Kalepa Bridge marks the end of the Hana Highway (Route 360) and the beginning of Piilani Highway (Route 31), otherwise known as the “back road to Hana”.
The Diamond Head Lighthouse is a short drive from Waikiki Beach, located on the slopes of Diamond Head Crater and has been featured on a US stamp.
One of South Shore Oahu’s most notable landmarks, the Makapu’u Lighthouse is easily seen from many locations, and the hike leading to the lighthouse lookout is a popular to-do among travelers and locals alike.
Kalakaua Avenue is the main street running through Waikiki and is one of the busiest parts of the island.
Located near Waikiki Beach is Hawaiis largest exhibition hall, the Hawaii Convention Center, hosting major local and international events since 1998.
This short but steep hike located on the eastern side of Oahu provides excellent views of the surrounding area. The effort put in to making it to the top is well worth the views you’ll experience.
In downtown Honolulu, on the corner of Bethel and Merchant Streets, is the Kamehameha V Post Office, the first building in the Pacific to be constructed entirely of precast concrete.
Iao Valley State Monument is located in the deep lush valley located on the eastern edge of the western Maui Mountains in central Maui.
One of Oahus most popular shave ice shops, Matsumotos Shave Ice serves colorful, cool Hawaiian treats to nearly one thousand people every day.
The Honolulu Hale is one of the most beautiful buildings in Hawaii. It became the citys first official City Hall in 1928.