A 4K HDR experience of Hawaii and its downtown culture. Includes walking videos and drone footage of architecture, skyline, people, food, and much more! Join us in this journey and please consider this as a 2022 travel destination.
Where to travel in 2022? USA is a prime country to visit and Hawaii the perfect state.
When heading to a city as popular as this, it pays to know your way around. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’re presenting you with our Traveler’s Guide to Exploring Hawaii.
Exploring Downtown Honolulu, the capital city of Hawaii. We’ll explore the Capitol District, Central Business District, Chinatown, and the Waterfront.
The Capitol District, or Civic Center, contains most of the federal, state, and city governmental buildings and is centered on the Hawaiʻi State Capitol, ʻIolani Palace, and Honolulu Hale (city hall).
Centered on Bishop Street and Fort Street Mall, the central business district is roughly bounded by Nuʻuanu Avenue, Nimitz Highway, Richards Street, and Vineyard Boulevard. This area contains most of the headquarters buildings of Hawaiʻi-based companies and most of the skyscrapers.
Located between Nuʻuanu Stream and Nuʻuanu Avenue, Chinatown at one time was the center of Chinese cultural contact on the island.
Honolulu’s waterfront area centers on Aloha Tower, which was once the tallest building in Hawaiʻi and where cruise ships would dock before the advent of air travel between Hawaiʻi and the U.S. Mainland. Recently, cruise ships between the Hawaiian Islands now dock at Honolulu Harbor.
Honolulu is located on the Polynesian island O’ahu, in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean. It is the capital of Hawaii, The 50th American state.
Surf and sun are Honolulu’s two main draws. Waikiki is the most vibrant downtown beach (swimming, paddle boarding and sailing are favourite activities). Ala Moana Beach Park and Kailua Beach offer quieter alternatives.
Kapi’olani Park boasts ancient banyan trees and an attractive beach front. It is also home to the historic Honolulu Zoo.
Iolani Palace is America’s only royal palace. The Bishop Museum tells of the Polynesian voyagers who came to Honolulu long before Captain Cook. Downtown has a statue of fearless warrior King Kamehameha, who unified the Hawaiian islands in the late 18th century. Pearl Harbor is a favourite site with history lovers.
The Lēʻahi (Diamond Head) crater serves as a reminder of Hawaii’s explosive beginnings, and has commanding views over the island. The Aloha Tower provides more great vistas of the city.
War Memorial Natatorium
Sans Souci Beach Park
Queens Walkway Into The Ocean
Fort DeRussy Beach
Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon (Hilton)
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