Honolulu, Hawaii Tourist Activities - Must-See Waikiki Attractions!

A myriad of must-see attractions and things to do are in no short supply in Honolulu, Hawaii. Check out an array of exceptional exhibits at the Honolulu Zoo. Hike to the top of Diamond Head, the landmark extinct volcanic crater. Scuba dive or snorkel in marine life-rich Hanauma Bay. These and other tourist activities are described in more detail below.
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Honolulu Zoo -

Explore the amazing animal kingdom at the Honolulu Zoo. Habitats featuring birds, mammals, and reptiles include the African Savanna, Tropical Forest, and Pacific Islands. There's a children's zoo, too, where little ones will encounter everything from chickens and cows to goats and llamas. For more information, visit www.honoluluzoo.org

Diamond Head -

Located on the southeast coast of Oahu, Diamond Head is a volcanic crater that has been extinct for 150,000 years. Take a hike along Diamond Head Trail, a nearly 2-mile trek that leads to the 760-foot-high rim of the crater. Once there, you'll enjoy incredible views, from Waikiki to Koki Head. For more information, visit www.hawaiiweb.com/html/diamond_head.html
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Hanauma Bay -

Scuba diving and snorkeling are popular in Hanauma Bay, which features a wide range of marine life and an immense coral reef. What's more, you can sunbathe or picnic on the big sandy beach or hike along the many trails that overlook the bay. For more information, visit www.hawaiiweb.com/html/hanauma_bay_beach.html

Waikiki Aquarium -

Experience the magic and beauty of Hawaiian underwater life at the Waikiki Aquarium. Discover more than 3,500 aquatic animals covering over 500 species, including zebra sharks, tropical fish, living corals, sea jellies, squid, and Hawaiian monk seals, which are endangered. For more information, visit www.waquarium.org
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Honolulu Arizona Memorial

USS Arizona Memorial -

President Franklin D. Roosevelt called December, 7, 1941 a "day that would live in infamy." It's the day that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor where the USS Arizona was stationed. The 184-foot-long memorial is comprised of the mid-section of the sunken battleship and is divided into three areas: the entry and assembly rooms, a central space for ceremonies, and the shrine room, where the names of those who lost their lives on the ship are engraved on a marble wall. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/archive/usar/ExtendWeb1.html

Chinatown -

Situated in downtown Honolulu, Chinatown is a melting pot of Southeast Asian culture. Merchants of all backgrounds, including Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Hawaiian, and Korean, sell a range of products. Delight in fresh produce, fish, meat, candied fruits, and a variety of Asian delicacies. For more information, visit www.chinatownhi.com
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Kapiolani Regional Park -

Hawaii's oldest and biggest public park, Kapiolani Regional Park is home to Diamond Head, the Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Shell (concert venue), tennis courts, soccer fields, and an archery range. In addition, it's the starting or finishing point for many foot races, including the Honolulu Marathon. For more information, visit www.hawaiiweb.com/oahu/sites_to_see/kapiolani_park.htm

Waikiki Beach Walk -

At nearly eight acres, energetic and eclectic Waikiki Beach Walk pretty much has it all. Discover an outdoor entertainment plaza, almost fifty new retailers, more than a dozen dining establishments, and five hotels. For more information, visit www.waikikibeachwalk.com
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Hawaii Convention Center -

From elaborate trade shows to intimate conferences, the state-of-the-art Hawaii Convention Center knows how to take care of business. Highlights include 47 meeting rooms, two theaters with tiered seating, a business center, and a 2.5-acre rooftop garden. For more information, visit www.hawaiiconvention.com

Aloha Tower Marketplace -

Shopping, dining, and live entertainment is just the beginning of what you'll find at Aloha Tower Marketplace. This unique venue is also where you can get married or hold a large corporate event. What's more, you can even take classes in such diverse areas as the art of massage and the ukulele. For more information, visit www.alohatower.com

The Royal Hawaiian Center -

It is one of the largest shopping centers in Hawaii featuring over 110+ shops and restaurants and is located in the heart of revitalized Waikiki. All revenue generated goes towards the education of native Hawaiian children at Kamehameha Schools. For more information, visit www.royalhawaiiancenter.com
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Waikiki Gateway Hotel - Honolulu, Hawaii Located at
2070 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815-2096.
Reservations: 808-942-6006 Phone: 808-955-3741
Email: reservations@waikikigateway.com