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Opposite the Ala Moana Center shopping mall, this city park is fronted by a broad, golden-sand beach, nearly a mile long and buffered from passing traffic...
For a sweeping view of the area, make the 1.5-mile climb up Diamond Head , the 760ft extinct volcano that forms the famous backdrop to Waikiki.
No other place evokes a more poignant sense of Hawaii’s history. The regal palace was built under King David Kalakaua in 1882. At that time, the Hawaiian...
Oʻahu’s classic circle-island drive just isn’t complete without stopping for shave ice at this tin-roofed 1920s general store, locally known as Matsumoto’s....
Located on Waikiki’s shoreline, this modern university-run aquarium features a jaw-dropping shark gallery and dozens of tanks that recreate diverse tropical...
One of the USA's most significant WWII sites, this somber monument commemorates the Pearl Harbor attack and its fallen service members with an offshore...
Like Hawaii’s version of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, the Bishop Museum showcases a remarkable array of cultural and natural history...
It all begins at the Duke Kahanamoku statue with the sounding of a conch shell and the lighting of torches after sunset. At the nearby hula mound, lay out...
The 2-mile stretch of white sand commonly referred to as Waikiki Beach runs from Hilton Hawaiian Village in the west to Kapi'olani Park in the east. Along...
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