Published On: Tue, Oct 13th, 2015

Honolulu-The Capital of Hawaii

Honolulu-The-Capital-of-Hawaii1It is well known to us that Hawaii is a very tourist destination, attracting a large number of visitors from around the world thanks to its beautiful beaches, as well as pleasant tropical climate. As the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu also has something unique to offer. If you decide to explore the downtown, the center and historical area of Honolulu, you are offered the chance to visit a variety of museums, renowned statues, and historic buildings etc. Following are some of the most explored tourist destinations of Honolulu for your reference:

Waikiki. As the main beach destination, Waikiki becomes one of the main reason to visit Honolulu for most people. Waikiki is world-famous for its large crescent shaped beach, which is a great where you can soak in the sun, or swimming and learn to surf. Besides, you can find a variety of stores, hotels and r   estaurants along the Waikiki Beach.

Ala Moana Park. Nestled between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, Ala Moana Park and Beach offers a stunning view of Waikiki. Ala Moana Park has a fine beach to offer, which is perfect for swimming. Because it has a man-made reef protecting it from the open sea, and so the water is calm generally. If you head to the end of west, you can discover the Kewalo Basin, also widely known as Fisherman’s Wharf, which is a small beautiful port where you can go fishing out in the open sea by hiring a boat.

Lyon Arboretum and Manoa Falls. Covering an area of 194-acre, the Lyon Arboretum is a botanical garden in a rainforest. Lyon Arboretum is home to an impressive collection of more than 5,000 tropical plants from and Hawaii and Polynesia. In addition, do not forget to visit the Manoa Falls where bathing is allowed.

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