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Hawaii — By byun on September 12, 2009 at 8:00 am

The Hawaii.com Magazine

Looking for some up-to-date news and information about Hawaii?  Look no further than Hawaii.com, which just posted the second issue of its quarterly online publication, Hawaii.com “The Magazine”.  The 68-page September edition features user-friendly tools that make pages easy to browse and readers eager to read:

Some of the features in this month’s magazine include:

  • “Love the Beach? Hawaii is famous for them” – A compilation of the best beaches for romance, surfing and water activities and for family fun.
  • “Hawaiian nightlife” – A look at the resurgence of nightlife in the islands, including the opening of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville on Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu.
  • “The Pink Palace of the Pacific” – An in-depth profile of the historic and luxurious Royal Hawaiian Resort in Waikiki, known as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific.”
  • “Maui: The Best Island in the World” – Conde Nast Traveler readers have bestowed this honor on the island for 14 years.
  • “Small Town Charm … on Lanai” – Few travelers to the islands know of this smaller island, but those that do keep it to themselves because it is so special.
  • “Fish the Deep Blue” – Nothing compares to catching marlin of the Big Island of Hawaii.
  • “Tread Lightly on Kauai’s Glorious Off-road Terrain” – Probably the most famous hike on the island is the 11-mile Kalalau Trail.
  • “Magical Molokai” – Why this low-key island is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, bicycling or kayaking.

The issue also includes a list of the farmer’s markets on Maui, a feature about the Akatsuka Orchid Gardens on the Big Island, a look at Shangri La, the estate of Doris Duke on Oahu, and a crossword puzzle.

Future quarterly issues will focus on the people who make the islands their home, special places that inspire the world’s greatest photographers and writers, stories of legend and history, delicious food and spirits, beaches, golf, nightlife hotspots plus much more.

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