Our Waikīkī: Find Your Way With This Illustrated Map of Waikīkī
How many of these iconic spots have you visited?
HAWAI‘I ARMY MUSEUM SOCIETY
The museum is located inside Battery Randolph, a former coastal gun battery at Fort DeRussy.
PACIFIC MONEY EXCHANGE
This window along Royal Hawaiian Avenue offers kama‘āina some of the best exchange rates for yen in Honolulu.
The city broadcasts a live feed of the statue and Kūhiō Beach on its website.
Based on a children’s story, the Makua and Kila statue, sculpted by Holly Young, features a boy surfing alongside a monk seal.
“It is possible to live in peace,” says the inscription on the Mohandas Gandhi sculpture, which was dedicated in 1990.
LOUISE DILLINGHAM MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN
Constructed at the former site of the Phoenix Fountain, which honored Japanese Emperor Yoshihito but was torn down after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The new fountain, dedicated in 1967, honors Louise Dillingham for her work on the board of Parks and Recreation.
WAIKĪKĪ-DIAMOND HEAD COMMUNITY GARDEN
Residents from Waikīkī’s high-rises flock to this community garden, started in 1975, on Lē‘ahi Avenue.
ALA WAI GOLF COURSE
The busiest municipal golf course in the United States. It hosts a concession stand run by L&L.
These are the Hawaiian names of popular surf breaks, according to John R. K. Clark.