Waipahu is a CPD located in Honolulu City, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States of America. Waipahu has an area of 2.6 square miles of which 0.1 square mile is water and the rest is land. According to a recent census, Waipahu has a number of approximately 33,000 residents. The area which is in our time Waipahu is a former sugar plantation. Its name means "burst or gush fort" in Hawaiian. If you decide to visit this beautiful locality, you should know more about its great point of interest.
Top Attractions within Waipahu
Hawaii's Plantation Village is an outdoor museum of Waipahu presenting the lifestyle of the workers that lived in the area of the city when this was still a plantation. The museum opened in 1992 and has within its area original homes and also replicas of those in which lived people who came in the state and lived in Waipahu, on the plantation between the mid 19th century and the 1940s. Guided tours are available from Monday until Saturday, from 10 AM to 2 PM and the admission is free for children under three, the costs varying depending the age for the others. For adults, the entrance fee is of 13 dollars.
Pali Municipal Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole course located in Waipahu. This attraction is one of the most important for those living in the area and for those of Honolulu County, a lot of them considering this public course one of the best in the area. Inside the facility, a restaurant and a bar are available and you can enjoy them after a long game.
Shiros Saimin Heaven is a family restaurant located in Waipahu. The atmosphere is great, the staff is friendly and the service is quick. If you will visit it, we recommend you to order Saimin and Double Terri Cheese Delux with Fries, the specialties of the house.