Religious Places in Hawaii

An imitation of a 950-year-old Buddhist sanctuary, Byodo-In Temple invite guests from all religions.

Byodo In Temple

Located in Kailua-Kona, Mokuaikoua Church is the oldest Christian church and a wonderful religious place to visit in Hawaii.

Mokuaikaua Church

The Lai Hawaii Temple is a shrine to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) located on the upper east coast of the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

Laie Hawaii Temple

The Hindu Monastery of Kauai was established in 1970. This Hindu monastery is a philosophical theological college and is home to amateur priests.

Kauai’s Hindu Monastery

Kawaiahaʻo Church is a notable congregational church located in downtown Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

Kawaiahao Church

The Star of the Sea Painted Church in Kalapana, Hawaii was built in 1927 under the influence of Father Evariste Gillen, a Belgian Catholic evangelist.

Star of the Sea Painted Church

Just go to We'll Hui Church in Kauai. Built in the year 1912, We'll Hula is a lush green church that is famous for its beauty and scenic views.

Wai’oli Hui’ia Church

About 16 miles from the shore of Kilauea, on the southeast coast of the Big Island, is a trail that leads to Pu'u Loa, Hawaii's largest area of petroglyphs.

Pu’u Loa Petroglyphs

Hawaiian culture divides the local people into classes of bosses, ministers, gifted workers and ordinary citizens, operating under a system of laws called kapu.

Pu’uhonua o Honaunau Historical Park

In Kealakeakua Bay State Historical Park, on the west coast of Hawaii, lies a massive, raised foundation of steep volcanic rock.

Hikiau Heiau

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