Saturday, July 23, 2011

Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach is the most famous beaches around the world, Located on the south shore of Honolulu, this is the classic shoreline behind the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and the Moana Surfrider, 2.4 kilometers along the beach was the center of many activities and tourism facilities.

Waikiki has a variety of attractions to see including the Waikiki Aquarium, the U.S. Army Museum, and the Honolulu Zoo across the street from the 100-acre Kapiolani Park. Not far from Waikiki you can go on an Atlantis Submarine ride or enjoy the ocean views from the coastal Leahi (Diamond Head) Lookouts.

At Waikiki Beach, traveler can also sunbathe, surf (this is one of the best places in Hawaii to learn how to surf or paddle a canoe), sail, watch the sunset over dinner, or simply see the attraction of hula-hula dance and other attractions of the island of Oahu native.

For tourists who want to surf with waves that are challenging tourists can come to Waimea bay is located in Haleiwa on the North Shore of O'ahu.

okay back to Waikiki beach As the sun sets, shop, dine, dance, and listen to live music in venues like the new Waikiki Beach Walk and in hotels and resorts throughout Waikiki. Beyond the borders of Waikiki, you'll discover a wealth of interesting attractions, from the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor to the legendary beaches of the North Shore.

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