Na Hoʻola Spa
At this bi-level award-winning spa, limu (seaweed) wraps detoxify, kele-kele (mud) wraps soothe sore muscles and ti -leaf wraps heal...
Duke Kahanamoku Statue
On the waterfront on Kalakaua Ave, this wonderful statue of Duke Kahanamoku is always draped in colorful lei. The Duke was a real...
Wizard Stones of Kapaemahu
Near the police substation at Waikiki Beach Center, four ordinary-looking boulders are actually the legendary Wizard Stones of...
Wang Chung’s is a happy-go-lucky karaoke bar that has just got bigger, moving into Stay Hotel on Koa St, just a block inland from Kuhio...
Musubi Cafe Iyasume
Hole-in-the-wall keeps busy making fresh onigiri (rice balls) stuffed with seaweed, salmon roe, sour plums and even Spam. Other...
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Me's BBQ information
The street-side takeout counter may be a tad short on atmosphere, but there are plastic tables sitting in the sunshine where you can chow down on Korean standards such as kimchi and kalbi (marinated short ribs). The wall-size picture menu offers a mind-boggling array of mixed-plate combos including chicken katsu (batter-fried chicken), Portuguese sausage and eggs, and other only-in-Hawaii tastes.