Hula Show at Kuhio Beach Park, Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii

Kalakaua Ave and Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii 96815

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Four evenings a week, the Honolulu government sponsors a free hula dancing show at Kuhio Beach Park. The dancers' performance is torch-lit.

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Address: Kalakaua Ave and Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii 96815

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Hours: Tues, Thur, Sat and Sun 6 pm
Price: Free

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Submitted by: Tani S.

This review is specifically about the free music and hula shows put on in this park by the government's ministry of culture.  The shows are held every second day of the week starting at 6:30 pm.  It was amazing! The grass was nice and soft and it was ...

Submitted by: Kameron K.

Its crowded! It's full! But is it close? Of course!  It's Honolulu what do you expect?  It's going to be crowded with tourists and kids. Regardless its always my go to beach in Honolulu since its the location is so convenient and easy to reach from downtown.  If you want something a little more peaceful will require a bus ride or a car trip away from Kuhio beach. It also the space to learn how to surf so if you are looking to take surfing lessons, probably the place to go.  With that said, you also have to watch out for surfers and wakeboarders, so if you have small ones, make sure you keep an eye so they don't become easy targets. Even with its crowded, the view is still spectacular and the water is great. ...

Submitted by: Margret C.

Aka. Queen's Beach- ouch, really kinda dangerous to swim around large sharp boulders. We went here once to swim, scratched up our legs, and haven't been back to swim- not really safe where we went.  A tip if you're still going: wear your aqua shoes. On the plus side, the man-made wall feature is nice- safer for kids to play in the water. But this doesn't mean you can let your guard down, though. Another plus, nice picture-taking opportunity because Diamondhead is closer than the other stretches of beach. We recently (Feb 2010) had to take some re-do's because the first shot (from the 1st trip) was taken when we were heavier. Home of "Sunset on the Beach"- movies are played on the large screen- that's pretty ...

Submitted by: Colie J.

I didn't actually get to swim, but for families the wa...

Submitted by: Mista B.

One thing fer sure - If a family doesn't want to go all the way out to Ala Moana Park or Magic Island, this is the place to go if you have really tiny kids...

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