Ala Moana Beach Park is here two nights in a row. You can watch the sunset on the park lawn, with mushroom trees, or walk to the ultra-long Ala Moana beach for a sunset beach stroll. Most of them are local residents, who run and walk with their children, and there are many Japanese couples taking wedding photos. The atmosphere of the whole park is very warm! ____________ Compared with the crowded Waikikiki beach, this is a good choice to see the sunset.
Walking along Waikikiki Beach, there are a lot of people here every day, running, walking, watching the sunset, surfing and playing water, feeling like a street park, near the downtown area, after shopping to see the sunset here, very beautiful. You can also watch other people surfing and skiing, very attentive, and have time to watch the sunset here almost every day.
Alamona Beach's most beautiful sunset, let people feel the drunkenness under the sunset [rose]
I'd like to go on and on about the myriad of reasons why Ala Moana Beach is thousands of times better than nearby Waikiki Beach, but frankly I am still trying to deal with the fact that I can give this favorite location only five stars. I mean, it's about a mile or so long, with maybe one person for every forty square feet or so (on a busy day), protected from waves by an offshore reef (with great surf just past said reef), home to a number of snack bars and other beach-side facilities, right across the street from the best mall in the state, and maybe a ten minute walk from Waikiki. If there was ever a beach deserving of six stars it would be Ala Moana. For location, amenities, and overall quality of beach and water, it's hands down the best beach in Honolulu. There... "*" that makes six!
The beach in the Waikikiki area is easy to reach. The beach is always crowded with people and there are many local surfers. The sunset at the seaside is also very beautiful. Of course, the beach at night is also very busy, all kinds of performances, singing, dancing and so on, feel the fun of vacation!