Real Estate Tips:
One way to diversify your investment portfolio is through real estate. Although real estate might not have the glitz stock market investing, it is usually a solid core investment part of a portfolio. Often, real estate will hold its value when the market takes a downward turn, thereby; buffering any market loss. One way to diversify your investment portfolio is through real estate. Although real estate might not have the glitz stock market investing, it is usually a solid core investment part of a portfolio. Often, real estate will hold its value when the market takes a downward turn, thereby; buffering any market loss.
3 Popular Attractions In Hawaii
- Honolulu Zoo: Zoo in Honolulu, on the island of Oahu.
- Kualoa Ranch: Natural reserve and cattle ranch in Kaneohe, on the island of Oahu.
- Hawaii is the most isolated population center on the face of the earth. Hawaii is 2,390 miles from California; 3,850 miles from Japan; 4,900 miles from China; and 5,280 miles from the Philippines.
- The wind blows east to west in Hawaii. The highest recorded temperature is 96′ F (Honolulu Airport), but temperatures over 92′ F generally occur only once or twice a year. The lowest temperature (under 3000 feet altitude) is 56′ F. Temperatures under 60′ F may occur but rarely more than once a year. Average daytime temp. (July) is 82′ F. Average daytime temperature in January is 72′ F.
- Hawaiian Monarchy was illegally overthrown by the United States.
- There are no racial/ethnic majorities in Hawaii.
(as of 2020)
|Density||Highest point||Elevation||Age (Ma)||Location|
|Hawaiʻi||The Big Island||4,028.0sqmi (10,432.5km2)||200,629||45.948/sqmi (17.7407/km2)||Mauna Kea||13,796ft (4,205m)||0.4|
|Maui||The Valley Isle||727.2sqmi (1,883.4km2)||164,221||198.630/sqmi (76.692/km2)||Haleakalā||10,023ft (3,055m)||1.3–0.8|
|Oʻahu||The Gathering Place||596.7sqmi (1,545.4km2)||1,016,508||1,597.46/sqmi (616.78/km2)||Mount Kaʻala||4,003ft (1,220m)||3.7–2.6|
|Kauaʻi||The Garden Isle||552.3sqmi (1,430.5km2)||73,298||121.168/sqmi (46.783/km2)||Kawaikini||5,243ft (1,598m)||5.1|
|Molokaʻi||The Friendly Isle||260.0sqmi (673.4km2)||7,345||28.250/sqmi (10.9074/km2)||Kamakou||4,961ft (1,512m)||1.9–1.8|
|Lānaʻi||The Pineapple Isle||140.5sqmi (363.9km2)||3,367||22.313/sqmi (8.615/km2)||Lānaʻihale||3,366ft (1,026m)||1.3|
|Niʻihau||The Forbidden Isle||69.5sqmi (180.0km2)||84||2.45/sqmi (0.944/km2)||Mount Pānīʻau||1,250ft (381m)||4.9|
|Kahoʻolawe||The Target Isle||44.6sqmi (115.5km2)||0||0/sq mi (0/km2)||Puʻu Moaulanui||1,483ft (452m)||1.0|
|Filipino||13.6%||See Filipinos in Hawaii|
|Japanese||12.6%||See Japanese in Hawaii|
|Polynesian||9.0%||See Native Hawaiians|
|Germans||7.4%||See German American|
|Irish||5.2%||See Irish American|
|English||4.6%||See English American|
|Portuguese||4.3%||See Portuguese in Hawaii|
|Chinese||4.1%||See Chinese in Hawaii|
|Korean||3.1%||See Korean American|
|Mexican||2.9%||See Mexican American|
|Puerto Rican||2.8%||See Puerto Ricans in Hawaii|
|Italian||2.7%||See Italian American|
|African||2.4%||See African American|
|French||1.7%||See French American|
|Samoan||1.3%||See Samoans in Hawaii|
|Scottish||1.2%||See Scottish American|
|Affiliation||% of Hawaiʻi's population|
|Nothing in particular||20|
|Other Non-Christian faiths||0.5|
Hawaii is the only U.S. state located in Oceania and the only one composed entirely of islands. It is the northernmost island group in Polynesia, occupying most of an archipelago in the central Pacific Ocean. Hawaii is the southernmost U.S. state and the second westernmost after Alaska.