A free place to visit is a small watchtower. The elevator inside is very old and the ascent speed is very slow, but it has a sense of retro, very interesting. There are few visitors. Up to the top, you can have a bird's eye view of the whole city of Honolulu. The scenery is very good.
Alohata, very close to the city government, beautiful scenery, I came here is Christmas, so there are few people around, there is a market has not opened, if not festival to come here, but also to visit the market and shops, the other side of the tower is the sea.
What I love most about Aloha Tower Marketplace is the ambiance of the place. The historic tower is worth a visit (there are still bullet holes from World War II). The bars and restaurants here are also pretty fun, though many can be pricey. Most of the shops appeal more to tourists, as I've not found any of them particularly interesting.The biggest downside is parking; there isn't a lot of space, so you'll have to pay.
Located in the urban area, the traffic is convenient. Maybe I don't understand its connotation, so I think the scenery is general. The yard was being repaired when they went, and there were no tourists and few believers. The front yard has a tablet introduction, which can understand the specific content.
Shops and restaurants and more shops and more restaurants! Great location.Did you know the Aloha Tower was once the tallest building in Honolulu?
I decided to come after looking at the promotional photos, which is the tallest and most famous building in Hawaii. I arrived in the morning. There are very few tourists here. Behind the tower lies another port, the sea is particularly blue. It is recommended to play for an hour.