Futura Stone Of Hawaii

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(808) 834-7625

1050 Kikowaena Pl
Honolulu, HI 96819
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Things To Do in Hawaii, HI

Valley of the TemplesValley of the Temples

Visit the Valley of the Temples in Oahu, a memorial park that lies at the foot of the 2,000-foot Koolau Range. The highlight of the area is a Japanese temple called Byodo-In.

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World Botanical GardensWorld Botanical Gardens

The World Botanical Gardens is the premier destination for nature lovers, featuring more than 5,000 species of native Hawaiian plants and others from around the world. Located on the big island of Hawaii, the World Botanical Gardens includes a triple-tiered, 300-foot waterfall known as Umauma Falls.

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Taste of HawaiiTaste of Hawaii

Indulge in the ultimate Sunday brunch at the annual Taste of Hawaii, where more than 50 acclaimed chefs join together to create an amazing meal on a 50-acre private park. Vendors, musicians and entertainers round out the fun.

 
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Contemporary MuseumContemporary Museum

The Contemporary Museum occupies a unique place in the creative culture of Hawaii: It is the sole museum in the state dedicated to showing only contemporary art. In fact, the museum has two locations to present the provocative, dynamic forms of visual arts. The first is at the historic Cooke-Spalding house, and the other is downtown at First Hawaiian Center.

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