An earthquake struck near Kauai, knocking out several attractions and shutting down many other areas.
The temblor struck at 5:40 a.m. local time in Kailua, Hawaii, and was felt as far away as the Big Island of Hawaii.
Kauai’s popular Kailuanamua Resort, a popular tourist attraction on the Big Isle, closed down for the night, officials said.
The resort has about 1,100 rooms, and about 80% of its guests are tourists, said David McKean, the resort’s general manager.
There were no reports of injuries.
The island’s other popular tourist attractions were closed at around 4:40 p.m., said Kaimuki Kaukua, a spokeswoman for the Kauai Tourism Board.
She did not provide any details about what the closures were for.
A spokesman for the National Weather Service in Honolulu said the earthquake had caused no damage to the Big island.
The quake, however, caused some damage in Hawaii’s second-largest city of Waikiki, where many businesses were damaged.
At least nine people were injured, including two tourists, according to the Hawaii Fire Department.
The state has declared a state of emergency.