Posts Tagged “chinatown”
Think you know Honolulu? Think again.
Here’s your chance to discover Honolulu like never before on a fun, exciting exploration through historic Chinatown by foot. How? Treasure hunting in Hawaii.
This post is part of an on-going series, Discover Honolulu, where we highlight the historic and cultural attractions of Hawaii’s largest city. While our tour guides are showing our guests the historic landmarks of Hawaii, some of us are enjoying the beautiful Hawaiian weather on Oahu. Check out this photo tour of the storied Honolulu Chinatown. [...]
Honolulu, Hawaii August 3 (DHN) – Do you have a hankering to indulge your sweet tooth with some delicious cheesecake on your Hawaii vacation? No, this isn’t an article to tell you about how great the Waikiki Cheesecake Factory is. Even though you walked along Kalakaua Avenue and saw the gigantic number of people waiting [...]
Honolulu’s Chinatown is a blooming art district anchored by the historic Hawaii Theatre (built in 1927). The neighborhood is filled with an eclectic mix of galleries, restaurants, bars and boutiques. Each month, the trendsetters of Hawaii flock to the Hotel Street area for the festive First Friday art walk, which is a great thing to [...]