The Games Village, on the outskirts of Samoa’s capital city Apia, is on track to welcome more than 4,000 athletes for the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games.

The Fire and Emergency Services Authority is carrying out inspections to check that smoke and fire alarms are installed, that there are enough emergency exits in all buildings, and that electrical wiring is up to standard.

Accomodation Project Manager- Amosa Tapuai said that as of now all the preparations are ahead of schedule.

Providing a comfortable, secure and safe area for athletes to rest during their stay in Samoa has been a key priority for the Pacific Games Office.

Amosa added that all aspects of setting up a Games Village has been explored to ensure that teams will enjoy the experience.

The dining hall is an expansive, high-ceilinged building with a view of the sea – seating up to 1500 people at a time.

The Pacific Games Office has maximised the space so that queues for hungry athletes will be kept to a minimum.

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