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1. Waikiki Beach
2. Diamond Head Crater
4.Kapiolani Park and Queen Kapiolani Garden
5. Waikiki Aquarium
6. Honolulu Zoo
7. Kalakaua Avenue
8. Royal Hawaiian Center
9. International Market Place
10. Hanauma Bay
11. Island Vintage Coffee
12. Aloha Swap Meet
13. ABC Stores
14. Moana Hotel
15. Iolani Palace
Free Hula Show: Visit Kuhio Beach for ceremonial torch lighting and free hula shows. You can enjoy these events while relaxing under a banyan tree during sunset every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Friday night fireworks: Watch the Hawaiian skies light up on Friday nights. The Hilton Hawaiian Village sets off fireworks which can be seen from the lagoon in front of the hotel or from anywhere in the city. You can also visit Magic Island, an artificial peninsula next to Ala Moana Beach Park, to watch the fireworks.
Shangri La Museum: Transport yourself to this beautiful Islamic mansion. The Islamic art, culture, and architecture represented in this structure will leave you amazed. The mansion may only be seen through a guided tour from the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Ala Moana Center: A large open-air shopping mall offering you a premier shopping and dining experience. Many events are happening every day, including Hawaiian music shows and hula shows. With over 350 stores and 160 dining spaces, the Ala Moana Center is a fun place to visit in Waikiki.
Aloha Tower: Built in 1926, this tower is a welcome signal for visitors arriving by boat. Located at the Honolulu harbor, this tower has an observation deck on the ten floors to give you ethereal views of Honolulu and the water.
Mai Tai at Sunset: Sunsets in Waikiki are always memorable. You can watch this beauty from the beach or visit a resort or a poolside bar for food and drinks. The Mai tai bar and the Duke’s are noteworthy visits for drinks at sunset.