Introduction to Ewa Beach, Hawaii
Ewa Beach, Hawaii, in Honolulu county, is 10 miles W of Honolulu, Hawaii. The town forms part of the surrounding Honolulu metro area, although it is not an isolated town. Approximately 14,650 people live in Eva Beach.
Ewa Beach History
The word Ewa means stray in the Hawaiian language. The mythology that surrounds the area is that the Gods were playing with rolling stones which rolled away and landed in a place; that place of landing came to be known as Ewa. Ewa Beach is in Honolulu county, which was incorporated in the year 1907.
Ewa Beach and nearby Attractions
- Ewa Beach Shopping Center
- Ewa Beach Park
- One‘ula Beach
- Ewa Beach Community Park
- Honolulu Zoo
Things To Do In Ewa Beach
One‘ula Beach is a great hangout zone for the tourists where people bask in the sun and play in the waters. One can also visit the Honolulu Zoo. The Ewa Beach Park and Ewa Beach Community Park are also worth visiting while in Ewa Beach. The Ewa Beach Shopping Center is a must visit for tourists who want to pick up stuff from this town. The Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Bishop Museum are nearby. In addition, Ewa Beach organizes several recreational events throughout the year.
Ewa Beach Transportation
Honolulu International Airport is the nearest airport to Ewa Beach.
Ewa Beach Higher Education
Institutes offering higher educational facilities to residents of Ewa Beach include the Leeward Community College, Kapioloni Community College, Honolulu Community College, and Brigham Young University - Hawaii campus.