Honolulu's Chinatown is one of the city's liveliest districts, containing every aspect of a big city within a fifteen block ... More
Honolulu's Chinatown is one of the city's liveliest districts, containing every aspect of a big city within a fifteen block area. During the day, plenty of shop-owners open their doors for tourists and locals to browse at their leisure. When the shopping is done and appetites are high, fill up with Dim Sum or go a bit further out to find Korean, Thai, Filipino, and Japanese restaurants. When the day is done, relax at a bar and have a few drinks with some friends, or go out and see a show. Chinatown theaters present everything from stand-up comedy to vaudeville, musicals, silent films, and plays.
Japanese influence is among the strongest cultural influences in Hawaii; however, Japanese residents still make an effort to preserve the
pure Japanese heritage, art, and culture of their past. To promote that end, the Cultural Center offers scholarships and ...
The impressive holdings of Hawaii's fine arts museum include one of the nation's finest collections of Asian art as well
as a 17,000 piece collection of graphic arts and artifacts from Hawaiian and other ancient civilizations around the world. ...
The Aston Executive Centre is located in the center of Honolulu's business district, six miles from Honolulu International Airport. The
downtown location is convenient to Honolulu's business and government buildings, Aloha Tower Marketplace, Restaurant Row, Chinatown, and more. Within ...