If you are planning on traveling to Honolulu, use this interactive map to help you locate everything from food to hotels to tourist destinations. The street map of Honolulu is the most basic version which provides you with a comprehensive outline of the city’s essentials. The satellite view will help you to navigate your way through foreign places with more precise image of the location.
As you browse around the map, you can select different parts of the map by pulling across it interactively as well as zoom in and out it to find:
You can also expand it to fill the entire screen rather than just working with the map on one part of the screen.
Navigate your way through foreign places with the help of more personalized maps. Use the satellite view, narrow down your search interactively, save to PDF to get a free printable Honolulu plan.
Click this icon on the map to see the satellite view, which will dive in deeper into the inner workings of Honolulu.
Feel free to download the PDF version of the Honolulu, HI map so that you can easily access it while you travel without any means to the Internet.
If you are looking for directions to Honolulu, HI rather than an online map of all of the places that you are interested in visiting, you also have the option of finding and saving the directions for future use.
You are also able to narrow down your search by selecting only restaurants, for example, that way you can have a list of exactly what it is that you are searching for. You can also use our search box in order to locate any other places that you are interested in finding.
Take advantage of all of the history and culture that Honolulu is filled with via the help of our comprehensive list. From observation points, to historical sites, monuments, spas, find everything that this city has to offer. We have even included information about some gems that aren’t as frequented by tourists such as ruins or castles, for example. You will also find information regarding cultural centers such as theaters and opera houses for live entertainment.
Honolulu’s observation points: Lanai Lookout
Historical sites: Kalakaua Vegetable Gardens (Historical), Fort Shafter, Duck Island, Kukaniloko Birthstones State Monument, Chinatown Historic District, King Kamehameha Statue, Honolulu Hale, Hawaii Capital Historic District
Monuments: Nagasaki Peace Bell in Haonolulu, Diamond Head State Monument, Old Stadium Park plaque
Get your hands on some new items that you can’t find back home! Here, find some of the best malls that boast the widest selections or charming markets that offer a variety of quality local goods.
Honolulu’s malls: Kāne‘ohe Bay Shopping Center, Kapalama Shopping Center, King Kalākaua Plaza Shopping Center, Koko Marina Shopping Center, Hawaii Kai Shopping Center, Aina Haina Shopping Center, Temple Valley Shopping Center, Wahiawa Town Center Shopping Center, Waikīkī International Marketplace Shopping Center, Waipahu Town Center Shopping Center
Markets: International Market Place
Take a look at what Honolulu’s educational institutions look like such as their schools, colleges, and universities. Some even offer tours that way you can get an in depth idea into all that they have to offer. In addition, Honolulu boasts many architecturally elaborate libraries that not only hold copious amounts of books, but also act as great studying spaces.
Honolulu’s universities: University of Hawaii Waikiki
Schools: University of Hawaii Medical School, Kaneohe Elementary School, Kapalama Elementary School, King Intermediate School, Kipapa Elementary School, Koko Head Elementary School, Kuhio Elementary School, Lanikai Elementary School, Leeward Community College, Leeward Mission Adventist School
Libraries: Kaneohe Public Library, Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Hawaii, Manoa Public Library, Hawaii Medical Library, Hawaii-Kai Public Library, Wahiawa Public Library, Waimanalo Public Library, Waipahu Public Library, Kaimuki Public Library
Watch Honolulu’s home team play in the stadium for a nice evening out filled with good food and lots of emotions. However, whenever you are in the mood for a more dynamic activity, there are a number of different parks, athletic fields, and golf courses that you can visit.
Honolulu’s stadiums: Aloha Stadium, Stoneman Stadium, Les Murakami Stadium
Athletic fields: Earhart Field, Veteran's Memorial Aquatic Center, Waipi‘o Peninsula Sports Complex
Golf courses: Makalena Golf Course, Hawai‘i Kai Golf Course, Waikele Golf Club, West Loch Golf Course, Ewa Villages Golf Course, Mililani Golf Course, Olomana Golf Course, Leilehua Golf Course, Mamala Bay Golf Course, Fort Shafter Golf Course
Parks: Malala Field, Mauka Field, Hawaii Administrative Site, Dole Park, Honouliuli National Monument, Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional, Kaimuki Community Park, Cartwright Neighborhood Park, Makiki Valley State Recreational Area, Kalo Place Mini Park
Easily locate airports with identifiers such as IATA, or International Air Transport Association, and ICAO, otherwise known as the International Civil Aviation Organization. In addition, however, you will also find the locations of the nearest airports.
Airports: Hickam Field, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
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