Au Naturel

Korean skincare authority Nature Republic radiates green energy through cosmetics curated from savannah to sea. The Waikiki branch, its first U.S. flagship, houses an impressive stock of nature-derived beauty products surrounded by a blooming... More >

Batty For Lashes

Flutter away, beauties! Kristin Wood Lash Studio, Hawai‘i’s eyelash elite, debuted a line of... More >

Take-home Treasures

Bring some aloha back with these sweet Hawai‘i gifts. (from top left to right)... More >

Hot For Pink

It’s no secret where to find pink unmentionables and flirty sportswear in Waikiki. Affixed... More >

Flower Power

Baubles that signal the holidays are in bloom. (from top left to right) Lisa... More >

Chart Topper

While most of the surrounding businesses have changed many times over, Chart House, adjacent to the Ala Wai Harbor, is still ensconced same walls and ambiance as it was when it opened in 1968.... More >

The 1953 Mai Tai

This thirst-quenching throw-back to an original 1950s recipe stirs Myers Platinum Rum, pineapple juice,... More >

Here’s The Beef

Steak for one, for two, for three or for four—regardless the size of your... More >

Hello Makittii

By Sawyer Henshaw Makittii Hawaii’s Japanese seafood buffet features food, fun and a friend... More >

Seafood Flair

By Kathleen Wong The dining experience at Japengo at Hyatt Regency Waikiki is a... More >

Ride Fresh

By Sawyer Henshaw Ever dreamed of whizzing past Waikiki’s most famous landmarks and attractions without streams of traffic or wasted gas? Segway of Hawaii has been making this dream a possibility for tourists and... More >

Military Museum

A hop and a skip away from some of the more saturated areas in... More >

Step Back in Time

By Kathleen Wong Take a break at Royal Hawaiian Center’s The Royal Grove and... More >

Vintage Island

The work of artist Nick Kuchar (of Everything is Jake!) is featured at many... More >

Oddballs Of The Ocean

Waikiki Aquarium’s newest exhibit, “Amazing Adaptations,” collects together an odd bunch of underwater creatures.... More >

Street Smarts

Discover the stories behind the street names in Waikiki. When Peter Young, president of planning firm Ho‘okuleana, was working on his first project with the National Scenic Byway Program, he would sometimes wake up... More >

Pressure Point

Traditional deep tissue to bare feet, these healing remedies get low. Aches and pains... More >

The Hawaiian Way

Locally owned Outrigger Enterprises Group is rooted in the values of old Hawai‘i—its values-based... More >

Sandy Claus

Waikiki may not be your typical winter wonderland—there’s no snow, sleighs or reindeer. But... More >

Waikiki’s Treasured Natatorium

The year was 1921, and the collective American sentiment was one defined by peace... More >