On the northwestern interior wall of the memorial are the names of some of the 1,177 men lost when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbour. The Arizona is their final resting place.
This village is designed in the turn of the century Honolulu style. There are several shops and also a changing of the guard at 6.00p.m. daily.
More than a cemetery, the Valley of the Temples boasts a Japanese style temple, coy ponds, black swans and beautiful landscaping overlooking some of the most serene scenic views on Oahu.
If Waikiki is too touristy for you, try the beaches of the north shore. I guarantee that you will be amazed!!!
The Dole Pineapple Plantation where you will find everything you want to know about Pineapples.There are plenty of Fruits and Juices to sample here.
The scenery is beautiful. Just take any of the highways leaving Honolulu across the mountains toward Kanaohe. Like entering another world.
The fish are out everywhere here, nestled in the horseshoe shape of an old volcano crater. It costs about $3 admission. You can walk around the edge of the bay on a ledge.
We could not come this far and miss this historical. We took a Roberts Pearl Harbor/ Honolulu city tour. We saw all of the main sites in a short amount of time (which was all we had).
If you surf, go to the north shore. if you don't surf, go to the north shore. Beautiful and slower pace then Waikiki.
The conventional wisdom about Honolulu and Waikiki is that you should avoid them – fly in if you have to and immediately fly to another island.
Upon arrival to the Halekulani you are greeted at the desk and assigned a staff member to tour you...more
2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
Good for: Business
1277 Mokulua Drive, Kailua, Hawaii, United States
Good for: Families