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There's lots of things to do in downtown Honolulu -- bars, shopping, eateries or take a walk on the beach. The sea is never far away in Hawai'i -- it's an island, after all. The ubiquitous ABC Shops are everywhere and if you are looking...More
It is an interesting city with Iolani palace, Chinatown, the harbour and the usual high rise office towers. Very quiet on a Sunday with minimal stores open so it is the ideal time for an extended walking tour. During the rest of the week there...More
What a fascinating area of Honolulu this is. Being a photographer, I loved it. You can go from the corner of Bishop and Hotel, a business area, to down Hotel, and there are bars of all kinds. Best to be aware of your surroundings if...More
There are definitely some unique things to see and do in and around Honolulu, but if you want a sense of the real Hawaii, get out of Honolulu. The beaches are crowded, pasted with tourists. The food in the downtown area is poor as is...More
Downtown Honolulu is pretty cool. There are many tall buildings, yet so many beautiful trees cover the area. It is not a huge downtown, so we are able to walk around in such short time. Downtown vibe is very laid-back and relaxing.
Enjoyed a good walk on a sunny day around Downtown referring to our guide for information about the prominent sights. Take time to visit the Iolani Palace for a very good tour. Continued to Chinatown which was a bit rundown and then on to the...More
Just like another downtown of any other city, dirty, noisy, they have a variety of cheap (for Hawaii) restaurants, the majority Asian ones but good and clean. Parking is a nightmare at $2 per hour HOWEVER if you visit during what they call LUNCH hour.....parking...More
Could have been nice if they improve or clean the area or maintain it. It's just full of homeless people lying around sleeping on the floor. Trash all over and smells bad most of the downtown place.
Does not look safe at all to walk...More
My wife and I walked around Downtown Honolulu a few times during our recent visit to Oahu. Downtown Honolulu consists of several blocks from the ending part of Chinatown to the beginning of Fort Street Mall to the King Kamehameha statue and Iolani Palace. There...More
The international market place is closed until late August 2016 for refurbishment. It was completely closed when I was there in February and all torn up inside. I'm not sure how they will finish by their projected completion... More
The international market place is closed until late August 2016 for refurbishment. It was completely closed when I was there in February and all torn up inside. I'm not sure how they will finish by their projected completion date, but the sign said August 2016. Hope this answers your question.