
A surefire way to understand a region is by discovering its history. Take a trip to the war relics and monuments while you are here.
Papua New Guinea offer some fun outdoor options for active travelers who love watersports. Spearfishing and surfing are both ways to have fun upon the water here.
Local menus are an excellent way to get to know about an area. So take the time to visit some of Papua New Guinea's bars, cafés and restaurants. Breadfruit (ulu) and also coconuts are commonly used as part of dishes here. Try out some of the local specialties, such as chicken pot and kokoda fish. Papua New Guinea is the perfect place to fill up on mouthwatering saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago).
So dust off your passport, pack your backpack and head to this exceptionally beautiful part of the world.