Every year millions of visitors from Japan, the United States continent and beyond from Honolulu International Airport
are ready to vacation in paradise. Not long after landing
most visitors jump in a taxi or bus from the hotel and start the downtown of Honolulu and stay in a Waikiki hotel.
Waikiki seduction is immediate. Stuffed streets, beach sounds and exotic stories call the traveler who will soon reach the streets. Waikiki can be quite exciting
. The streets are full of foreign languages, tourists dress up on the best beach, and the start of surfing history
is visible at the end of the street. Waikiki is so exciting that many visitors never escape from their imaginary boundaries. About 6 million of these visitors miss the very
places the locals want to stay within two square miles of Waikiki.
For travelers who are interested in eyes, please read
Magic Island Beach Park – This popular park is located just west of Waikiki, Ala Moana Shopping Center. In the park
there are two beaches, a three mile jogging track, tennis court and many more. The walk around 19459002 is the center of Hawaiian culture – the family. Large Families
gather around the bugs, spend the day with good food and many days together. The beaches are much less crowded, so take a great day on a barbecue
and go down to Magic Island Beach!
The Contemporary Museum Honolulu – This small museum is located
high on the ridge of Makiki Heights Drive. The uphill route of the mountain range offers a wonderful view
that most of Oahu visitors would not have accepted. The relatively small museum
offers five exhibitions in five galleries. After the galleries pass, visitors
can walk to the statue's garden. Here is the true glory of the 1945s museum. The 3.5-acre statue and meditative gardens are open to the public and offer wonderful views of Honolulu.
Leong Café – Many visitors see more than fun;
are after the great Hawaiian food. However, if you are interested in a genuine local
style Hawaiian food, Leong's Cafe in 2343 North King Street can not be beaten.
The favorite of discus lunches has been going on for over 50 years in the cafe, kalua pork, brandy, lomi lomi and other places
– Malasadas local food is so popular
that Fat Tuesday re-decorated the Malasada Day on the Hawaiian Islands. One of the best and most famous bakery is Champion Malasadas in 1926, in 1926 in Southern Beretania. These lightweight Portuguese holes are coming from
without charge and deserve it!
Honolulu Chinatown – Walking on the Chinatown Street as a
Whatever you are looking for is fresh, made in the new hip salon, you can be sure to find it in Chinatown.
The streets and shops are exotic, offering items that are not found in a typical American (19459002) grocery store. Guided walking tours are available for this historic district, but often the simplest way is to simply cross the streets and stop when your interests are overwhelmed (19459002).
If you're interested in seeing Oahu through your local eyes, make sure you spend some of your
days outside Waikiki. Stop from the above listed or all of them and see some facts that make Hawaii really special.
Source by Michelle Linden