Waikiki Beach is widely known because of its mild climate and good weather almost 365 days a year. The temperature here doesn’t fall below 18C and doesn’t rise above 28C. Approximately 90% of all hotels in the Hawaii Islands are located nearby this beach. At nighttime the center of Honolulu shines with numerous lights. This time belongs to restaurants and clubs; the city returns to life and its embankment attracts many people. Here you can also see youth entertaining on Harley Davidson bikes rented nearby.
Just like in any other capital, the center of Honolulu is the region around the residence of Hawaiian kings. The name of the palace is taken from eastern literature and is called “the palace of sky bird” or Iolani. This is also the only royal palace remained on the territory of the US. Polynesian Cultural Center is one more sight of the city. After attending this place you will feel like you have visited different parts of Polynesia – Samoa, Tahiti, the Marquesas Islands, New Zealand and Tonga Kingdom.
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