FMTC Featured Merchant: Polynesian Cultural Center

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Founded in 1963, the Polynesian Cultural Center is Hawaii’s #1 paid attraction and considered a “must-do” for every guest traveling to Hawaii.


Why Polynesian Cultural Center?

Situated on the North Shore side of the island of Oahu, the spectacular 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center is an authentic cultural experience that immerses guests in the traditions, history, and hospitality of the islands of the South Pacific. It is a family-friendly attraction featuring 6 authentic island villages and various interactive and exciting exhibits.

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Authentic Experiences

Guests can also enjoy our award-winning Hawaiian luau experience, “Alii Luau” and also witness the spectacular “Ha: Breath of Life” show, the largest Polynesian production in the world. Multiple Hawaii’s best attraction, best tours, and people’s choice awards.

Authentic island villages and natives from six Pacific cultures. Royal Ali’i Luau all-you-can-eat Polynesian buffet with vegan options.

“Go Native” activities – spear throwing, umu cooking and other games, crafts, and ceremonies.

Affiliate program details
Drawing nearly 1 million visitors a year and voted USA Today’s Readers Choice “Best Hawaii Attraction,” Polynesian Cultural Center’s affiliate program is hosted by Impact Radius and managed by Sound Partner Marketing.

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Live & Breath Hawaii

A new front entrance now features mini-museum displays of artefacts from each of the islands represented at the Center, as well as hand-carved replicas of the various voyaging canoes used throughout Polynesia.

An exhibit featuring moai statues of Rapa Nui or Easter Island — created onsite by artisans from Rapa Nui — has opened to round out representation of the Polynesian Triangle; the all-new Hale Aloha venue now houses the award-winning Ali’i Luau, as does the all-new Hale Kuai and Hale ‘Ohana, with a fun show featuring songs and dances that take guests on a journey around the Hawaiian Islands and into the heart of Hawai’i’s people.


Aloha to Fun

Canoe tours in the tropical lagoon and daily canoe pageants.

8 side-by-side Zipline runs featuring Climb Works Keana Farms.

Free admission: Polynesian Football Hall of Fame featuring lava stones, koa, ohia wood, and more.

Foreign language tour guide options.


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