Kapolei is a relatively new and extremely fast-growing town on the Leeward Coast of the island of Oahu.

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You can in by the following roads. Interstate H1 If this town is where Interstate H1 ends in the west, then it’s the first major town when you enter on Interstate H1 east or west. There is another route you can take

Route 7110, If you want to stick up with another route than Interstate H1 in Waipahu. You can take this route to get there. It’s part of the segment of Farrington Highway (Route 93), also Route 93 is the only access to get to Kapolei from Waianae. So take this route.

If you are near Ewa you can take the former Route 764 road, Geiger Road, which later turns out into Roosevelt Ave, when you leave Ewa.

It’s a pretty neat town but it’s also it’s first town when you use Interstate H1. It’s located at the Leeward Coast of Oahu. So why you should enjoy walking around here. If you take Fort Barrete Road from Kalaeloa Airport, that’s a nice easy access to enter there. Also, you can find good houses on estate websites, a house finder. Even, there is a good way to get into town!

  • Wet n’ Wild Hawaii, off Hwy 93 (From Waipahu, Route 7101 or Interstate H1 W to exit 1, turn left a short way and then turn right when you see the barricades on the Old Farrington Hwy; from Waianae, Route 93 S until you enter on Interstate H1 and take exit 1B, turn right on Kamokila Blvd, then turn right on Kapolei Pkwy, then turn right on Kalaeloa Blvd, then turn right on Farrington Hwy when you see the barricades). A great place for families to visit. Lately there have been some maintenance issues, so expect parts of the water park to be closed. Wet n’ Wild offers both food and drink such as fries and pizza at a premium. 
  • 21.3179-158.09341 Syam Center for Natural Medicine (Treat yourself- get healthy), 2176 Lauwiliwili Street, #103 (Take H1 to Kapolei, on Lauwiliwili behind Costco), +1 808-226-3321, e-mail: henry@syamcenter.com. 8:30AM-7PM. Natural medicine – Get a massage, have an acupuncture treatment. Yoga is coming soon upstairs. 

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