Fun Ink

Ink the Legend: Wear the Spirit of a Polynesian Warrior

Level up your inked adventure at the Polynesian Cultural Center! In case you missed the free, non-permanent tattoos in the PCC villages, or if you’re ready to elevate your style, dive into the world of Fun Ink. Our skilled artists swiftly apply airbrushed tattoos using non-toxic paint that not only dries instantly but is also waterproof and long-lasting, ensuring your unique body art becomes an unforgettable expression of your Polynesian experience. Indulge in the artistry, embrace the vibrant colors, and carry the spirit of the islands with you wherever you go – Fun Ink, where your temporary becomes timeless!



55-370 Kamehameha Hwy,

Laie Hawaii 96762


Monday – Saturday

12 pm – 8 pm

Closed Sundays & Wednesdays


Chowder Bowl with shrimp and Taro bread

Fresh Choices, Fresh Flavors: Check Out Our Latest Menu Updates at Pounders!

Corn Chowder Taro Bowl

$15 without shrimp    $19 with shrimp

Come try our new Creamy corn chowder with bacon, onion and potatoes, served in a homemade taro bread bowl, topped with four pieces of fresh garlic shrimp.


Uncover the artistry behind crafting exquisite Hawaiian jewelry. Dive into the intricate process, where tradition meets creativity, shaping timeless pieces inspired by the islands’ rich culture and natural beauty.”


John Doe@LocalGuide
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Adjacent and on the left side of Polynesian Cultural Center. There are plenty of parking spaces for cars, especially few "working" EV charging stations from ChargePoint. It has souvenir shops, restaurants, snacks, drinks for visitors to hang around. There are restrooms. It is a good place for a quick stop during a trip to North Shore.
Bradley Coleman@LocalGuide
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Little tourist shopping place for food trucks, souvenirs and trinkets, at the entrance for the Polynesian Cultural center. Great place for shave ice, specialty sodas, malasadas, tacos, poke, and many others. Live music is great at night, and it’s a great place to grab some food and dessert for a date night.
Andrew Magnotta@LocalGuide
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A nice little marketplace that is just outside the entrance of the Polynesian Cultural Center. There is a good variety of food from trucks, stalls, and restaurants as well as some nice shops. It's definitely worth spending some time exploring here while visiting the cultural center.


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