If you want to start your night out with a laugh head to this comedy club. Local talents and big names play in this club just reminder don't wear funky shirts you might become a source of jokes of the comedian
Dress Code: Smart casual
Went to this place twice. Complete tourist rip off. Cover is 15 bucks after 9pm- for nothing. Place is actually a restaurant which turns into a "nightclub" after 10pm on fridays and saturdays.
And that's what it is- a restaurant- not a cool club. The sound sucks in both areas, house and hip hop. The DJs play old, lame ass sound. The folks are rather chic- Honolulu's "high society".
Dress Code: No shorts, sandals, caps, and beanies. Most people are dressed up and show off!
At the beginning on the evening the host greets you and gives you a lei.
Then you sit down and eat. They serve a barbequed pork cooked onsite in a fire pit.
Free cocktails are the best. One of them is a whole pineapple with pina colada and a couple of straws.
The show starts when the sun goes down.
Exciting hula dancers shake their grass skirts. The men juggle fire.
Very good evening. Especially since we were on a Honeymoon vacation.
Dress Code: Casual
Yes, Hawaii has it all! From luaus, to movies and street entertainment, to dinner cruises to night clubs and comic clubs ... it's all here and not only in Waikiki, though MOST of our night activity is found in Honolulu.
Dress Code: Usually casual does the trick, and you can get away with "aloha" clothes just about anywhere! It's always a good idea to wear decent shoes ~ you can always fling 'em off later if you want to have a moonlit walk along the beach!
This picture features one of the many cultural
performances that were shown this evening.
a great Show , Dancing Singing ,Fire Stick
Performance. Participation by the audience
was also very nice.
Experience one of these Lu'au's if you can while you are in Hawaii, it is worth it.
More pic's of the Lu'au in last Travelogue.
An unforgetable night of Food , Dance , Fire , and Fun at the beautiful Royal Hawaiian
Hotel Courtyard in a fantastic evening setting
looking at the Beach and at the Diamond Head Crater as a backdrop.This was a lovely
evening that lasted about 3 hours and that included the Buffet Dinner, which was very good, music all night ,
A wonderful Royal Polynesian Extravaganza.
Dress Code: No dress code , but most people there wore nice pants and Hawaiian Shirts , and the ladies were all dressed elegant.
The shows at the Hotel are mondays and thursdays only,and they start at 6 pm.
The Lu'au is held on the Ocean Lawn of the Hotel. The buffet has many items , Beef and Fish amongst other items.
This is a nature walk offered each Friday night closest to the full moon. The park will have guides to take you around the "path" and describe different plants and origins etc (they will also classify different "smells" for you). Your ultimate goal is to get to the falls and see it in the moonlight. Wonderful for a family activity, or even a romantic way to spend time with your "special" someone.
Dress Code: Bring a flashlight, and bug repellent. Be sure to check the weather ahead of time and be prepared for rain. Mosquitoes usually are present too. My recommendation is comfortable jeans, good walking shoes, t-shirt with long sleeves that can be pushed up if it gets hot/humid or left alone to keep the bugs off. Prices are $7 for a family, $5 for a couple, and $3 single ticket.
There are some nice night clubs, good restaurant, but be honest I didnt have time to have fun there. I prefered to watch people on the street or spent nice time to watch sun sets on the beach ;-)
Dress Code: on the beach -shorts required ;-))
A gorgeous, historic hotel right on the beach in Waikiki. Walk through the stunning lobby to the open air bar behind the hotel and enjoy live entertainment, a beautiful dancer performing traditional hulas, good drinks, friendly service, and a dynamite view of the sunset. You can have lunch or dinner there, too, opting for good bar food or the buffet.
Dress Code: Casual but no swim suits
Best Mai-Tai's in Kona, comes in an extra large cup, blended with ice for a slush-type consistency, excellent flavor......a drink this good can be dangerous! In addition to enjoy such a treat, there is a gogeous view of the Kona coastline!
Nightlife? What's that? After a full day of hiking, snorkeling, taking tours or just generally exploring the islands, we never had any energy left to do much but eat dinner and go to bed. I guess this could be something new for us on our next trip.
Go to a luau. As cheesy as it sounds, its very fun. While you're there, skip the cocktails and drink beer instead. They water down the free cocktails, so they're hardly worth it. Have some roast pig and enjoy the fire dancers.
The luau in Wailea is awesome and the scenery is spectacular. They'll also take your photo against the backdrop of the sunset. Nice!
Dress Code: Super casual. I wore a skirt and tank top with flip flops. It's outdoors, so dress according to the weather.
It's a great place to hang out and on Sunday afternoons they have live music featuring local groups
DUKE'S CANOE CLUB WAIKIKI is on the site of the original Outrigger Canoe Club, founded to preserve and perpetuate surfing on boards and in Hawaiian canoes. (photo from Duke's Website)
Dress Code: Shorts and aloha shirts with sandals. Typical Hawaiian wear.
This is a local hangout in downtown waikiki. Lots of tourist come here and the entire bar is plastered from ceiling to floor with dollar bills people have written on and stapled on the walls.
There is a window behind the bar and on the other side is the water at about the six feet deep level of a hotel swimming pool. So the view is definitely nice sometimes when the pool is full
Dress Code: casual
Not a big nightlife person but any of the bars or resturants along the beach are great. I loved how I could sightsee all day and then shop until 11:00 at night
Dress Code: Didn't happen for me but the few places I was in it was casual or dressy - a nice wrap and top serves you well in lots of places
Upon arrival to the Halekulani you are greeted at the desk and assigned a staff member to tour you...more
The hotel room I had, had a balcony. When I looked to the right, I had a view to the ocean.more
2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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