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Honolulu, Hawaii Attractions Let the warmth of the sun and the Hawaiian people wash over you as you embark on your Honolulu adventure. Swim, surf, snorkel, and canoe at Waikiki Beach. Experience the thrill of the view from the iconic volcanic crater at Diamond Head. Treat your taste buds to the tantalizing native delicacies found at a traditional luau. Learn about Hawaiian royalty at Iolani Palace, a National Historic Landmark. Oahu awaits your arrival with majesty and mystery.
Aloha Stadium Swap Meet At Honolulu HawaiiAloha Stadium Swap Meet
Hawaii's largest open-air flea market, the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is the place to come for some really great deals. Open three days a week and located only 20 minutes from Waikiki, this Aloha State premiere discount warehouse outlet features more than 700 local merchants selling everything from eclectic art pieces to local snacks to made-in-Hawaii souvenirs. If you're in the market for a gift for a friend or family member back home, Aloha Stadium Swap Meet will surely have it.
99-500 Salt Lake Blvd,
Aiea, HI

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Even if you play the worst game of your life, you're still vacationing in Hawai‘i, so it can't be that bad. Breathe in the fresh air of the Pacific, while watching palm trees sway in the wind. Play one of O‘ahu‘s many tropical, championship courses.
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Honolulu, HI
Diamond Head At Honolulu, HawaiiDiamond Head
Situated on Oahu's southeast coast, Diamond Head is the Big Kahuna of volcanic craters. Quiet for 150,000 years, the crater is 3,520 feet in diameter and boasts a 760-foot summit. You can make your way to that summit via the Diamond Head Trail, which features two sets of stairs and a 225-foot tunnel that is not lighted. Once you arrive at the top, you will be very glad you made the climb. The views of Waikiki Beach and Honolulu are truly breathtaking.
3451 Diamond Head Rd,
Honolulu, HI

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Foster Botanical Gardens At Honolulu, HawaiiFoster Botanical Gardens
Divided up into six different sections, Foster Botanical Gardens will astound visitors with its amazing variety. Check out old and new orchid species at the Lyon Orchid Garden and primitive plants found around the globe at the Prehistoric Glen. You will also be treated to two dozen trees that have been designated as “exceptional trees". This designation is based on such criteria as age, rarity, aesthetic quality or historical and cultural significance.
180 N Vineyard Blvd,
Honolulu, HI

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Hanauma Bay Nature Park At Honolulu, HawaiiHanauma Bay Nature Park
Since 1967, Hanauma Bay Nature Park has been a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park. It's ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling and features all kinds of marine life along with a very big coral reef. The curvature of Hanauma Bay helps protect visitors from huge waves, allowing them to enjoy the marine and reef life in an environment that's safe. The park also features a beach and hiking trails.
100 Hanauma Bay Drive,
Honolulu, HI

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