State in the United States of America
- Hawaii is the 50th US State admitted to the union on August 20, 1959.
- The word Hawaii doesn't have any meaning
- It is the only US state made up entirely of islands spread over 1500 miles.
- Hawaii is an archipelago
- Hawaii has the fourth largest coastline in the United States
- Hawaii do not observe day light savings time, the second state in US, other than Arizona. Hawaii has its own time zone, the Hawaiian Standard Time.
- Less than 0.1% of the Hawaii population speaks the Hawaiian language
- The cost of living in Honolulu, the capital city of Hawaii is 6.7% lower than New York and 3.6% lower than San Francisco.
- US President Barack Obama is the only presidential nominee from Hawaii.
- Hawaii is the only US state that grows Coffee
- Hawaii exports more than one-third of the world's commercial supply of pineapples. It produces more than 320,000 tonnes each year.
- The Hawaiian alphabet contains only 12 letters.
- Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is the world's most active and largest volcano
- Mauna Kea in Hawaii is the tallest mountain in the world
- As of 2003, Hawaii has 63% women in workforce, making it the largest amongst US states
- Hawaii has the highest life expectancy in the US. 75 for males and 80 for femals
- Only 19.3% of Hawaii residents are overweight, making it the least amongst US states
- Oahu is home to the world's largest wind generator