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"Island Theme Park"
One of Hawaii's top visitor attractions, this tropical 42-acre site showcases seven Polynesian regions: Fiji, Hawai'i, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Visitors enjoy frequent crafts demonstrations, musical performances, games and more. The famous Canoe Pageant reenacts the myths and legends of Polynesia through song and dance, all atop floating canoes. A spectacular show is presented nightly, along with a lavish luau feast. There's also an IMAX theater.
55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI, United States, 96762
"Island Theme Park"
One of Hawaii's top visitor attractions, this tropical 42-acre site showcases seven Polynesian regions: Fiji, Hawai'i, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Visitors enjoy frequent crafts demonstrations, musical performances, games and more. The famous Canoe Pageant reenacts the myths and legends of Polynesia through song and dance, all atop floating canoes. A spectacular show is presented nightly, along with a lavish luau feast. There's also an IMAX theater.
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Polynesian Cultural Center

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Ali'i Luau
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Pounders Restaurant
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Shop Polynesia
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55-370 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI, United States, 96762
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