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The statue of Duke Kahanamoku welcomes you to Waikiki, one of the best places in Hawaii
Small aquarium featuring 3,000+ Hawaiian & tropical Pacific marine animals, plus multiple exhibits.
Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center
Upmarket retailer specializing in fine jewelry, gifts & luxury timepieces in classic designs.
International Market Place
Mall with high-end retail shops, a global food court & events such as lei-making, hula & yoga.
Kakaako / Ala Moana
Ala Moana Shopping Center
Upscale, four-level shopping mall with department stores, boutiques, a food court & restaurants. More than 290 stores, including 80 dining options
Ala Moana Beach Park
This 100-acre park with a man-made beach offers usually calm surf, plus tennis courts & a pavilion.
SALT At Our Kakaako
Spend some time and relax at the new SALT at Our Kaka‘ako. SALT is a city block driven by passionate chefs, artists and entrepreneurs. From the hottest eateries to one-of-a-kind events, SALT is a local gathering place to eat, shop and have fun.
Honolulu Museum of Art
The Honolulu Museum of Art is Hawaii’s largest fine arts museum. You can also tour Shangri-La, the stunning cliffside home of heiress Doris Duke, which now houses a notable collection of Islamic Art.
The only official state residence of royalty in the U.S., Iolani Palace’s grounds and galleries are now open to the public as a museum
National Historic Landmark in Central Oahu. Known the world over as a “date which will live in infamy,” the devastating events of December 7, 1941 changed the course of history.
Bishop Museum Collection
The Bishop Museum is Hawaii’s largest history museum and the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific, with one-of-a-kind artifacts numbering in the millions.
Tantalus Lookout Puu ualakaa State Park
Conveniently located close to downtown Honolulu, Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside provides a beautiful, panoramic view of southern Oahu from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor.
Diamond Head / Makapuu
Known as Leahi (brow of the tuna) in Hawaiian. Iconic volcanic peak, home to hiking trails & remains of historical military fortifications. Panoramic views of Waikiki and Oahu's south shore.
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
Hanauma Bay is an incredible natural pool that has formed in a volcanic crater. The crater is evidence of a volcanic burst of activity on the island tens of thousands of years ago.
Koko Crater Railway Trailhead
Steep hike up an abandoned railroad track on Koko Crater, with dramatic ocean & city views.
Makapuu Point Lighthouse
A shining beacon built in 1909 on a 600-foot sea cliff overlooking Makapuu Beach. This moderately easy hike pays off with breathtaking views of the indigo ocean and Oahu’s eastern, or Windward Coast.
One of the most famous surf spots on the North Shore. During winter, massive swells break on shallow reef, making it a dangerous beach for only the best and bravest surfers.
Historic surf town that is the cultural hub of the North Shore.
Historic pineapple plantation now attracts families with a train ride & the world's largest maze.
4,000-acre nature retreat offering ATVs, a zip-line, beaches & tours of Hollywood film locations.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Center highlighting various enduring Pacific island cultures with luaus, live shows, tours & more.
Clear water, fine sand & accessible facilities make this a popular spot for aquatic activities.
Nuuanu Pali Lookout
Historical landmark and scenic spot with panoramic views of the sheer Koolau cliffs and lush Windward Coast. You’ll see the city disappear and the tranquil beauty of Hawaii’s natural landscape emerge.