Located on the second floor of the Chinese Cultural Plaza, this place is a bit of a hidden treasure. Several exhibits of ... More
Chinese Art Exhibition Hall
Located on the second floor of the Chinese Cultural Plaza, this place is a bit of a hidden treasure. Several exhibits of Chinese art are displayed, ranging from traditional formal dress to ornate screens. Films play in a room to the side. The staff here consists of one mild-mannered security guard whose job it is to sign people in and out. Any questions can be addressed to the tourism office, located a few doors down.
All kinds of events, large and small, are held at this small downtown park. While certainly not the largest of
Hawaii's parks, it is the oldest of Honolulu's community parks, and has long been the site of community gatherings ...
Hula dancers greet each sunset sailor as passengers depart on the largest of the local cruise ships, The Star of
Honolulu. Visitors cruise off Oahu's leeward shore as the sun sinks below the horizon and the twinkling lights of ...
This steel and concrete structure was constructed as a coastal artillery installation in 1911. It sits unobtrusively in the middle
of a lush beachfront park in Waikiki. The fort's Battery Randolph has been converted to an exhibit hall that ...