Kahaloa & Ulukou Beaches
The beach between the Royal Hawaiian and Moana Surfrider hotels is Waikiki’s busiest section of sand and surf, great for sunbathing,...
Na Hoku II Catamaran
With its unmistakable yellow-and-red striped sails, this catamaran is so famous you’ll see a photo of it on the Waikiki edition of the...
Royal Hawaiian Center
Gargantuan shopping mall that offers free cultural classes and demonstrations in Hawaiian arts and crafts, such as quilting and flower...
Five-0 Bar & Lounge
You won’t spot any Hawaii 5-0 stars hiding out among the tropical lanai greenery inside this shopping-mall bar, but it’s still loads of...
Come early to score a table on the wraparound lanai overhanging Waikiki Beach and watch the sun set as slack key guitars play. Reward...
Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach, 2335 Kalakaua Ave · interesting places nearby
Duke's Waikiki information
It’s a crazy, tourist-filled scene, especially when weekend concerts by Henry Kapono, one of the biggest names in Hawaiian music, spill over onto the beach. Taking its name from Duke Kahanamoku, the surfing theme prevails throughout. Drunken souvenir-photo taking and vacation-land camaraderie are encouraged. Upstairs, the tiki torch-lit veranda at the Hula Grill has a more soothing live Hawaiian soundtrack from 7pm to 9pm almost nightly.