The Aloha State is an opus of six islands, but if there’s one that sets the tempo, it’s Oahu. Hawaii’s most populated and third-largest island has a rhythm all its own — an energy that meeting and convention travelers feel the moment their plane touches down in Honolulu.
Throughout the capital city, from downtown to the beachfront resort area of Waikiki, the beat pulses in business, entertainment and cultural events. Honolulu’s attractions are exciting, its population diverse, and its ambiance chic.
Oahu’s Top Attractions
- Iolani Palace, official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy
- Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, premier museum of Hawaiian culture and history
- Pearl Harbor’s Battleship Missouri Memorial, USS Arizona Memorial, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor and USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
- Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu Zoo, Chinatown and Sea Life Park Hawaii
- Diamond Head (Leahi) State Monument, the 560-foot-high tuff crater that plays backdrop to Waikiki Beach