2100 Kalakaua Avenue
2100 Kalakaua Ave. 808-955-2878
This unique section of a renowned Waikiki thoroughfare features six of the world’s finest luxury retailers: Tiffany & Co., Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Gucci, and Tod’s.
Ala Moana Center
1450 Ala Moana Blvd. 808-955-9517
Hawaii’s largest shopping destination holds approximately 200 stores and restaurants, along with a U.S. Post Office branch. Enjoy frequent entertainment activities.
Aloha Flea Market
99-500 Salt lake Blvd. 808-486-6704
For 50¢ admission, it’s an all-day show at the Aloha Stadium parking lot. Go early for the best deals on everything from junk to jewels. Open Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Aloha Tower Marketplace
1 Aloha Tower Dr. 808-528-5700
Historically renovated Honolulu Harbor pier facility offers waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment. Trolley service available.
2330 Kalakaua Ave. 808-923-9871
An open air shopping experience featuring over 150 shops, kiosks, and restaurants, as well as a food court.
Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center
2201 Kalakaua Ave. 808-922-0588
Located in the center of Waikiki, and with more than 100 shops and restaurants, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center offers merchandise and cuisine from around the world.
Victoria Ward Center
Ward Ave. and Ala Moana Blvd.
More than 120 specialty shops, including one-of-a-kind boutiques selling everything from designer maternity wear to bath fixtures and gourmet foodstuffs. A collection of 19 restaurants, a 16 screen multi-plex theatre, and a small farmers market featuring a variety of local produce, make this one of the area’s busiest places, especially on weekends.
Waikele Premium Outlets
94-790 Lumiaina St. Waipahu, HI 808-591-8411
Located 15 miles west of Honolulu, find great deals at 50 designer and brand name outlet stores such as Adidas, Armani Exchange, Barney’s New York, Coach, LeSportsac, MaxMara, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Tumi.
1600 Kapiolani Blvd. Ste 1630, 800-548-6262
Hawaii’s most popular submarine adventure descends to 150-feet beneath the sea to give you spectacular underwater views.
Coral Creek Golf Course
91-1111 Geiger Rd, Ewa Beach, HI 808-441-4653
An 18-hole championship golf course and practice facility featuring a full-service restaurant, tournaments, special events, and group outings.
Hawaiian Fire Surf School
3318 Campbell Ave. 808-737-3473
Learn to surf while visiting Waikiki. Owned and staffed by Honolulu firefighters who will ensure your safety while sharing their love of surfing.
Offering exciting and informative eco-tours throughout Oahu, including adventure hikes, botanical tours. and cultural activities.
Ko’olau Golf Club
45-550 Kionaole Rd, Kaneohe, HI 96744 808-236-4653
Considered the premiere golf destination of the Pacific, and one of the world’s most challenging golf courses.
Kualoa Ranch and Activity Club
49-560 Kamehameha Hwy. Kaaawa, HI 808-237-8515 / 800-231-7321
Discover a vast array of air, land, and sea activities on a 4,000-acre tropical paradise.
Makana Kai Helicopters
110 Kapalulu Pl. 808-834-5813
Marvel at tropical rainforests, cascading 1000-foot waterfalls, and beautiful beaches from the best vantage point in the sky.
68-760 Farrington Hwy., Waiawa , HI 808-637-9700
Ready for the thrill of a lifetime? Drive to Oahu’s scenic North Shore and jump out of a plane!
Waimea Valley Audubon Center
59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 808-638-9199
Nestled in Oahu’s North Shore, the Waimea Valley provides 1,800 acres where you can experience nature, culture, and adventure — all in one place.
Wild Bunch Sport Fishing
1025 Ala Moana Blvd. # A4 808-596-4709
With top-of-the-line gear and a comfortable 41-foot charter boat, experience the deep-sea fishing adventure of a lifetime.
1085 Ala Moana Blvd # A 808-737-3599
Ever dream of drifting high in the sky above the ocean? Get a birds-eye view of Waikiki from hundreds of feet in the air.
Duke’s Canoe Club (American)
2335 Kalakaua Ave. 808-922-2268
Located in the heart of Waikiki, and right on the beach, Duke’s is the meeting point of beach boys, lifeguards, students, kamaainas, and visitors alike. Duke’s offers steaks, seafood, burgers, all-you-can-eat salad bars and a large variety of cocktails.
