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Cost of Living in Hawaii in 2024

Cost of Living in Hawaii in 2024

Hawaii is a trophy destination, a never-in-a-lifetime or once-in-a-lifetime experience for too many. Some calculations suggest that the average Hawaii trip cost per person is roughly $1,899 a week for fun in the sun. Idyllic white sand ...

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Kahala Restaurants Guide

Kahala Restaurants Guide

The prestigious neighborhood of Kahala on Honolulu, Hawaii's south shore has long been home to some of Oahu's elite. Living in Kahala wasn't always a status symbol but in the last 100 years, the neighborhood has become synonymous with affluence and ...

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Top 8 Golf Courses Near Ewa Beach, HI

Top 8 Golf Courses Near Ewa Beach, HI

Located on the stunning coast of Mamala Bay on the leeward side of Oahu, Ewa Beach is one of Hawaii's best-kept secrets. What was once a small plantation town, has since then transformed into an incredible paradise for golfers all over the world. ...

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Ko Olina Beach Guide

Ko Olina Beach Guide

Photo: April S on Tripadvisor Whether you are visiting the Ko Olina Resort or planning a move to Ko Olina, or are just in the area, beach culture is likely something that has crossed your mind. Especially since this community is located on the ...

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Things To Do in Ko Olina

Things To Do in Ko Olina

Photo: Turning Left For Less As a large community packed with various sub-neighborhoods and resort buildings, there is a nice selection of pastime activities, experiences, and locations to visit while staying in the area. All of these experiences ...

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Ko Olina Restaurants Guide

Ko Olina Restaurants Guide

Photo: Eggs 'n Things Ko Olina is an incredibly popular area not only for resort lifestyle but for dining, as there are a plethora of amazing restaurants packed into the 642-acre master-planned community. From breakfast spots to seafood, Italian and ...

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5 Must-See Places To Watch The Sunset on Oahu

5 Must-See Places To Watch The Sunset on Oahu

One thing you'll learn about Moving to Hawaii is there's nothing like the Hawaiian Sun. Having lived on both the East and West shores of the island, I can tell you that I enjoy all phases Oahu's solar amenity but when it comes to the contested ...

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Why I Moved to Kakaako... And Why I Left!

Why I Moved to Kakaako... And Why I Left!

Long before buying a Kakaako condo was even on my radar, I bought my first home in Mililani which is a suburb in Central Oahu about 20 miles from metro Honolulu. Mililani is this all-American, master planned community that feels very ...

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Manoa Restaurants Guide

Manoa Restaurants Guide

Cover Photo: Off The Hook Poke Market Part of what makes Living in Manoa so desirable is not just lush scenery and  uber easy convenience to Honolulu, but its array of great in-neighborhood amenities. Eateries and cafés are among those ...

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Things To Do in Manoa

Things To Do in Manoa

Cover Photo: AllTrails Manoa is a cute yet popular residential neighborhood located within Manoa Valley at the base of the Ko'olau Mountain range. This valley community is densely packed with single-family homes, some low-rise condominiums, and even ...

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What You Need to Know About Living In Ewa Beach

What You Need to Know About Living In Ewa Beach

Ewa Beach is a highly sought-after suburb of Honolulu. What was once numerous sugar cane plantations exporting to all over the globe has transformed into world-class golf courses, fantastic restaurants, and excellent shopping opportunities. In ...

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Top 9 Reasons You Need To Live In Kaka'ako

Top 9 Reasons You Need To Live In Kaka'ako

When it comes to a rich history and deeply rooted Hawaiian culture, few places can compare to Kaka'ako. For centuries, this island community has been a gathering place for Hawaiian royalty, artists, and musicians. Today, Kaka'ako is known for its ...

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9 Best Things About Living In Kaneohe

9 Best Things About Living In Kaneohe

Kaneohe is a census-designated place (CDP) in the City and County of Honolulu on the island of Oahu. The town is located at the northern end of Kaneohe Bay and radiates inland up the steep windward slope of the Ko‘olau Mountain Range. In ...

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Top 10 Best Restaurants in Hawai'i Kai

Top 10 Best Restaurants in Hawai'i Kai

The food culture in Hawai'i Kai is a special one, given that many of Hawai'i Kai's restaurants are all located along the same street or within the Koko Marina Center. This means that foodies will have no problem finding a restaurant to eat at ...

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Shopping in Hawai'i Kai

Shopping in Hawai'i Kai

Given that Hawai'i Kai is the largest residential area/neighborhood in all of Southeastern O'ahu, many residents are in need of places to purchase their daily necessities, groceries, and clothing. Luckily, there are many stores conveniently located ...

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Beaches in Hawai'i Kai

Beaches in Hawai'i Kai

Beaches are a staple in Hawai'i culture, given that the Hawaiian islands have beaches (whether rocky or sandy) all around their coastlines. Beaches in Hawai'i are a means for families to gather and spend time together, for people to go surfing on ...

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Things To Do in Hawai'i Kai

Things To Do in Hawai'i Kai

Hawai'i Kai, O'ahu's largest residential community on its Southeastern shore, was created by billionaire industrialist Henry J. Kaiser, who turned the then-kiawe-flatland into the affluent suburban area it is today. Many people are drawn to Hawai'i ...

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