Stretching across the southeastern shores of Oahu and home to the state’s main international airport, Honolulu is home to diverse neighborhoods.
Downtown, find important landmarks like the seat of Hawaii’s government, Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha I statue.
Adjacent to Honolulu’s financial district is the historic neighborhood of Chinatown, with exotic markets, a bustling city center, and a thriving arts, culture and dining scene.
Ala Moana and Waikiki are where you’ll find Hawaii’s largest shopping center and convention center. Ala Moana Center boasts over 300 stores including luxury brands, national retailers and local gift shops.
Honolulu’s most eastern neighborhood, the residential community of Hawaii Kai, offers a plethora of outdoor activities – from hiking and snorkeling to bodysurfing.
Things to do in Honolulu include Ala Moana Beach Park, Aloha Tower, Bishop Museum, Hanauma Bay, Hawaii Theater, Makapuu Lighthouse, Manoa Falls and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.