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Aiea Travel Guide  

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Aiea can be referred to as a CDP, i.e. census designated place situated in the ‘City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, US’. Aiea stands out from its fellow cities in terms of race, i.e. the biggest concentration of people relating to Japanese heritage are found over here.

The postal code is 96701. As per US Censor Bureau, this CDP happens to comprise of an area of 4.5 sq. Km, 0.3 sq. Km of which is water. Even though Aiea might seem to be much smaller geographically, majority of residents, while having described Aiea refer to majority of northern shore relating of Pearl Harbor’s East Loch to Aiea Bay, inclusive of associated uplands which rise northwards in to the Ko’olau Mountains.

Royal Summit and Newtown Communities are situated at Aiea’s western edge adjoining its edge with ‘Pearl City’ (at Kaahumanu Street).

The population as per 2000 census was 9019.

Summer season is the best period to visit Aiea. It lasts from April to September.

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Overall Guide : Pearl Harbor The tragic incidences and subsequent changes linked with the above-mentioned naval base go on to make it one of the crucial portions of American heritage and history. The harbor is, by all means, large. However, Arizona memorial... more and Visitor’s Center are tourism hubs. These places do not have any entry fees as such. Diamond Head State Monument This crater, that too, of a volcano that does not exist anymore got the above-mentioned name when various Western explorers went on to mistake calcite crystals (found over there) for diamonds. A historic trail towards 761-feet summit begins in the crater itself. Moreover, it’s a simple, steep hike of about 45 minutes to top. It’s advisable to wear appropriate footwear as well as sunscreen, along with bringing a flashlight for lighting the way via tunnels. This place remains open from 6:00 to 18:00 daily.
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