When talking about Hawaii, it used to be the image of Japanese fighters spread out wingspan, gliding through the sky in an old black and white color of documentary films about Pearl Harbor battle.
Today, sweet Ukulele (a typical four-string guitar of Hawaii) and vibrant Hula dance has become a dream for many tourists who wish to come to Hawaii, a dream that seems impossible because geographical distance and cultural barriers.
The first impression of Honolulu is the extremely fresh air and an indescribably peaceful feeling even though it is surrounded by tourists coming from everywhere. To Honolulu, visitors can not ignore Waikiki beach famous for fine white sand beaches, stretching headlines, blue sea and full of sunshine. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to meet familiar faces in the US entertainment industry and the world is walking on the streets along the beach or lying down and sunbathing under the bright and vibrant sunshine of Waikiki, because Hawaii in general and Honolulu in particular is always the best vacation destination for anyone.
The popular tourist destinations in Honolulu that tourists often visit for the first time to explore this beautiful island is the Iolani palace built in 1879 – the residence of the King of Hawaii, King Kamehameha monument. – the last reigning king of Hawaii.
Hawaii is also famous for its volcanoes. The most famous volcano in Honolulu is Diamond Head, which is an extinct volcano, which is now a favorite tourist attraction. The reason it was named was because in the 19th century, British sailors mistakenly thought that the crystals in the stone were diamonds. Visitors can walk up to the top of the mountain’s mouth. Here, Captain Cook stopped and watched the Waikiki sea – one of the most beautiful seas in the world. If you have time and love the volcano, you can book a short flight from Honolulu to Big Island (the largest island in Hawaii), also known as Volcanic Island, where the national volcanic park is located.
If you want to learn about the culture and history of Hawaii, nowhere better than the Polynesian cultural center north of Oahu. This is considered a poetic place and attracts the most tourists on Oahu. Here, the Polynesian life, customs and activities are faithfully reproduced through music, art, clothing, festival festivals, boating, hunting until the habitats of ethnic groups in Hawaii.
Moreover, visitors can learn a lot about Hawaii’s history and Polynesian culture, typically as their settlement on the Hawaiian Islands is considered one of the most dangerous transgressions of humankind by means of unchallenged boats through vast, turbulent oceans. On the journey, some people stopped and settled on small islands.
The rest continued on the road with the hope of finding a new land. Due to this practice, the Polynesians are also called the Islanders. Heaven did not please people, they finally found a place to stop that today is called “Tropical Paradise”. So don’t miss the opportunity to discover the beauty of this place.