Eggs ‘n Things (Breakfast)
1911 Kalakaua Ave. #B 808.949.0820
Open daily from 11 p.m. to 2 p.m. (no, that’s not a typo), this local favorite has been serving night owls and early risers since 1974.
Hanohano Room (American)
Sheraton Waikiki, 2255 Kalakaua Ave. 808-922-4422
Located on the 30th floor of the Sheraton Waikiki, the Hanohano Room offers outstanding views of Diamond Head and surrounding Waikiki. On the first and third Saturday of each month, the restaurant transforms into Skyline, an upscale, standing room only lounge party.
Hard Rock Café (American)
1837 Kapiolani Blvd. 808-955-7383
Experience signature rock ‘n’ roll dining. Serving lunch, dinner, and cocktails.
Hy’s Steakhouse (Steak)
Waikiki Park Heights Hotel, 2444 Kuhio Ave. 808-922-5555
Step beyond the massive carved doors into a meat lover’s paradise and an old world atmosphere replete with traditional club décor and ambient candlelight.
MAC 24/7 (Breakfast)
2500 Kuhio Ave. 808-921-5564
Visit this contemporary spin on a coffee shop – their name stands for “Modern American Cuisine” – any time of day.
Nick’s Fishmarket (Seafood)
2070 Kalakaua Ave. 808-955-6333
Award-winning fine dining restaurant specializing in seafood, world wines, and excellent service. Enjoy live entertainment on the weekends.
Planet Hollywood Honolulu (American)
2155 Kalakaua Ave. 808-924-7877
A unique dining experience inspired by the worlds of film and television.
Ruffage Natural Foods (Health/Vegetarian)
2443 Kuhio Ave. 808-922-2042
This small, family-owned shop sells organic health food, natural living products, and features a deli with vegetarian fare.
Sam Choy’s Diamond Head Restaurant (Hawaiian Regional)
449 Kapahulu Ave., 2nd Floor 808-732-8645
Award-winning restaurant serving regional Hawaiian cuisine made with fresh local seafood, organic produce, and meats.
Waikiki Beach Marriott, 2552 Kalakaua Ave.808-931-6286
Known as one of the finest restaurants in Waikiki, Sansei serves new wave sushi and contemporary Japanese cuisine.
Tanaka of Tokyo (Japanese)
Ilikai Hotel, 1777 Ala Moana BLVD. 808-945-3443
Elegant steak and seafood restaurant serving Black Angus sirloin, teriyaki chicken, King salmon, and more. Open for traditional Japanese breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations required.
Tiki’s Bar and Grill (Hawaiian Regional)
2570 Kalakaua Ave. 808-923-8454
A hip and relaxed open-air restaurant with fantastic views. Offers Pacific-Rim cuisine and a long list of specialty drinks.
Wailana Coffee House (Breakfast)
1860 Ala Moana Blvd. 808-955-1764
Classic local-style diner offering comfort food at low prices. Open 24 hours.
USS Arizona Memorial
No.1 Arizona Memorial Pl. 808-422-0561
Commemorating the December 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the memorial houses the sunken hull of Battleship USS Arizona.
Battleship Missouri Memorial
Pearl Harbor, near the USS Arizona Memorial 808-973-2494
The world’s most famous battleship is open to the public.
1525 Bernice St. 808-847-3511
The state museum of Natural and Cultural History features daily activities, special exhibits, and craft demonstrations.
Nimitz Hwy at Maunakea St.
Take a morning to wander and stroll through this historic Honolulu district, a wondrous maze of shops, open markets, and art galleries.
The Cirque Hawaii Theatre in Waikiki
325 Seaside Ave. 808-922-0017
Nightly shows performed in the former home of the IMAX theatre. The six-member team’s pedigreed show-biz experience includes Cirque du Soleil, Siegfried and Roy, and the Moscow State Circus.
The Contemporary Museum
2411 Makiki Heights Dr. 808-526-0232
Enjoy ever-changing exhibitions of contemporary art from 1940 to the present in this renovated estate on 3.5 acres of terraced gardens. You’ll also find a gourmet café and a unique museum shop.
64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy. 808-621-8408
Get lost in the “World’s Largest Maze” and explore 21 different varieties of pineapple. Take home some fresh pineapple and unique souvenirs.
Honolulu Academy of Arts
900 S Beretania St. 808-532-8701
Hawaii’s only general fine arts museum boasts an internationally acclaimed Asian art collection. Six charming courtyards surround thirty galleries, a gift shop, the Garden Café, and a theater.
151 Kapahulu Ave. 808-971-71