Things to do in Honolulu

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  • 1

    Waikiki Beach

    203 reviews

    It is popular and overcrowded. The sand is fine & the water turquoise. Go if bucket lists are important, but Kailua beach park is a much better choice.

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  • 2

    Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve

    147 reviews

    Prime spot on Oahu for snorkeling, even though it can get a little crowded. Not uncommon to see plenty of Hawaiian green sea turtles in the waters here. All newcomers obligated to sit through a 5-7 min video on the origins/rules before entering the bay.

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  • 3

    Diamond Head State Monument

    125 reviews

    Looking for a great walk/hike paired with an amazing view? A must do for any travellers visit to Honolulu.

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  • 4

    Pearl Harbor

    120 reviews

    There is so much to see here that you can easily spend a full day. The experience is deeply moving and profoundly informative. It's hard not to get choked up.

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  • 5

    Arizona Memorial

    63 reviews

    This was on our tourist list. Best visit. The tour is amazing. Only thing is that you are not allow to bring your purse, water and etc. I took a picture of their list of things you cannot bring. They provide you a locker if you have nowhere to put your belongings. You can bring your camera, camcord (not the ...

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  • 6

    Ala Moana Center

    78 reviews

    It's been some time since I've visited Hawaii, so things have changed considerably. I couldn't believe how large this place has grown! There's something for everyone, ranging from inexpensive to ridiculously high end. I was already in here my first day in Honolulu for some afternoon browsing. I came back two more times after that. I highly recommend stopping here ...

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  • 7

    Nuuanu Pali Lookout

    55 reviews

    The Pali Lookout is a must for anyone just visiting Hawaii. Even locals can feel a renewed appreciation for the island from this vantage point. To make the experience even more interesting, read up on Pele and some of the ghost stories that take place along the road leading up to this place. Additionally, take a dive into Hawaiiana with ...

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  • 8

    Ala Moana Beach Park

    42 reviews

    Just love being here specially during sunset hours. You can sit anywhere on the beach, no one will bother you. On weekends this is packed with family having picnics, barbecuing just enjoying this beautiful place. Ala Moana is also a place for surfers when the surfs is high during season. Paddle-boarding is great here too.

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  • 9

    Iolani Palace

    36 reviews

    Take a walk through history inside Iolani Palace. The Palace is an important part of Hawaiian heritage, and is a must see around the holidays during the City Lights celebrations.

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  • 10

    The Honolulu Zoo

    38 reviews

    This is a very fun and welcoming zoo! It is well designed and the animals are easy to view. Be on the lookout for special events - we had the opportunity to feed the elephants, which was an experience I will always remember!

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  • 11

    Halona Blowhole

    34 reviews

    This spot just rocks. If you're lucky the overhang will be clear of tourists and you can get the whole, churning, spewing blowhole to yourself!

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  • 12

    Manoa Falls

    30 reviews

    A nice hike to a beautiful waterfall. Be careful though, since there are a lot of mosquitoes here! Also, if it has been raining bring good hiking shoes since the trail will be super muddy and slippery. Everyone who left this hike had muddy shoes. :D There were a few people who found walking sticks to help then along the ...

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  • 13

    Mai Tai Bar

    29 reviews

    Very local bar, I like the open air seating. There's plenty of tv's and seats. It does get packed in the evenings, special sports events, and weekends. It's a very lively place and often have live local music and contests. Very fun but does get super crazy.

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  • 14

    Waikiki Aquarium

    34 reviews

    A great place to visit for all ages. Amazing to see all of the fish species in Hawaii, and of course, the kids lovvvvvve it!

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  • 15

    Makapu‘u Beach Park

    26 reviews

    Beautiful beach, but very strong currents & sometimes waves. Be careful. There is a lifeguard there

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  • 16

    Duke Kahanamoku Statue

    26 reviews

    I enjoy people watching at this statue more than anything else. It makes for great photo ops and some of the poses people think up to interact with this statue we hysterical.

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  • 17


    27 reviews

    Chinatown has finally made it after all these years. Hawaii, lacking in a hip neighborhood for lounges and bars, has done what many other cities in the world have done: they turned the red-light district from a place of street walkers and drug dealers to one of hipsters and dancing (with a bit of street walkers and drug dealers too, ...

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  • 18

    National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific

    23 reviews

    A beautiful cemetery and memorial for the military personnel that fought for our country in times of war. Built on a small crater, the drive up is windy. Once you enter the gate, it's such a beautiful and teary sight. Rows and rows of plaques on the ground, leading up to the main memorial at the top. During special days ...

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  • 19

    Bishop Museum

    21 reviews

    Great place to take the kids exploring. Educational, my son loved it, of course he was only 9 then!

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  • 20

    Honolulu Museum of Art

    19 reviews

    A hot, hip, fun, social, interactive, and educational event every last Friday of the month for 10 months (no events during winter holiday). This event draws a mix crowd of art lovers, nightlife seekers, and anyone looking for a good time. Admission is free for members ($55 for the year, nice benefits, tax-deductible), $10 for non-members. Very well-worth the price ...

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