The Legends Of Hawaiʻi Lūʻau dinner show has recently been restructured. The dinner show in Hawaii at the Hilton Waikoloa Village has been revamped to tell more Hawaiian legends. The show begins on April 12, 2013 and will continue every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Waikoloa Village in the Kamehameha Court. Actors in the show portray the Waiomina Cowboys and the Hawaiian fishermen, wearing traditional-style costumes with flowers.

Visitors can look forward to seeing fire drummers and dances. New to the show, interactive stations with coconut husking and Kapa Stamping. Kapa cloths were worn in ancient times in Hawaii. Stamping was sometimes used to create designs on the cloths. Bamboo stamps were often used. Guests to the attraction can print bookmarks to demonstrate and help them learn about the the methods that Hawaiian people used. Of course, a hula is a part of the show, too.

This dinner show in Hawaii is $109 for adults and $54 for children. The price includes two alcoholic beverages or children’s drinks, a buffet dinner, and the tip. The Hilton Waikoloa Village, where the dinner is held has 1,024 guest rooms, three pools, and a lagoon for snorkeling. Two of the resort’s pools have water slides and waterfalls. Waikoloa Village features a walkway museum with a $7 million collection.

This picturesque resort’s landscaped grounds has waterfalls. With nine eateries on the grounds, there are plenty of dining options. The hotel’s steak and seafood restaurant was chosen as one of the 100 most romantic restaurants in the United States by OpenTable’s Diner’s Choice Awards. Other activities include tennis, golf, and ukulele lessons. The Kohala Spa offers guests treatments based on the Hawaiian culture.

The Hilton Waikoloa Village is about 20 minutes away from the Kona Airport.  It is located on Hawaii’s Big Island. The entrance is located off of Waikoloa Beach Drive.

Dinner Show in Hawaii

Watch a dinner show in Hawaii at The Hilton Waikoloa
Photo courtesy of Hilton Resorts

 

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