Haziran 11, 2020 0 Yazar: Travel Perfect

When we say Hawaii, we think of the sea, the sand, the sun. Warm air, cool water.. Lounging on a sunbed and sunbathing. But you’re doing it. I want to tell you a little bit about Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii. Of course, in the meantime, the sea, the sand and the sun can be Trio. Maybe we don’t come.

With a population of around 400 thousand, the city of Honolulu is the southernmost and also the westernmost city in the United States. The name of the city of Honolulu, which dates back to the 11th century, comes from the meaning of “serene Harbor” or “Sheltered Harbor”. Discovered for the first time by William Brown, this place later became an important point in transportation traffic between the Asian continents and North America.

Ala Moana Beach Park

Here is a beach with hundreds of feet of golden sand. Ala Moana Beach and park is actually somewhere between Honulolu and Waikiki. Where’s Waikiki Now? Where? You’ll ask questions like that, but I’ll tell you about it later. The part where you need to enter the sea is the eastern end of the beach, that is, Diaomond Head (I will tell you this place) side of the part. It is one of the largest swimming areas in the world, visited by 4 million tourists annually. By the way, don’t go to the beach before 16:00, you may not be able to go to the sea because this place is closed between 22:00 and 16:00.

Lolani Palace

Built in 1879, this palace is located within the borders of Honulolu. Lanilonani Palace, home to dynasties, was restored almost 100 years after its foundation and opened to the public in 1978 as a museum. The lanilonani Palace, also used as the Republic’s temporary government building, is the only royal palace on U.S. soil.

Diamond Head

I can’t necessarily say see this cone-shaped natural wonder, which is a volcanic formation, because it is so big that it is possible to see this place even when you look at it from far away. Of course, it would be nice if you went up close and saw it. His name is 19.it was given by British sailors in the century.