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Kalakaua Avenue

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psudino wrote a review Jun 2020
Weehawken, New Jersey3167 contributions764 helpful votes
This Avenue is the tale of two sections of Waikiki. On one side there is a beautiful beach, artistic statues, recreational activities and all around gorgeousness. On the other side there are stores, restaurants and hotels. If the stores and restaurants were local specialties then this would have been a different review, but it's not too much different than any big city. Cheeseburger in Paradise, Wolfgang Puck, Starbucks, Starbucks again, and so on. It is a fun street to walk on and it is the route to and from Diamond Head, but half of it is just so-so.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tommo wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia43814 contributions3420 helpful votes
This street runs parallel to Waikiki Beach and is the main strip of Waikiki. Along this road are many restaurants, bars, stores(mainly ABC Stores) police station, hotels and a lot more. In the evening is when this street really comes to life with many tourists and there are many buskers performing. A really vibrant street.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Steve McDonald wrote a review Dec 2019
Frankston, Australia4 contributions6 helpful votes
It’s been over 2 and a half years since I was in Waikiki and coming back now the amount of homeless people has drastically increased. All along the foreshore in the seated shelters are filled with the homeless and in bus shelters and on street corners. The smell of urinate is overpowering and from time to time, council workers will come and hose the area down while attempting to clean it. Many have obvious mental health issues talking to themselves or shouting at empty space, others can be intimidating. One guy tried to sell me a surf board and when I refused berated an older couple from Austria for several minutes waiting at at crossing. “Just give me $5 man” he kept repeating. This has spoiled the vibe of Waikiki for me to the point I probably won’t return.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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bruce p wrote a review Dec 2019
Albuquerque, New Mexico4112 contributions903 helpful votes
This is the main strip that runs through Waikiki. This is where everything happens. All the restaurants whether they are chain or local are located here kind of shopping with local in name brand stores. This is where you can catch all the information on tours and all the other stuff that goes on around the island as well. The great place with a lot of high-energy a lot of bars and stuff that are open at night and nice crowds of tourist.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Carlton_Reviews wrote a review Nov 2019
Houston, Texas330 contributions174 helpful votes
The street was closed off for several blocks for vendors and shoppers from 4pm to 10pm. Loads of people and great outdoor shopping and street performers for several blocks down a street with beautiful high-end stores and boutiques and gallerias in the background. Souvenirs, woodwork, fabric, fresh fruit and food, henna, temporary tattoos, food trucks, etc. Good times!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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