Attractions in Waikiki

The Beach
Waikiki Beach is one of the world's most popular beaches as it is home to some of the most beautiful oceanfronts on the island. Boasting over four million yearly visitors, Waikiki Beach is one of the best places to learn how to surf or paddle a kayak. The popular beach also offers fantastic views of Diamond Head Mountain. Additionally, the beach hosts several volleyball tournaments and attracts some of the most beautiful people in the world.

International Marketplace
Another popular tourist destination in Waikiki is the International Marketplace. Catering to the island's visitors since 1956, the open-air shopping mall features shops that sell gold, pearls, diamonds, wood carvings, kites, surf equipment, t-shirts, and much more. The International Marketplace also has an international food court and offers free live entertainment every Friday and Saturday evenings. The famous shopping area is easy to spot since it has a 100-year-old Banyan tree growing in the middle of the Mall.

Waikiki Aquarium
Those who enjoy marine life need to visit the Waikiki Aquarium, the third oldest aquarium in the United States. Constructed on a living reef on Waikiki's coastline, the aquarium is home to over 3,000 organisms and 500 species of marine life. Each year, over 350,000 people visit the aquarium, many being school aged children. Some of the most popular sea creatures on display are zebra sharks, monk seals, sea jellies, and various types of octopi.

Abhasa Waikiki Spa
Honolulu's only spa that offers treatments in a luxurious tropical garden environment, the Abhasa Waikiki Spa is based in the famous Royal Hawaiian Resort. Some of the services the spa offers are a variety of massages, body treatments, and facials; as well as body cocoons and revitalizing detox treatments. The world famous spa also has a renowned salon that caters to many different styles. The salon also offers an array of manicure and pedicure services.

Paradise Cove Luau
One of the largest and most popular Luaus in Hawaii, the Paradise Cove Luau features a Mai Tai greeting followed by a five and a half hour dinner and show. The dinner includes an extensive menu offering a mixture of Hawaiian and continental cuisine. Additionally, Paradise Cove Luau includes a shower of flowers, Hawaiian games, and a tour of the beautiful gardens. Paradise Cove Luau is also home to some of the island's most spectacular sunset views from its romantic oceanfront setting.