Polynesian Cultural Center
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Polynesian Cultural Center is Hawaii's top paid visitor attraction featuring 7 island villages, exhibits and the award-winning Alii Luau & Ha: Breath of Life.
villages of polynesia, figi, tonga, samoa, tahiti, hawaii, new zealand. Their Luau shows are great and Night Show Spectacular. Native Dancers working their way through school.
The Polynesian Cultural Center is a Polynesian-themed theme park and living museum located in Laie, on the northern shore of Oahu.
Located on the North Shore side of the Island. Visiting this attraction can last up to 8 hours
Learn about the Polynesian culture and stay for the luau and entertaining night show
luau, tours, food trucks, shopping fire show, dancing, tours of the islands rich history and more.
A great place to go and learn more about Polynesian culture first hand. Learn how to husk a coconut, see the Tahitians shake it, and indulge in some tradition Polynesian foods.
A wonderful way to “see” all of Polynesia. Don’t miss the incredible Night Show!
We've tried all the best shacks on the northern end of the island and this place has by far the BEST spicy garlic shrimp, plus tons of shops for great gifts. A must stop!
It’s the closest luau to Hibiscus Studio. Hukilau Market has lots of cool shops to check out and different places to eat at. If you’ve ever had interest in the Polynesian Culture this is the perfect place to experience.
Get your history in! Entertaining shows and history in the closest thing Oahu has to a "Theme Park".
The Polynesian Cultural Center is a Polynesian-themed theme park and living museum located right here in Laie.
“ATV tours, working ranch and Jurassic Park filming location. Lots to do here!”
“Discover Hawai‘i’s history and living culture, learn about Polynesian wayfinding, and experience the thrill of an erupting volcano—only at Bishop Museum.”
“Offers delectable breakfast pastries and their famous Haupia (coconut) pie. Come here for a very hearty plate lunch like the loco moco. (temporarily closed)”
“An iconic, culturally impactful, and famous bay with a beautiful beach. Great for snorkeling and swimming. If you're lucky, you'll see spinner dolphins in the summer. Waimea Bay is also home to “The Eddie,” a premier event in the world of surfing. ”
“You’ll pass it driving to Haleiwa. If you have time I’d recommend watching the sunset one day. It’s a great beach to swim at during any season but winter. Winter season is big surf and usually has surf competitions you can check out. ”