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180 Sand Island Access Rd
Honolulu, HI 96819
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Premier Businesses in Hawaii, HI

Stacey's Mobile Screen Repairs
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Takase Doors & Service
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Akamai Pumping Service
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Allen Christiansen Construction, Inc.
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Things To Do in Hawaii, HI

Annual Ukulele FestivalAnnual Ukulele Festival

Enjoy the sweet strains of the instrument that has come to symbolize Hawaii. At the Annual Ukulele Festival in Hawaii, guest artists and a ukulele orchestra of more than 800 schoolchildren entertain the thousands who attend each year in downtown Waikiki.

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The Beach House RestaurantThe Beach House Restaurant

Nothing says romance like a breathtaking sunset view. Maybe the only thing that can top it is a fine dining experience on a romantic date at The Beach House Restaurant, with its mouth-watering Pacific Rim cuisine. Combine both and you're in for a memorable evening.

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The Byodo-In TempleThe Byodo-In Temple

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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Honolulu ZooHonolulu Zoo

The Honolulu Zoo features more than 1,230 animals in a 300-acre setting that comes from royal beginnings. The zoo was established by grants made by the sovereign monarch of King David Kalakaua. In 1877, the land in the area was beautified and opened as Queen Kapiolani Park in honor of Julia Kapiolani, Queen Consort of Hawaii.

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