Built in 1882 by Hawaii's last king, David Kalakaua, this stately three-story building is a real treat to tour. After the ... More
Built in 1882 by Hawaii's last king, David Kalakaua, this stately three-story building is a real treat to tour. After the overthrow of the King's sister Queen Liliuokalani in 1893, the structure served as the territorial and state capitol until 1969. The Palace Galleries showcase jewels and regalia from the days of Hawaiian royalty.
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. ...
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 ...
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 ...