Island Buffett provides all the island fixings! Kalua pork, barron of beef, herb and panko crusted island fish, tofu stir fry, and more. The best part of it all is that it's all you can eat! #EatPolynesia
An integral part of Hawaiian culture is the care and nurturing of family, or ohana. From ancient times to the present Hawaiians embrace the opportunity of living in the company of aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and yes, even the in-laws. Link in our bio for more info!
Was the #PolynesianCulturalCenter your favorite stop on Oahu? Hawaii Magazine wants to know what you think is Hawaii's Best Family Attraction. Place your vote by clicking our link in bio. Your vote enters you for a chance to win a dine-around-town package worth $250! Pretty good deal, right?
Have you been to Pounder's Restaurant located here at the Hukilau Marketplace? Come enjoy their fresh island-style dining! With a wide variety of menu items, there's a little of something for everyone to enjoy. @poundersrestaurant#EatPolynesia
For the past five years, the Polynesian FootballHall of Fame has honored some of the earlier legendary stars of the football league. During last month's emotional enshrinement ceremony, many of the inductees credited their Polynesian culture and ancestors in their success. Check out the link in our bio to read more!
Welcome to paradise! The only thing missing is YOU because paradise is only fun when you have people to share it with. Come on over to the center to see what the island life is really all about!
If you don't already know, the annual Moanikeala Hula Festival is returning this Saturday at the Hawaiian village here are the center! Performances begin at 12pm. Admission is $12 but free for annual pass holders! Come celebrate the beauty of traditional Hawaiian hula!
Uncle Hamana Kalili is best known as the founder of the shaka! An accident at a nearby sugar mill caused him to lose his three middle fingers on his right hand. As a show of respect, members of the community would wave back in the same manner. The gesture quickly spread and is used all over the world!
The Polynesian Cultural Center is fun for family members of all ages! With dance lessons, food, self-guided canoe rides, and cultural activities; there’s a little something for everyone! We hope to see you and your ohana here soon!
Have you been to the Samoan village? If your answer was ‘no’ then we suggest you change that as soon as possible! There is plenty to see, do, and eat. The traditional fire knife is a performance best seen live...so don’t miss out!
When you’re in Hawaii it’s important to remember that sometimes you just need to treat yourself. What better way to do that than sipping on an ice cold piña colada under the tropical sun? Well....what are you waiting for? #eatpolynesia