I guess I didn't go to the Banquet Cruise, but I accidentally photographed the boats at the Banquet when Sarton was waiting for sunset. After sunset, the lights were a little bit like the stars in the sky, which was very beautiful. Didn’t participate, I don’t know the price/performance ratio, I think it should be very interesting^_^
Huh a good choice. You can take a boat at the pier and take a look at Aloha Tower. It is recommended to go early in the afternoon and you can also transfer the Chinese Wall and China Town! It is recommended to go on Friday, you can also see the fireworks
Participating in the Ali'I Kai dinner cruise for two years in a row, the two times felt different, with different dancers, different menus, different scenery, and different moods. The only thing that did not change was the enthusiasm of the Hawaiians. When you come here, you can feel their hospitality and enthusiasm. The staff will be able to grasp the atmosphere and interact with the tourists. If you are on your birthday or honeymoon this month, there may be small surprises waiting for you.
I have never seen a sunrise on the sea, but this time I saw a sunset on the sea. Friends who like taking pictures will like it. I didn't give five stars because I was seasick and almost vomited. It didn't feel good. After all, it was at sea and it was a bit bumpy. The dining tables in the cabin are arranged in four rows. If you want to sit on the tables by the windows on both sides, an extra $12 per person will be charged. The content of the dinner is not the local Hawaiian specialties mentioned in the text introduction, but the food that is very common in the usual western buffet. The most exciting part of the show is of course the hula dance. There was interaction after the performance. The staff kept inviting tourists to dance together. During the group dance, most of the tourists participated, and finally they returned home with great fun. I heard that the boss is very affectionate to the Chinese, and the two adopted children are from China.