- TripBuzz found 38 things to do indoors in the Kapaa area. From Kauai's Hindu Monastery to Coconut Marketplace, Kapaa offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 19 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 20 different types of things to do inside in or near Kapaa, Hawaii. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Malls, Religious Buildings, Art Gallery and Spas.
- There are 2 indoor activities in Kapaa, and 36 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hanapepe, Lihue, Hanalei and Kilauea.
A traditional South Indian monastery-temple, Kauai's Hindu Monastery is the headquarters and seminary for the Saiva Siddhantha Church. Visitors can participate in morning worship. A once-weekly guided tour provides access to the gardens and grounds, temple, and a 12-foot granite statue of the God Siva.
Enjoy a healing, restorative Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage at Angeline's Lomi Lomi Massage on Kauai Island, Hawaii. Lomi Lomi combines full-body steaming with salt rubs, oils and simultaneous massage by two expert masseuses.
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The Garden Island of Kauai, the original setting of South Pacific, is a natural home for South Pacific Dinner & Theatre. The theater hosts a nightly production adapted from the original Broadway play, and visitors can dine as they watch.
The Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall is a historic venue for a variety of performances and events. Notable events have included a Christmas Hula concert, drum festivals, and craft fairs featuring local artists.
Kauai Plantation Railway brings plantation life to the front with complete tours of the farm lands and yards. Here can be found a variety of farm animals to entertain young and old, and the vast Kilohana Plantation hosting dozens of fruits and vegetables.
The Koloa Rum Company is focused in a Kalaheo distillery that was established in 2008. The actual still that is used for the creation of the rum was built by Liberty Coppersmiths in Philadelphia in 1947 before being later refurbished.