Locations In Town
Alola Tourist Bureau
The Alola Tourist Bureau is located in the Shopping District, next to the apparel shop. It exhibits a promotional video of the Alola region and hosts plenty of local goods and souvenirs. The receptionists here can install the Poké Finder into trainers Pokédex. Additionally, people can enter the local lottery here.
The Battle Buffet is located in the center of the mall's upper level. It offers a unique dining experience for trainers to eat and battle at the same time by paying a lump sum. Despite the buffets huge popularity, trainers can only visit it once per day. The more battles a trainer can contend with, the better value for their meal.
Hau'oli City Hall
The Hau'oli City Hall is located in the Shopping District, south of the local Pokémon Center. Its motto is "Serving the city's every need!". Clerks working here deal with the process of moving to the region, amongst other things. It is the administrative capital of Melemele Island.
Hau'oli Police Station
The Hau'oli Police Station is located in the Shopping District, on the way to the Marina. There is a police vehicle parked in its backyard, the only vehicle needed for the entire island. Despite the low level of crime there, Ilima also moonlights and helps with occasional cases at the Hau'oli Police Station.
Ilima lives in Hau'oli City. Ilima does a lot of work with the local Trainers' School, as well as outreach work from his own home. He has been known to give away items to young trainers to help with their journey if they visit him here. There is a good chance that Ilima will also battle you if you knock upon his door in the dead of night.
The city's malasada shop is located in the Shopping District, on the way to the Marina. It is famous for its malasadas, which are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Traditionally, the malasada comes in two different sizes, and though usually made for humans, they are a wonderful treat for all manner of Pokémon.
Mall & Shopping District
The mall is located east of the Pokémon Center. Two of the more interesting spots here include the Apparel Shop and the Salon, both of which offer a variety of different options for trainers and citizens alike. The highly sought after clothing line known as Gracidea is sold here in its store as mentioned above. A lovely shop by the name of Antiquities of the Ages sells, as one would hope, antiques. An important attraction to note here is the government-funded awareness campaign here that teaches children of the dangers of wild Bewear. Hau'oli City also hosts an open area downtown shopping districts with fenced in patches of grass for wild Pokémon to reside in.
Melemele Ferry Terminal
The Melemele Ferry Terminal is located in the Marina. Trainers and citizens alike can use this terminal to traverse between Hau'oli City and Heahea City, Aether Paradise, and Seafolk Village. Because of its role as a commercial and tourist hub, Melemele Ferry Terminal is often exceptionally busy. Vending machines can be found here filled with useful snacks and drinks for trainers and Pokémon.
Locations Around Town
The Berry Fields are a location on Melemele Island in Alola, located east of Route 2. The current owners of the Berry fields came to Alola from Camphrier Town in Kalos to promote the use of fertilizer for growing Berries in Alola. However, they soon realized that, in Alola, Berries grow very well with only the help of nature and Pokémon, so they have stopped using the fields. Several Delibird roaming the farm are used to make deliveries.
Hau'oli Cemetery is a location on Melemele Island in Alola, located east of Route 2. Hau'oli Cemetery is a graveyard for people and Pokémon alike from across Melemele Island, appropriately filled with tombstones and memorial flowers. People often come here to pay their respects to their deceased loved ones. Some of these people are Trainers missing their dead partners, and are willing to battle to try to forget about their sadness. Due to the place's substantial relationship with the dead, several different kinds of Ghost-type Pokémon can be encountered here, like in most graveyards of the Pokémon world.
Kala'e Bay is a location on Melemele Island in Alola. It can be accessed from Seaward Cave. A lovely secluded spot of the island, Kala'e Bay is picturesque, and one of the most scenic places in all of Alola. It consistently ranks as one of the top places to visit for tourists in Alola both for trainers and non-trainers alike, as many rare Pokémon can also be found here.
Melemele Meadow is a location on Melemele Island in Alola, located west of Route 3. A hidden tunnel in the west of the first flower field leads to Seaward Cave. It is a quaint and peaceful area that is entirely decorated with beautiful yellow flowers. On account of its natural beauty, many Pokémon thrive here that are not found elsewhere in Alola.
Route 2 is a route on Alola's Melemele Island, connecting Hau'oli City to Big Wave Beach, Verdant Cavern, and Route 3. Hau'oli Cemetery and the Berry fields are located along the route. It seems to be a little route with a simple dirt pathway and several grassy underbrushes.
Route 3 is a route on Alola's Melemele Island, connecting Route 2 and Route 1. It is a steep mountain path surrounded by rocks where a lot of bird Pokémon live. It is also host to a significant group of Fighting-type Pokémon. Meek trainers tend not to tarry on this route for fear of being dive-bombed by angry Flying-type Pokémon.
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Seaward Cave is a location on Melemele Island in Alola. It can be accessed from Melemele Meadow and Kala'e Bay. The cave itself is filled with many Pokémon that thrive in saltwater environments. It is dank, and not particularly safe to navigate. Despite that, it is popular with divers and treasure hunters, as some hidden goods can end up trapped in the cave after floating through from the sea, hence its name.
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Verdant Cavern is a location on Melemele Island in Alola, located in the northeastern portion of Route 2. It is the location of the trial of Ilima. The cavern itself is very dank, lit only by a few piercings of light shining through from fallen rocks in the structure of the cavern. Moss and rotted logs decorate the interior, but they serve as a fantastic environment for Pokémon to thrive within. There's an overwhelming musk but not one that would be considered unpleasant. Trainers come here to complete the Verdant Cavern Trial. The Verdant Cavern Trial is set by Trial Captain Ilima. He specializes in Normal-type Pokémon, and trainers that complete his trial are one step closer to completing the grand trial.