Hawaii is known for its dream beaches, scene of beautiful sunsets. A resort once reserved for royalty, Waikiki is no exception, much to the delight of tourists.
Waikiki beach Aerial view of Waikiki beach from the Diamond Head State Monument in Hawaii.
Fireworks on Waikiki beach
Aloha Tower and Honolulu Cruise Terminal
Parrot at Hilton Hawaiian Village waikiki
Diamond Head Crater on Oahu Island in Hawaii
Diamond Head State Monument
Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbour
Wreck of the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor
The Iolani Palace was the official residence of the last monarchs of Hawaii. After the overthrow of the monarchy by the Americans in 1893, different forms of government followed one another. The archipelago was annexed by the United States in 1898, but it was not until August 21, 1959 that it became its 50th state.
At certain times in January, the waves reach tens meters. Hawaii then becomes a surfer’s paradise.
Bird of Paradise
On the island of Oahu, pineapple is grown in several plantations to be canned. When picking, the fruit crown is cut before being planted again. A single pineapple can produce several generations of fruit, each time smaller.
The Byodo-In Temple was built in 1968 in honor of the first Japanese immigrants. It is a replica of a thousand-year-old temple in Uji, Japan.