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Was du in O‘ahu unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Cultural Center
“See and feel the culture of the Polynesian people here and enjoy a luau. This is where the best fire show on the island is in my opinion. It's a fun place to spend the da”
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“Hike to the top of the famous Diamondhead Volcano starting in the crater. Great views! Winding path with stairs and railguards, takes about 30 minutes of walking from the parking lot. $1 entry fee per person for walking in, $5 per vehicle for driving in. https://goo.gl/maps/tRUNh4TqqYU2”
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Natural Feature
“Haumana Bay is located in Hana Park on the side of the road and walk down. This is a beautiful beach to sunbathe, boogie board and enjoy your day.”
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“The famous outdoor mall in Honolulu which is the 7th largest outdoor mall in the country. You can spend a day here easily, then take a sunset sail from the yacht harbor across the street.”
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“Ala Moana Center, Hawaii's largest shopping center located in Honolulu just minutes from Waikiki, is an open-air shopping oasis. Here you'll find over 340 merchants including luxury brands, local specialty stores, fine-dining restaurants and an international food court. Spend an hour or the entire day. You'll discover why Ala Moana is Hawaii's Center.”
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General Travel
“At the Visitor's Center they offer Ranch grown saltwater shrimp, oysters, grass-fed beef and typically some local fruit and vegetables. You can also pre-order as supplies sometimes run out. ”
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“Beautiful beach. No bathrooms, showers, lifeguards, nor parking lot though.”
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Hawaiianisches Restaurant
“"Dukes Waikiki" is know for it's excellent buffets with ocean views; named after the iconic surfing legend who made Waikiki popular worldwide!”
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“White sands. Great for swimming! Can get busy, so we recommend visiting midweek.”
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“Beautiful building and grounds, housing Hawaiian and Pacific Rim artifacts.”
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“Check out early in the morning or later afternoon to avoid getting too hot, its a safari out there! Snack bar offers treat to cool down such as Shave Ice & Dip'n'Dots Ice Cream.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
“Actually not my favorite, but lots of people love it. It is very close to the cottage, offers fresh baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, plate lunches, salads and more. The layout is awful, you have to wait in line to order while people have to squeeze by you to get into the shop to get their drinks and other items before squeezing back past you to get to the back of the line. Still it is like a right of passage on the North Shore and their malsadas are delicious.”
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“A Hawaiian classic. I love the filled malasadas. Be prepared to wait in line.”
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“Marukame Udon Waikiki is an extremely popular Japanese noodle restaurant. There’s always a line, but it moves quickly. ”
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Natural Feature
“I haven't seen any sharks here but the tide pools and having a close up look at the sand crabs, and little fish is fun for the little ones. Snorkeling anyone?”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Waimea Valley hosts a well kept garden that also has a nice waterfall! Make a trip out of it and visit Waimea beach which is great for swimming in the summer.”
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