Discover New Hawaii Hawaii City Walk


Ko Olina is located on the west side of the Oahu island and famous for Ko Olina Resort with four man-made lagoons. There are a golf club, spas, marina, villas, and hotels inside the resort. Particularly, Aulani Disney Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort are perfect for family vacation, wedding, and timeshare.


Waikiki is the largest resort area and busiest neighborhood in the city of Honolulu. It is the center of Hawaii sightseeing where visitors from all over the world visit surrounded by many shopping centers, restaurants, resort hotels, and condominiums. A bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku, the father of surfing, welcomes you at Waikiki Beach.


Kailua is a residential area located in the east south side of the Oahu island, next to Kaneohe. Lanikai Beach, meaning “heavenly sea,” and Kailua Beach Park attract many tourists with clear blue sea and white sand. Enjoy calm and peaceful vibes here while shopping at Kailua Shopping Center and eating pancakes or Acai bowls.


Pearl City and Aiea districts are the suburbs where local residents live. Pearlridge Center is one of the largest shopping venue in Oahu and you can use the monorail to move between two buildings. In contrast to Ala Moana Center, which targets tourist, Pearlridge Center is mainly targeted for local residents. You may find local items loved by locals.


Wahiawa, known as “Pineapple Capital of the World,” is located along the Kamehameha highway, which runs from Pearl City to North Shore. Dole Plantation is a historical plantation where tourists can enjoy a variety of pineapple activities. Wahiawa Botanical Garden houses many unique, tropical plants.


North Shore, which is located in the north side of Oahu, attracts professional surfers from all over the world. Haleiwa is a popular sightseeing spot where you can enjoy the flavor of good, old Hawaii, known for its sugar cane and pineapple plantations. Explore nostalgic streets, long-standing cafes and bakeries loved by locals.