The 50th state is one of the most elusive, with a "forbidden island," diverse customs, and its very own language. Headed to the Aloha State? Before you visit, read up on these interesting facts and symbols.
The largest annual block party in the state features four stages of live entertainment and a variety of booths that offer a taste of Hawaiian cuisine, crafts, and culture.
If you’re looking for a getaway from the noise, the Honolulu Museum of Art has the perfect balance of art, soothing gardens, and stimulating programming for everyone.
Curious about the island’s snacking past time? Here’s a look at crack seed; what it is, why it’s popular, and where to get it.
Leis are made with organic materials from the island, and as you know, Hawaii is known for its exquisite tropical flowers. Jasmine and ginger flowers make leis memorably fragrant.
Royal palaces, Pearl Harbor and a church made from hand-chiseled coral are just a few of the historic landmarks in Honolulu.
Chinatown in Honolulu is one of the oldest in the United States, so if you find yourself in Oahu this Chinese New Year, you’re in luck! A parade, fireworks, lion dances, and traditional and modern Chinese fare will be available during the annual street festival in downtown Honolulu.
Did you know that coconut bras and cellophane skirts are a modern invention?
Once home to Hawaii’s last reigning monarchs, the ʻIolani Palace in downtown Honolulu remains an important centerpiece of Hawaiian national identity.