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A Little About Laie

Laie is a historic town on the North Shore of Oahu. Laie is found on the opposite side of the island from the state capitol, but is still technically considered a part of the City and County of Honolulu. Laie, literally meaning, “ie leaf,” has been central to Hawaiian culture for centuries. During ancient times, Laie was a city of refuge, allowing fugitives the opportunity to seek forgiveness for transgressions without fear of retribution or punishment. More recently, in the late nineteenth century, Laie was settled by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Laie was home to a large sugar plantation, as well as a number of other agricultural facilities. Laie is currently the location of the Laie Hawaii Temple, a large and architecturally beautiful facility found adjacent to Brigham Young University Hawaii, which is also a branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Laie’s largest tourist attraction is the Polynesian Cultural Center, a multi acre park that seeks to exhibit different Polynesian cultures.

The Polynesian Cultural Center features societies including those of Tonga, New Zealand, and Fiji, as well as regular luaus and special performances. Laie has a total population of about four thousand six hundred residents, and includes about a thousand homes and condos. Laie’s best known and most popular coastal attraction is Laie Beach Park, which is popular for both swimming and fishing. There are a number of other popular scenic attractions and beaches in the area, such as Hukilau Beach, Pounders Beach, and Laie Point. Laie is home to Laie Elementary School, although the community itself does not include any intermediate or high schools.

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