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Hawai'i Convention Center (Kitchen)

The Hawai'i Convention Center is a frequent Lost filming location depicting the Sydney Airport, but the kitchen was a location as well.


The convention center was built in 1997, opened in 1998, and has 1,007,000 sq. ft of space (93,000 sq. m) and cost over $200 million. It has been voted the most beautiful convention center in the world by International Association of Exhibition Management. The ground floor exhibit hall has 200,000 sq. ft of space, and features a 2.5 acres tropical rooftop garden. Hawaiian and polynesian motifs are to be found throughout. The project to build the convention center was the largest "design to build" project in the history of the state.

See also:
Other areas of the convention center have also been used for Lost filming location. These are:
Hawai'i Convention Center
Convention Center Rooftop


2270 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96815

Phone: (808) 923-1811

Directions: The convention center is bordered on three sides by Kalakaua Ave., Kapiolani Blvd., and the Ala Wai Canal. From Waikiki, simply exit Waikiki on Kalakaua Ave. Parking entrances exist on both the oceanside and Kalakaua sides.

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