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Best things to do in Kaneohe Bay

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

General Travel
“At the Visitor's Center they offer Ranch grown saltwater shrimp, oysters, grass-fed beef and typically some local fruit and vegetables. You can also pre-order as supplies sometimes run out. ”
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American Restaurant
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“Very good food in Kaneohe on Haiku Rd All the foods from American Food to Asian Food with a great views . Opens on Sunday 9;30 am till 9 pm and Monday to Saturday from 4:30 to 10 pm ”
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Shopping Mall
“Nice indoor shopping mall with a great open market every Wednesday afternoon and Sunday morning. Fun indoor play area for the toddlers”
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Temple
“Beautiful Temple and Cemetary space. Increible place for some gorgeous photos.”
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Cemetery
“Valley of the Temples Memorial Park is a memorial park located on the windward side of the Hawaiian island of Oʻahu at the foot of the Koʻolau mountains, near the town of Kāneʻohe. Thousands of Buddhist, Shinto, Protestant and Catholic residents of Hawaiʻi are buried in this memorial park. ”
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Farmers Market
“Macadamia nuts farm! They sell local fresh macadamia nuts. The tours run at 11am and 1 pm daily every day and cost $20.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Try the salt and vinegar chicken wings in the deli section, they are to die for!”
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Restaurant
“Fresh island fish and more. Try the poke bar, smoked meat or daily plate lunch specials. Take out or eat in.”
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Park
“Sunny calm expanse of beach with grassy flatland. Great for a picnic getaway and spectacular views of Mokoli'i (Chinaman's Hat Island) and nā Ko'olau.”
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Restaurant
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“If you ever want to try local Hawaiian Food, this is the place to be. Don't forget to save room for their famous "Sweet Lady of Waiahole" dessert!”
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Premise
“Beautiful reproduction of what a Japanese temple would look like with the Koolau Mountains as a back drop. ”
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Island
“Great little island to kayak around to see turtles and marine life. Breathtaking beach located on the back side, with outstanding hike to the top. that's where you can take beautiful pictures. ”
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Point of Interest
“You can rent a kayak out to the calm sandbar with beautiful turquoise colors. ”
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Restaurant
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“This is not in our neighborhood. Its about 45 minutes away at the Northest :-) North Shore. But, this is our friend Mike's place -Mike's Huli Huli Chicken and because his place has been featured on FoodNetwork, HGTV and The Travel Channel, some many times that he's now a celebrity. Its also on the list because they cook great food and he never hesitates when people ask to take pics. And people ask all day, everyday.”
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Beach
“Great spot for photos, picnics, beach walks and just hanging out. This is one of our go-to spots to walk our dog and enjoy a less crowded beach. The famous Mokoli'i island aka China Man's Hat can be seen here. Take a nice long walk down "Secret Island" and enjoy ocean and mountain views without the crowds.”
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Movie Theatre
“While you're out shopping you can take in a movie at the Windward Mall. Multiple selections and times. ”
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