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Polynesian Cultural Center Luau
Cuisine: Hawaiian, Polynesian, Regional, Seafood
Price Range: $$$$
On the North Shore of Oahu sits the expansive, 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center. The center features interactive villages showcasing the traditions of the island people of Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa,... Read More
On the North Shore of Oahu sits the expansive, 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center. The center features interactive villages showcasing the traditions of the island people of Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa, Aotearoa, Fiji and Tahiti. Each village is filled with cultural demonstrations, family-friendly activities and more. The center is also home to one of Oahu's best luau programs. The dance, traditional clothing and storytelling, visitors get to experience the pastimes and traditions of Polynesia's peoples. Plus, there's a big buffet not to be missed. The best part is a roasted pig being unearthed from an imu, or a Hawaiian underground oven. (Note: As the Polynesian Cultural Center is ran by the Church of Latter Day Saints alcoholic drinks are not served.)
55-370 Kamehameha Highway
Laie, HI 96762
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- Best for Family Friendly Because: This is luau and the grounds it's on is all about entertainment and is practically a theme park kids will love.
- Best for Windward Oahu's Best Restaurants, Buffet Because: The Polynesian Cultural Center is an attraction on it's own, but the all you can eat Hawaiian buffet is known as some of the best around.
- Best for East Oahu's Best Restaurants Because: Trips to Hawaii aren't complete without a luau, and this is one of the best on the island.