The most known attraction in the Polynesian Cultural Center would be its extravagant dinner show, and that was really great as I had expected. I'd like to show you some scenes of the wonderful pageant, but picture shooting was prohibited. The pictures below were from the warm-up show performed by students of BYU. In such a situation, I don't drink a beer to avoid spending time in the washroom, but it was sad to eat steaks without wine. The center was run by the Mormon foundation and alcoholic beverages were prohibited in the park due to religious reasons.
The long-waited dinner show started at 7.30 after the stage was blanketed by darkness. While I was watching the show, I often forgot to eat the gorgeous dinner. The story was gripping and was about a baby who was born in a King's family and grew up to a great leader of the nation. It's worth while to visit Hawaii and watch!