Kuhio Beach Park, Honolulu

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Kuhio Beach Park, Honolulu - Address

Address: Honolulu, HI 96815, USA

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The Kuhio Beach Park built in 1951, is a part of the famous Waikiki beach.

The beach is popular for three main attractions- the Prince Kuhio Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue (dedicated to the Olympic swimmer) and the Stones of Kapaemahu. The Stones of Kapaemahu represent four legendary men: Kapaemahu, Kahaloa, Kapuni and Kinohi who came to Hawaii from another country and had healing powers.

The beach itself is a tourist attraction with a shallow shelf where you can can take a dip in the water and golden sands that gleam under the sun.

Kuhio Beach Park Information

  • Carry bottled drinking water.
  • Wearing sunscreen will help to protect from the sun.

Kuhio Beach Park Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Kuhio Beach Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • The beach is closed from 2.00 am to 5.00 am

How To reach Kuhio Beach Park by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Kalakaua Ave + Opp Uluniu Ave
  • By Taxi
  • By hiring a local Cab
  • By renting a Car/Bike

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  • Great community event for everyone. Watch the sun set then move to the performance area for a show that is different each time. Extremely skilled musicians!

  • Awesome show, 3 times a week. Tues/Thurs/Sat. Shows start at 6:30pm, be early or be left without a seat. (November-February shows start at 6:00pm)

  • Nice, free show with a great atmosphere. Great work to maintain cultural traditions with the youth of Oahu.

  • Gets crowded. Lawn seating only. It's a nice show with music and hula dancing; adds a nice atmosphere and it's free. Tuesdays and Fridays only. Worth stopping by if already in the area. Some live performances also available at Royal Hawaiian Center and International Village if it is too crowded here.

  • Small but nice place to swim n relax.. beautiful view

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