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Nu'uanu Pali Lookout

Nu'uanu Pali Lookout

4.4/5242 Reviews
Observation Deck
Weather permitting 9:00-16:00 (Local time)
Foster Botanical Garden

Foster Botanical Garden

4.5/520 Reviews
Garden
Sunday - Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Local time)
The Foster Botanical Garden is one of the oldest and most visited of all the Honolulu Botanical Gardens. The caretakers here are dedicated to cultivating tropical plants from all areas of the Pacific. The Foster Botanical Garden also has a large collection of palms and an award winning orchid garden. Several trees are renowned for being perfect examples of the species. Guided tours are offered at 1pm Mon-Sat. Making a reservation is a good idea.
Aloha Tower Marketplace

Aloha Tower Marketplace

4.1/553 Reviews
Observation Deck
Duke Kahanamoku Statue

Duke Kahanamoku Statue

4.3/525 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Duke Kahanomoku was a record breaking Olympian who lived from 1890-1968 and who was known as the "Father of modern surfing". Not only did he swim and surf, he also acted in Hollywood movies and worked as a sheriff for many years. He even fought off an eel and saved 12 people from drowning. His statue in Honolulu holds out his arms and tourists often bring leis to put around his neck. There is a webcam on the statue, so if you want someone to see you in Hawaii in real-time, visit Duke during the daylight hours.
Koko Crater Botanical Garden

Koko Crater Botanical Garden

4.5/518 Reviews
Garden
Queen Emma Summer Palace

Queen Emma Summer Palace

4.1/512 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Hawai'i Convention Center

Hawai'i Convention Center

4.3/59 Reviews
Modern Architecture
University of Hawaii at Manoa

University of Hawaii at Manoa

4.3/527 Reviews
School
Hawaii Nature Center

Hawaii Nature Center

4.4/519 Reviews
Modern Architecture
The Hawaii Nature Center was established in 1981 as a non-profit organization in island of Oahu, Hawaii. Since its establishment, this center has aided over 850,000 people in educating them about the fragile ecosystem of Hawaii. The Center is forefront in educating children about the need to respect nature and also in helping them in becoming responsible adults. Due to its isolated and distinctive ecosystem, it is vital that tourists are aware of the importance of proper disposal of what they bring into the island. Untreated waste can result in degradation of the islands' scenic beauty. The Hawaii Nature Center has done a fine job in helping people gain a better understanding of the balancing act that the islands' need in order to maintain the prevailing infrastructure along with the natural appeal of the tropics. A visit to this this center can inspire visitors to pass the message of respecting nature to others by words, action and deeds.
Kalakaua Ave

Kalakaua Ave

4.5/544 Reviews
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