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Food Truck

The gourmet cousin of the “lunchwagon” (which serves up the ever popular local lunch featuring two scoops rice, macaroni salad and a meat or stew), the food truck movement has exploded on O‘ahu. With low overhead costs, food trucks are popping up all over the island, from mainland favorites like Korean-style tacos and brick-oven pizzas to local fusions like malasada burgers and pork adobo fried rice omelets. Nearly every month, there are food truck gatherings where dozens of the islands trucks converge in one spot, for one night, to present their finest offerings.

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Polo

The sport of kings meets paradise. Every Sunday from April through August, some of the best players in the state play polo in Mokule‘ia on the North Shore. While a few ladies may don their finest fancy hats and dresses, for the most part, polo here is done casually, island style with tailgating and barbeques and a dip in the ocean before the games start. Sun, sea, surf and horses all add up to make the perfect day in the country. After the matches, the fun continues until the sun goes down when the bar remains open and live music kicks off.

Visit hawaiipoloclub.com

Click here for directions from Waikiki Shore to Polo club.

He‘eia Kea

The thing that gets you most about He‘eia Fishpond in Kāne‘ohe is the quiet. It’s a stillness that’s beautiful, that is indicative of an environment untampered with since the days of the ancient Hawaiians. Historically, fishponds were created by the ali‘i, (chiefs) as stocking ponds to alleviate some of the pressure on the near-shore reef, as populations back then increased. Experience ancient Hawaiian culture and spend a day in He‘eia giving back to the ‘aina (land) with volunteer opportunities to help maintain the pond. After a hard day working the pond, stop by the newly revamped He‘eia Pier & General Store for lunch. 

Visit paepaeoheeia.org

Click here for directions from Waikiki Shore to He‘eia Kea.

Obake Files

The growth and development of O‘ahu over the years has transformed our city into a huge metropolitan. Much of our city was built over ancient Hawaiian burial grounds and it’s not uncommon today for construction to cease after iwi (bones) are found. Still, many sacred burial sites have been desecrated, disturbing the final resting place of ancestors. Hawaiian ghost tours will take you to some of the most haunted places on O‘ahu, from the areas where night marchers frequent to places where spirits still walk the deteriorated halls. The photo is of the Byodo-In Temple located in the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.

Visit oahughosttours.com

Click here for directions from Waikiki Shore to Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.

Live Music

Music on O‘ahu is increasingly diverse. From traditional Hawaiian masters to the local indie rock circuit to national acts, there is always something to see on the island at a multitude of venues. There are large arenas like Neal Blaisdell Center; outdoor waterfronts at Kaka‘ako and Aloha Tower; intimate local theatres like Hawaii Theatre; and bars and restaurants like Nextdoor Cinema Lounge and Concert Hall, Mai Tai Bar at Ala Moana Center, Lewers Lounge at Halekulani and Chai’s Island Bistro. 

Visit bampproject.com to check what acts will be touring through O‘ahu.