North Shore Neighborhoods

January 15, 2015

Thousands of surf enthusiasts make the pilgrimage from their Waikiki hotels up to O‘ahu’s North Shore every winter to observe some of the largest, surfable waves on the planet pounding an otherwise tranquil shoreline. Here, legends have been born, and… More >

Kaka‘ako Neighborhoods

January 15, 2015

Hit the pavement to explore the action in Kaka‘ako, centrally located minutes from downtown Honolulu and Waikiki along Ala Moana Boulevard. The pedestrian-friendly neighborhood emphasizes art and community-building and boasts plenty of gathering places from “parklets” to hip bars, not… More >

Kaimuki Neighborhoods

January 14, 2015

It is only fitting that the neighborhood sprouting from King Kalakaua’s former farmland would harbor some of Honolulu’s most celebrated restaurants and shops. No longer the frolicking grounds of the king’s ostriches, modern day Kaimuki is a thriving, urbanized residential… More >

Show Stoppers

January 9, 2015

CabaRAE—a new cabaret and variety show experience enters Waikiki’s nighttime entertainment scene. Waikiki welcomes the newest showroom—CabaRAe Random Acts of entertainment at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa. The brand new 10,000-square-foot showroom features 360-degree seating around a… More >

An Artistic Walkabout in Waikiki

January 9, 2015

By Andy Beth Miller In addition to natural beauty, expressions of art are found throughout Waikiki. When thinking of Waikiki, most people envision its alluring white sand beaches, the scintillating and savory fine dining available on every corner or the… More >

For The Love Of Music

January 9, 2015

On a cool relaxing mid-week night in Waikiki, everybody wants a moment with 64-year-old traditional Hawaiian musician Cyril Pahinui. And it’s no wonder. The guy is a certified living legend as a master of slack key guitar. Earlier this year,… More >

Open Season

January 9, 2015

Pro golfers vie for the crown at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Golf is another addition to one of the many perks of being in Hawai‘i during the winter months. As the snow, rain and chill drapes the fairways of… More >

There She Blows!

January 9, 2015

Hawai‘i is the humpbacks’ seasonal home. The majesty and grace of the humpback whale as it travels through Hawaiian waters is a sight to behold. For many, the arrival of the humpback whale (they travel to the sheltering waters off… More >

SURFING: Hawai‘i’s Gift to the Sporting World

January 9, 2015

There’s no escaping the culture of surfing here on O‘ahu—it’s a part of the fabric of the island. And although you might think the bright-colored board shorts, dozens of surfboard shapes and endless surf-inspired apparel are “what it’s all about,”… More >

Ride Fresh

November 6, 2014

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 locals alike for the past nine… More >

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