This is the main avenue of Honolulu. Of course, it is full of traffic. There are very prosperous shopping malls and specialty shops of various sizes, as well as various exquisite shops and restaurants. It is especially lively at night.
The street is very spacious, and there are some very prosperous commercial districts on both sides. It is not like the feeling of Southeast Asian countries. It really feels like a big American city, and there are various brands.
Kalakaua Avenue is the most famous street in Honolulu. The hotel we stayed in is also here. Although the hotel is five-star expensive, two kettles are provided in the room. If we need to drink water, we need to fill water by ourselves. Bottles are not provided. Drinking water, very environmentally friendly
There is a daytime atmosphere during the day and nighttime excitement at night. There are luxury shops and various cafes next to each other. The streets are very clean and wide. Although there are a few homeless people begging, there are also performers who earn pocket money. Tourist
A well-known street, a long street. The street passes by beaches, parks, and through hotels. On the side of the street are high-end shops, various high-end fashion counters and restaurants, attracting many tourists from all over the world. If you like shopping, you can buy, buy and buy here, and there are many natural landscapes and places of interest in the surrounding area, but the surrounding traffic is congested, and there are no other problems.
Kalakaua Ave, Kalakaua Avenue, or Kalakaua Avenue. Kalakaua Avenue is a main road to the southwest of Oahu, and it can also be said to be the main commercial street in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. For example, Beach Walk Shopping Center refers to the section of Kalakaua Avenue near Waikiki Beach (Waikiki Beach). The busiest section starts near the intersection with Ala Moana Ave, goes south through Waikiki Beach and KūHiō Beach, and continues to Hawaii Zoo and Queens Beach. The Waikiki area is lined with restaurants, hotels and shops, and among them, Karakawa Avenue and Kuhio Avenue are the first nightlife areas. In my opinion, there are two interesting places on Kalakaua Avenue. One is north of Waikiki Wall, the section of Kalakaua Avenue adjacent to Kūhiō Beach (of course). The buildings are mainly on the east side of the avenue; the section of Kalakaua Avenue in the south of the Waikiki Wall, with Queens Beach on the west and a large green area on the east, starting with the Honolulu Zoo. Another interesting place is the northwest of Xiou Beach (Karakava Avenue goes northwest), the Waikiki Sheraton Hotel area, which faces the sea in the south and is the most "authentic" Waikiki Beach in the north. There are many shops and restaurants on both sides of Karakawa Avenue. Famous ones are Waikiki Beach Walk, T Galleria By DFS, Waikiki Shopping Plaza, The Cheesecake Factory, International Market Place, etc. The two alleys here are my favorite. One is next to The Cheesecake Factory and leads to Waikiki Beach. There are many surfboards on the wall at the opening of the alley. At the end of the alley, you can smell the breath of the sea, walking in the alley. Several girls are like lilacs; the other Dukes Ln, a small commodity market, is very mini. When passers-by meet, they must turn sideways to pass each other. Suddenly, I think of the scene in the early days of China's reform.
I was impressed by the beautiful Karakava Avenue, every evening when the sunset, the streets of the torch red, the sky of the clouds burning red, let the tourists experience the passion of Hawaii like fire.