This, the largest outdoor stadium in Hawai'i, is the site of all major football and baseball events on Oahu including the ... More
This, the largest outdoor stadium in Hawai'i, is the site of all major football and baseball events on Oahu including the Aloha Bowl and the Pro Bowl . The world's largest superstars, from The Rolling Stones to Prince, perform here when they come to town. In addition, the enormous Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is held here three times weekly. The stadium can hold more than 30,000 people. It features a state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar sound system and a 19x26 foot Sony Jumbotron television
The Aloha Stadium is a great location to spend an afternoon at. Very close to all sorts of things hawaiian. If you're there for the flea-market/ swap meet, then my suggestion to you is "Don't buy the item at the first booth you find it" shop around and haggle with the locals. There is at least 5 booths with the same product. So take your time and shop around. If you're young and cute you can get things free. About the location, AIEA is the city where the stadium is located and there is plenty to do within a two mile radius. There is the Pearl Ridge Mall, Pearl Harbor, 24hr fittnes, and local pastry shops all within a handfull of minutes.
Guide Michael Walther has spent his life studying local flora and fauna, and he imparts his knowledge during these interesting
eco excursions. Invigorate yourself with an early morning hike to the 763 foot summit of the Diamond Head Crater. ...
Protestant missionaries established their headquarters on this site in 1820. The prim New England style white Frame House dates to
1821. The Coral House, so named because it was built from blocks of coral, houses the original iron and ...
Located on the island of Oahu, a half mile from the airport, the Honolulu Airport Hotel is ideally suited for
the traveler passing through the island. With a free airport shuttle, parking for a fee of $25.00 per day, ...