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Aloha 2011! Best places in Hawaii to watch New Year's Eve fireworks



MAUI:

• Midnight, The Grand Wailea Resort


Where: 3850 Wailea Alanui Drive, (808) 875-1234
$$$? Free, open to public viewing from Wailea Beach Park.
The details: The best spots for the resort's annual fireworks are along Wailea Beach Park. If you're staying in Wailea, just take the Wailea Coastal Walk to Wailea Beach.


KAUAI:

• 9:30 p.m., Poipu Beach fireworks display


new_years_eve_fireworks_2011_best_placesWhere: Poipu Beach Beach Park on Kauai's south shore
$$$? Free, open to the public.
The details: The best views are at the Sheraton Kauai Resort and Poipu Beach Park, but you can catch the aerial display from many of the Poipu area resorts, condos and beaches.


LANAI:

• Midnight, Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay

 
Where: Hulopoe Beach, (808) 565-2000
$$$? Free, open to public viewing from Hulopoe Beach
The details: There are awesome views of the fireworks from the Four Seasons Manele Bay property and from the sands of Hulopoe Beach.


If we’ve missed any Hawaii New Year’s Eve 2010 fireworks displays on our list, let us know with a comment here or on our Facebook and Twitter pages.


Photos: Aloha Tower Marketplace New Year's Eve fireworks (pg. 1); Waikiki New Year's eve fireworks, Jon Okuma (pg. 2)

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