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Top 5 favorite Hawaii towns: HAWAII Magazine Facebook poll results



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No. 1

LAHAINA, MAUI

Our Facebook ohana selected Lahaina as their favorite Hawaii town. It’s said that Lahaina enjoyed 25 years as the capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaii, between 1820 and 1845, simply because King Kamehameha III preferred the small town over Oahu’s bustling Honolulu. The monarch knew a great shoreline town when he saw one. Today, Lahaina is less freewheeling and rowdy than it was back then, when it was also the whaling capital of the Pacific. Lahaina now offers an appealing mix of shops, eateries, art galleries and boutiques. Its historic district features glimpses at Lahaina’s plantation era architecture as well and stunning views from Front Street across the Auau Channel to Lanai. During winter months, whale-watching tours set sail from Lahaina Harbor.

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Click on the links below for the Top 5 results from previous HAWAII Magazine Facebook Ohana poll questions.

Top 5 favorite Hawaii coastline areas

Top 5 favorite filmed-in-Hawaii movies

Top 5 favorite Hawaii snorkeling spots

Top 5 favorite Hawaii beaches

Top 5 favorite filmed-in-Hawaii TV series ever

Top 5 must-have Hawaii foods (upon arrival in the Islands)

Top 5 Hawaii parks

Top 5 Hawaii music artists

Top 5 favorite hiking trails
 
Top 5 favorite places to watch a Hawaii sunset

Top 5 favorite Hawaii scenic lookouts

Top 5 favorite Hawaii valleys

Top 5 favorite Hawaii waterfalls

Top 5 favorite natural wonders of Hawaii

Top 5 favorite Hawaii plate lunch foods


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Photos: page 1 (top) Honolulu/Waikiki, Oahu - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Kirk Lee Aeder; , (bottom) Honolulu/Waikiki - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Ron Garrett; page 2 - Kailua Bay, Big Island - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Tor Johnson; page 3 - Haleiwa, Oahu - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Tor Johnson; page 4 - Hanalei, Kauai - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Tor Johnson; and page 5 (top) Lahaina, Maui - Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) Tor Johnson, (bottom) Lahaina Harbor, Rudy Calpo

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