Waikiki

Waikiki


Containing, perhaps the most famous stretch of beach in the world, Waikiki is a 2 mile long suburb of Honolulu. Waikiki is an open-all-night, Las Vegas playground on the beach, sans gambling. Once the exclusive enclave of Hawaiian royalty, Waikiki attracts international visitors to five-star hotels, cuisine, nightlife, shopping, and entertainment.

The graceful crescent of coastline is recognized worldwide. Along that famous beach is Kalakaua Avenue, a street alive with restaurants and shops and boutiques. Ala Moana Shopping Center is open air, retail nirvana in Waikiki. With 200 stores on 50 acres, and a great restaurants to fortify oneself, what more could a conspicuous consumer ask for? Like Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, the stores have designer names, and attract clientele from Japan and Tahiti who come to do their Christmas shopping.

There is so much to do just on Waikiki, that you can stay for a week, never venture far from your hotel and still have a satisfying vacation.

Yes, it’s crowded and it can get noisy. But Waikiki is also an experience that no visitor to Honolulu can miss. How much more beautiful can the world get than seeing Waikiki sparkling beneath the moon during an evening walk on the beach?...




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