Waikiki Comes Alive at Night

Waikiki is a bustling tourist hotspot that should not be missed when visiting Hawaii. There are plenty of reasons why it’s so popular, from amazing shopping and world-class dining to stunning beaches. But what really sets Waikiki apart at night is when everything is illuminated with glowing tiki torches and Hawaiian hula dancers take the stage!

At Sunset & Late Night

One of the best activities to do in Waikiki is taking a stroll down to the beach. Enjoying warm, tropical temperatures and finding a spot to sit back and take in the views are endless; many restaurants along Waikiki’s strip of sand offer outdoor seating so you can watch the sun set or rise behind Diamond Head.

You can also stop at a bar for drinks and people-watching. Whether you’re searching for an intimate dinner or somewhere to hang with friends, there’s something here for everyone here.

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Experience a Mai Tai at House Without a Key
Looking for an exciting night on the town in Waikiki? Head over to this popular restaurant that offers an under-the-stars dining experience and an impressive selection of mai tais (Hawaiian desserts) along with tropical cocktails. Just being there will have you wanting to stay for hours!

Liliha Bakery & Marketplace

A Waikiki staple when it comes to breakfast and comfort food, this bakery is now situated inside the International Market Place. Their baked goods are fresh and delectable, plus they offer an extensive selection of coffee drinks to enjoy.

Visit Fort DeRussy

Another fantastic way to relax and take in the natural beauty of Waikiki is at Fort DeRussy Park. This beach offers a quieter, more serene vibe than other beaches on the strip, making it perfect for swimming or paddleboarding. Plus, accessing this Waikiki park is free – perfect if you’re traveling with kids!

Honolulu Fish Auction: For seafood enthusiasts and those with an appreciation of culture, this tuna auction is a must-visit. It’s unique in America and provides visitors with an unforgettable experience.

Arrive early for this popular Waikiki event, as it can get quite chilly inside. But the experience is worth it if you’re a sushi connoisseur!

Hike the Manoa Falls Trail

For those of you who enjoy hiking and have some free time, consider trying the picturesque two-mile Manoa Falls trail. It has been featured in movies such as Jurassic Park and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, offering plenty of beautiful scenery to keep you occupied!

Don’t forget your camera! This scenic trail offers breathtaking views of Waikiki’s lush foliage and waterfalls. Don’t miss out on capturing these unforgettable moments with your lens.

If you’re in search of an active activity, this stunning park provides plenty of chances to hike, bike or run!

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