Introduction to Waipio, Hawaii
The population of Waipio is 11,672.
Waipio is in Honolulu County, which was formed on April 30, 1907. It is the site of the Battle of Kipapa Gulch. In fact the battle began at the Waikakalaua Gulch and in due course made its way into the Kipapa Gulch. Waipio is a Hawaiian term meaning "curved water". It is a census - designated place of the Ewa District.
Waipio and nearby Attractions
- Bishop Museum
- Hapuna Beach State Park
- U. S. Museum of Hawaii
- Hawaii Maritime Center
- Diamond Head State Monument
- Iolani Palace
Things To Do In Waipio
History buffs can visit the U.S Army Museum of Hawaii. They can also visit the Hawaii Plantation Village which offers an outdoor museum, where the life of the plantation workers is depicted. Tourists can also visit the Queen Emma Summer Palace. Halawa Beach Park and the Kauna'oa Beach are ideal destinations for a family day out. One can even visit the Waipio Valley Artworks. Those interested in shopping can visit the Waipio Shopping Center.
Honolulu International Airport is the nearest airport.
Waipio Higher Education
One can pursue higher education from Leeward Community College, Honolulu Community College, Brigham Young University - Hawaii Campus, and Kapiolani Community College.