A Local’s Guide to an O‘ahu Road Trip: Hawai‘i Kai to Kaimukī
Visit a Korean temple, buy some new plants, catch a foreign film and discover the lesser-known parts of East O‘ahu.
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Overseas travel may still be iffy, but when your everyday routes feel more like ruts, road trips can break you out of the routine. A lot has changed in our neighborhoods. So we asked locals for their best one-day itinerary for other locals outside of the urban core. Make sure to pack your cooler, ice packs, beach towel, slippers and a good amount of respect—don’t leave that trash behind!—before you go.
333 Keāhole St., Suite 2B9, (808) 393-2200, @malamarkethawaii
Nii R&S Nursery Inc.
938 Kamilonui Place, (808) 395-9811
Consolidated Theatres Koko Marina
7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, Suite AB100, (808) 397-6134, consolidatedtheatres.com/kokomarina
820 W. Hind Drive, Suite 119, (808) 373-4034, jacksrestauranthonolulu.com
2420 Halela‘au Place, (808) 735-7858, muryangsatemple.com
1215 Center St., Suite 210, (808) 732-1709, mutualpublishing.com
Bubbly & Bleu
1132 Koko Head Ave., (808) 888-5555, bubblyandbleu.com
Pu‘u O Kaimukī Park
951 Koko Head Ave., enter from Ocean View Drive
3607 Wai‘alae Ave., (808) 739-0230, brokenricehi.com