1. Go to Honolulu
You can get to Honolulu by catching a flight to Honolulu International Airport. From here, catch another bus for $ 1 - 2.25 USD to have access to the downtown area. If not seasick, you absolutely can choose a train, usually services for large tour groups.
2. Move in the city
Honolulu is the city with the curves and meanders continuously. Go to Honolulu, you forget the concept of North and South. Please memorize the words "mauka": towards the mountain, and "Makai": towards the sea and do not forget to buy even a map as he stepped to Honolulu.
Mountains "Diamond Head"
You can move in the city by bus with the same price as the price from the airport to catch a flight centers or taxi. Taxi seemingly more convenient, but the price is quite high, 30 - 40 USD not including gratuities. So if you consider a luxury vehicle to pick them!
3. See what?
Anyone thinking of coastline in Honolulu Waikiki beach are thinking. It is a white sandy beach, surrounded by hotels and Diamond Head tops. Visitors gather in Waikiki to swim, sun, go sightseeing by canoe and surf. Honolulu is home to many rainbows appeared in the world. Do not forget to occasionally looked up at the sky to see the amazing natural spectacle of them!
Rainbow frequently appears in the sky Honolulu
Always crowded Waikiki Coast
If you want to stay away from crowded beach, you can choose a lot of other beaches. Just go a little bit down the west, you can go to Ala Moana Park Park, a green space with trees and a quiet beach.
Ala Moana Park beach
You've seen the famous movie "Pearl Harbor". And if you can remember it was a landmark in western Honolulu? Today, the military memorial in Pearl Harbor has attracted a large number of tourists.
Many visitors want to learn about the history and evolution of this beautiful city. Their destination is definitely the Bishop Museum, which is full of Hawaii history and related exhibitions. Museum quite large so take the time to look at and sometimes admire offline!
The two largest art museum district is Makiki Honolulu Museum of Art, which owns the largest collection of Asian art, the US and Europe with the paintings of Van Gogh, Picasso, Gauguin ... and Contemporary Museum, where you can see the newer art.
There are several shopping centers in Honolulu. International markets Waikiki, DFS Galleria (market duty free items) and Waikiki Shopping Plaza are places familiar to international visitors.
You can also visit Chinatown - Chinatown to buy seafood and "Lei" - the bold wreath scarf Hawaii.
5. Eating in Honolulu
Go to Honolulu, you will enjoy a "luau" - a Hawaiian-style feast featured include Lomi salmon mixed tomato, pepper; Kalua pork: pork special surrounded by banana leaves; Pipi Kaula: beef marinated typical Hawaiian style, luau: seafood, often mixed with coconut milk and ink Haupia: coconut milk dessert dark.
Also one other favorites from Honolulu is Genki Sushi - Japanese cuisine and other types of sushi.