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Shopping and Sightseeing

Ala Moana Shopping Center

Ala Moana Center is Hawaii's premier shopping, entertainment, and dining destination - with over 260 stores and venues in a unique indoor/outdoor environment.

TheBus from Waikiki: Take #19 or #20 on Kuhio Ave or Saratoga Rd. Estimated travel time is 5 to 10 minutes. 

Waikiki Trolley: Red, Pink, and Yellow lines.

 

Dole Plantation

For the total "pineapple experience", visit the Dole Plantation.  Attractions include the 2001 Guinness World Records World's Largest Maze, the Pineapple Express train ride and the Plantation Garden Tour.  Also enjoy their country store and Dole Whip soft serve ice cream.

Driving directions

Aloha Tower Marketplace

Aloha Tower Marketplace is located right on the oceanfront and features many shops, restaurants and live entertainment nightly.

Driving directions

Waikele Shopping Center

Shop smart and save big by visiting Waikele Premium Outlets which include popular outlet stores such as Banana Republic, Coach and Barney's New York.
From Waikiki: The easiest way is to take one of those shuttles run by local travel agencies. Around $10.

Driving directions


Beaches

 

 

Waikiki
The most popular beach for tourists. The beach is located right behind the hotel where the conference is held.

 

North Shore
During your stay in Hawaii, be sure to visit the North Shore of Oahu.  Featuring awesome beaches, various eateries and numerous other outdoor activities, the North Shore is the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Ala Moana Beach Park
Located right in front of Ala Moana Shopping Center, Ala Moana Beach Park is a popular gathering place for picnics and celebrations, fishing, swimming and surfing.

Hiking

Diamond Head

A popular tourist attraction, Diamond Head is a hiking trail in Oahu that offers a nice view of Kokohead Crater in the east, and Waikiki in the west. Do not forget to bring water since there is no shade in the early part of the hike. 

Fee: $1 per person on foot. $5 per car.

From Waikiki: Catch the #22 Bus on Kuhio Avenue.

Manoa Falls

 

The Manoa Falls trail is located in Manoa Valley. You can enjoy streams and water falls in the rain forrest. The trail is often went and slippery, so be careful.

From Waikiki: Take #19 or 20 and get off at Ala Moana shpping center (do not forget to ask for a transfer ticket!). Transfer to #5.


Golf Courses

Golf courses are spread throughout the island. For more information on the various golf courses around the island please visit: http://www.islandgolf.com

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