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


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!


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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.