Liliha Bakery’s Sweet Success! Their famous pastries and Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee make an ono-licious pair!
Honoring the U.S.
Military with Hawaii’s Memorial Day 2018 Events. Five ways Hawaii
salutes our Armed Forces heroes on Memorial Day Weekend
Easter & Prince Kuhio Day Blend Reverence & Traditions. Late
March and early April are packed with action throughout the Hawaiian
Islands. But it’s especially hopping on Oahu, with Prince Kuhio Day on
March 26 and Easter Sunday.
From free cultural
performances and a multi-ethnic Kalakaua Avenue parade to a grand finale
fireworks thriller off Waikiki Beach, the 24th Annual Honolulu Festival
is set to bombard the senses with a vibrant display of traditions from
Hawaii, the Pacific and Asia.
Pick a spot, set your alarm, grab a cup (or Thermos) of Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee, and set out for an early morning adventure that will make your day! Here are a few of our
favorite places to watch darkness give way to dramatic shades of red,
orange, purple and pink. It’s sure to perk you up and set the stage for a
perfect day in paradise.
Here are six sweet spots perfect for cuddling up with your sweetheart to catch the sun as it slowly slips below the horizon.
Say Aloha to Duke Kahanamoku. Hawaii’s Ambassador of Aloha & Father of Modern Surfing. On Kuhio Beach, a bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku welcomes everyone to Waikiki with open arms and it's one of the most popular attractions in Hawaii.
Hawaii is home to a culturally and ethnically diverse group of people who have created a unique set of New Year's traditions.
Hundreds of locations
around the islands have been featured in films but one of the most
popular locations is the 4,000-acre, private nature reserve called Kualoa Ranch on the island of Oahu.
is more iconic during Christmas time in downtown Honolulu than the 21-foot tall, 2-ton Shaka Santa & Mrs. Claus (Tutu Mele) relaxing with
their shoes off and basking in the warm Hawaiian weather in the
courtyard in front of Honolulu Hale (City Hall).
Believe it or not... The peaceful island of Oahu is home to one of the scariest Halloween attractions in the entire country. This year they'll be doing CLOWNS as one of the main themes. And it looks absolutely terrifying!
Everyone loves macadamia nuts and about 90% of the world's supply is grown right here in Hawaii. The trees don't grow just anywhere. They require many of the same tropical growing conditions that also makes the Big Island of Hawaii the ideal place to produce premium Kona coffee as well. Take a peak inside the world's largest factory/farm and learn some fun facts about this crunchy, buttery and amazingly delicious nut.
Many people already know Hawaii is the only U.S. state able to grow coffee commercially. But did you also know the climate, rich volcanic soil, and unique growing conditions that make Hawaii the perfect place to grow the world's best coffee also provides ideal growing conditions for one of our other favorite foods? Chocolate!
The fireworks display at Ala Moana Beach Park is consistently rated one of the top 25 shows in the country. Here is everything you need to know about this local tradition.
Tucked away in the outdoor foodcourt of the Ka Makana Ali’I Shopping center is Uncle Lani’s Poi Mochi. It may be hard to miss but if you follow the smell of something fried and sweet, you will find it for sure!
In Hawaii, Memorial Day is a holiday with rich history and meaning. It's
so much more than a long weekend. It's a special day that provides both
locals and visitors a plethora of opportunities to learn, honor, and
Even though we locals are spoiled with being so lucky to live here in Hawaii, we are still able to appreciate the amazing-ness that is Hawaii and can see why millions of people come to visit our home every year!