Like a dormant volcano awakening, Hawaiians have been reclaiming their ancient traditions and language since the 1960s. Now Oahu is rising too, giving visitors all the more reason to venture beyond the resorts and chic comforts of Waikiīki. Savor the past with kālua-pig, outrigger canoe rides, and the Surfjack Hotel, which salutes the surf scene of the tiki bar era. Then explore the island's vibrant contemporary culture from cutting-edge Chinatown restaurants to the murals helping to revitalize Honolulu's once-industrial Kakaako district.
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