People Watching, Honolulu
There again at around one to two in the morning sitting watching the moon and ocean while at the same time you are in or very close to a band playing good tunes!!! And the weather and the ocean are warm!!!!
HONOLULU HAS SO MANY PLACES TO ENJOY MUSIC..
Dress Code: CASUAL DRESSING IS USUALLY WHAT YOU SEE HERE..
After the sun has set, Honolulu takes on a slightly different street scene... The streets are buzzing with people, going out for the evening. Some just come out to walk, and enjoy the sites at night, or perhaps a little more shopping.. ;-)
Dress Code: Anything goes... ;-)
Nightlife in Hawaii begins at sunset, when all eyes turn westward to see how the day will end. Like seeing the same pod of whales or school of spinner dolphins, sunset viewers seem to bond in the mutual enjoyment of a natural spectacle. People in Hawaii are fortunate to have a benign environment that encourages this cultural ritual.
On Fridays and Saturdays at 6:30pm, as the sun casts its golden glow on the beach and surfers and beachboys paddle in for the day, Kuhio Beach, where Kalakaua Avenue intersects with Kaiulani, eases into evening with hula dancing and a torch-lighting ceremony. This is a thoroughly delightful, free weekend offering.
Start off earlier with a picnic basket and your favorite libations and walk along the oceanside path fronting Queen's Surf, near the Waikiki Aquarium. (You can park along Kapiolani Park or near the Honolulu Zoo.) There are few more pleasing spots in Waikiki than the benches at the water's edge at the Diamond Head end of Kalakaua Avenue, where lovers and families of all ages stop to peruse the sinking sun. A short walk across the intersection of Kalakaua and Kapahulu avenues takes you to the Duke Kahanamoku statue on Kuhio Beach and the nearby Wizard Stones.
Dress Code: What ever is comfortable.