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After having lunch at the Old Spaghetti Factory we checked out the rest of the Aloha Tower. Found the elevator going up to the 10th floor to enjoy the views of the city and marina. For some it may not seem too spectacular but for...More
Aloha Tower has magnificent views of the harbor, however, it closed by 5, please check opening times as they might change. Walk to the waterfront and enjoy the sunset, the big ships come in or leave, all for free. There is a very nice casual...More
The Aloha Tower may be old but it offers spectacular views of the docks, the city and the aerodrome runway. The security guard at the lift is helpful in ensuring only 6 people use the lift at a time. A piece of history that now...More
Aloha Tortilla factory is located at Hawaii Pacific University nest to the Tower Clock. It is an outside eatery. The food is made to order, so everything was fresh. You order have a seat and they bring it to you. Prices are good, I guess...More
A brief walk from the cruise terminal, the Aloha Tower is one of the few free attractions in Honolulu. An easy access lift takes you up 10 levels to the observation galleries. From there you get brilliant views of the city and also the end...More
The marketplace is not much since occupied by University of Hawaii. The 10th floor of the tower is open to viewers and a lift is available to go up. One can have a panoramic view of Honolulu from all the four sides of the tower....More
This historic tower (at one time the highest building in the Hawaiian Islands) used to be the main dock for cruise ships but now the cruise lines are using another pier. None the less, this is still an interesting place to visit. It is now...More
This area is not so popular and now mainly students of university in this area, but still a few shops.
Still worth the visit to take pictures of the clock tower which was the main entrance to the island by sea. The tower was the...More