Polynesian Cultural Center, Oahu

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  • Polenysian Culture Center
    Polenysian Culture Center
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    Crafts at Polynesian Center
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    Mormon Temple.
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    If you are.........................

    by joanj Written Aug 23, 2004

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    Banyan Tree Snack bar

    Favorite thing: If you are visiting the Polynesian Culture Centre and need to sit a while with a cold drink, then the Banyan Tree Snack bar is ideal as it has comfortable chairs, and sunshades, plenty of space to sit, and the tables are not crowded together, which is nice.

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    The Polynesian Culture Center.

    by Waalewiener Updated Mar 28, 2003

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    Polenysian Culture Center

    Favorite thing: This is a living Museum and Culture Center were the recreation of tribals and their customs ,Art ,Crafts and Sport is shown.
    This Cultural Center is located next to the Campus of the BYU Hawaii, and it is along the road S.R -83. The site is 42 acres large.

    Fondest memory: Hwy, 83 Laie Hawaii.
    Open Monday to Saturday 12.30 -9.30 pm.
    Canoe Pageant Mon -Sat 2.30 pm.
    Evening Pageant Mon -Sat 7.30 pm.
    Imax Theather Mon-Sat 2-7 pm.
    General admission Adults $27 Child 5-11 $16.Gateway Package Adult $47 Child 5-11
    $30 Dinner and show included.
    Luau Package Adult $59 Child 5-11 $59
    Dinner and evening Show included.
    Ambassador Package Adult $95 Child 5-11
    $63 Special Guided service.

    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Family Travel

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    The Hawaiian Mormon Temple in Oahu.

    by Waalewiener Written Mar 28, 2003

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    Mormon Temple.

    Favorite thing: The first ever Temple constructed outside the continental United States built in 1919
    The Temple is built from volcanic rock, in the form of a Greek cross and it is surrounded by magnificent terraced Garden and reflecting Pools.

    Fondest memory: Free guided Tours are available from the Polynesian Center every 15 minutes.
    The Mormon Temple is open from 9.am till 8 pm.
    Adress 55-600 Naniloa Loop, Laie, Hawaii.

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    • Family Travel
    • Historical Travel

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