Living in Hawaii

Extend your adventure in Hawaii by living in the Aloha State. Gorgeous weather, pristine beaches and a wide range of activities mean that living in Hawaii is truly akin to living in Paradise.

The state of Hawaii is actually divided into 8 main islands: Ni'ihau, Kaua'i, O'ahu, Moloka'i, Lana'i, Kaho'olawe, Maui, and Hawai'i. Oahu, Maui and Hawaii are the three largest islands of the eight that make up the state of Hawaii.

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Hawaii knows how to celebrate, so join the fun at these festivals and annual shows.
Find out where the locals go with our handy list of Hawaii's hidden treasures.

Hawaii's ties to the Polynesian culture means that it is heavily influences by Asian developments, and the state continues to develop with modern technology and infrastructure.

Tourism and the military make up the bulk of Hawaii's economy. The state is the Pacific-Asian headquarters for the U.S. Navy, Air Force, Marines and Army. Pearl Harbor is the main site for the military here.

Agriculturally, Hawaii produces sandalwood, sugarcane, macadamia nuts and pineapple, its four biggest exports.

Hawaii's $10 billion tourism industry employs a large number of Hawaii residents, who enjoy Kama'aina rates (special discounts for locals) on everything from breakfast cereal to golf course rates.

 

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Hawaii Government

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State of Hawaii

Phone: (808) 586-0221
Web: www.ehawaii.gov

Governor of Hawaii

Phone: (808) 586-0034
Web: www.hawaii.gov/gov

Hawaii County Fire Department

Hawaii County Fire Department

Phone: (808) 981-8394
Web: www.hawaiicounty.gov/fire/

Hawaii County Fire Department

Hawaii County Police Department

Phone: (808) 935-3311
Web: www.hawaiipolice.com

Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau

Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau

Phone: (800) 464-2924
Web: www.gohawaii.com

The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii

The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii

Phone: (808) 545-4300
Web: www.cochawaii.com

 

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Hawaii Transportation

The Bus

The Bus

Phone: (808) 848-5555
Web: www.thebus.org

Hana Airport

Phone: (808) 248-8471
Web: www.hawaii.gov/hnm

Hilo International Airport

Phone: (808) 934-5838
Web: www.hawaii.gov/ito

Honolulu International Airport (HNL)

Phone: (808) 836-6411
Web: www.hawaii.gov/hnl

Kahului Airport

Phone: (808) 872-3830
Web: www.hawaii.gov/ogg

Kona International Airport

Phone: (808) 327-9520
Web: www.hawaii.gov/koa

Lihue Airport

Phone: (808) 246-1400
Web: www.hawaii.gov/lih

Molokai Airport

Phone: (808) 567-6140
Web: www.hawaii.gov/mkk

Upolu Airport

Phone: (808) 329-2484
Web: www.hawaii.gov/upp