Polynesian Cultural Center

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The park is broken up into sections based on traditional island countries of the Pacific Ocean. In the Fiji Village, people have heard the sound of tribal drums being played when no one is around. In the Marquesas Island village, people have seen and heard the ghost of a little boy, who roams the village crying and screaming. In various lagoons around the complex, people have reported seeing the apparition of a woman in white floating face down in the water. She vanishes when approached.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Laie, HI
United States

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21.640878617852913, -157.92105162698363
Honolulu County, Hawaii
Nearest Towns:
La'ie, HI (0.3 mi.)
Hau'ula, HI (2.4 mi.)
Kahuku, HI (3.3 mi.)
Punaluu, HI (5.4 mi.)
Punalu'u, HI (5.7 mi.)
Kawela Bay, HI (7.2 mi.)
Ka'a'awa, HI (7.2 mi.)
Pupukea, HI (8.6 mi.)
WaiKane, HI (10.9 mi.)
Whitmore Village, HI (11.0 mi.)


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