Hawaii Visitors Bureau, 2270 Kalakaua Avenue #801, Honolulu HI
800-464-2924; Fax: 808-924-0293. Email: email@example.com. Web:
http://www.gohawaii.com and http://www.visit.hawaii.org.
State Bird: nene (Hawaiian island goose)
State Dance: hula
State Fish: humuhumunukunuku apua'a (rectangular reef triggerfish)
State Flower: Hawaiian yellow hibiscus
State Gem: black coral
State Marine Mammal: humpback whale
State Motto: The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.
State Nickname: Aloha State
State Song: Hawaii Ponoi (Hawaii's Own)
State Individual Sport: surfing
State Team Sport: outrigger canoe paddling
State Tree: kukui (candlenut)
Hawai‘i Color: red
Hawai‘i Flower: pua leluais
Kaho‘olawe Color: gray
Kaho‘olawe Flower: hinahina (native heliotrope)
Kaua‘i Color: purple
Kaua‘i Flower: mokihana
Kaua‘i Nickname: The Garden Island
Lana‘i Color: orange
Lana‘i Flower: kauna'oa (native dodder)
Maui Color: pink
Maui Flower: lokolani (damask rose)
Moloka‘i Color: green
Moloka‘i Flower: pua kukui (candlenut tree)
Ni‘ihau Color: white
Ni‘ihau Flower: pa pa (momi)
O‘ahu Color: golden yellow
O‘ahu Flower: pua 'ilima (dodder shrubs)
Lahaina, Hawaii — Capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Hawaii — Present state capital.
Blue Hawaii; Hawaiian Love Song; Farewell Hawaii; Hawaii Five-O; Hawaii
Ponoi (Hawaii's Own); Hawaiian Bells; Hawaiian Islands; Hawaiian Lulluby;
Hawaiian Sunset; Hawaiian Tattoo; Hawaiian War Chant; and Hawaiian
Hawaii is the only U.S. state that is completely surrounded by water.
Iolani Palace is the only official royal residence in the U.S.
The island of Lanai was at one time
completely owned by Dole Foods and was the largest pineapple plantation in the world.