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NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE

Kaimana Beach Hotel’s unique location at the edge of Waikiki makes it a great starting point to explore by foot or by bike.

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While Hawaii is known for it's beautiful oceanscapes, there are so many hidden - and not so hidden - treasures to discover if you dare to explore. So fill your water bottle and don’t forget your towel. You’ve got so much to explore!

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Honolulu Zoo:

Take the keiki to say aloha to the animals at the Honolulu Zoo. The 42-acre zoo is a wonderful place to explore and discover over 900 animals, from Hawaiian Nene geese to Asian Elephants.

151 Kapahulu Ave.

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KCC Farmers’ Market:

The famous KCC Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday morning in the parking lot of Kapiolani Community College, across the street from Diamond Head. Come to shop for unique made-in- Hawaii goods, fresh flowers and produce, and amazing local eats.

4303 Diamond Head Rd.

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Waikiki Aquarium:

Celebrating its 115th anniversary in 2019, the Waikiki Aquarium has been a place for Hawaii’s keiki (children) to explore and experience the marine life of the Pacific for generations.

2777 Kalakaua Ave.

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Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center:

Located in the heart of Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is a gathering place that features luxury brands, boutiques, restaurants and events.

2201 Kalakaua Ave.

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Kahala Mall:

Serving the Waialae-Kahala area, this cozy indoor mall features unique local vendors and eateries with an off- the-beaten-path neighborhood feel.

4211 Waialae Ave.

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International Marketplace:

The home of Waikiki’s famous, 160-year-old Banyan tree recently received a million-dollar makeover. Today, this is a great spot to eat at award-winning restaurants and shop at unique local stores.

2330 Kalakaua Ave.

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Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand:

For over 46 years, Hula’s has been a legend among the LGBTQ+ community. This open-air restaurant and bar in the Waikiki Grand Hotel features great live music.

134 Kapahulu Ave.

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Diamond Head Market & Grill:

For a higher-end plate lunch, order up at Diamond Head Market’s humble window for some delicious eats, or step inside the market to grab-and-go.

3158 Monserrat Ave.

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Waiola Shave Ice:

There’s no better local treat to cool you down on a hot day than a colorful shave ice with all the fixings - and Waiola’s is one of the best spots in town.

3113 Mokihana St.

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Ono Seafood:

This hidden gem is a family run business that serves some of the freshest and best poke (diced raw fish) on the island. Before the poke trend, there was Ono Seafood.

747 Kapahulu Ave.

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Rainbow Drive-In:

Since 1961, this local spot has served some of the best “plate-lunches” in Hawaii. Order a “mix plate,” with BBQ beef, boneless chicken and mahi mahi, after a long day at the beach.

3308 Kanaina Ave.

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Da Cove Health Bar & Cafe:

A popular spot for local surfers and fitness-minded beachgoers, Da Cove specializes in acai bowls, fruit smoothies, healthy wraps and fresh sandwiches.

3045 Monsarrat Ave.

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Leonard’s Bakery:

Leonard’s has been serving hot, delicious malasadas (Portuguese doughnuts) since 1952. A favorite of both locals and visitors, this is a must-eat spot in nearby Kapahulu.

933 Kapahulu Ave.

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ARS Cafe:

Enjoy a quality cup of coffee from around the world, cool off with some homemade gelato and explore the work of local artists in this charming lounge space.

3116 Monsarrat Ave.

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