1. Gee...A Deli Truck

Sandwich Place · Kailua, HI
Uahi Island Grill is one of Oafu.

2. Uahi Island Grill

Asian Restaurant · 131 Hekili St #102, Kailua, HI
Giovanni's Shrimp Truck is one of Oafu.

3. Giovanni's Shrimp Truck

Food Truck · 56-505 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI
Macky's Shrimp Truck is one of Oafu.

4. Macky's Shrimp Truck

Food Truck · North Shore · 66-610 Kamehameha Hwy, Waialua, HI
Hukilau Cafe is one of Oafu.

5. Hukilau Cafe

Breakfast Spot · 55-662 Wahinepee St (Kamehameha Hwy), Lā‘ie, HI

Travel ChannelTravel Channel: Try to Loco Moco! Its two massive burger patties, fried eggs and rice covered in gravy. As seen on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food Nation.

Leonard's Bakery is one of Oafu.

6. Leonard's Bakery

Bakery · Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis · 933 Kapahulu Ave (at Charles St), Honolulu, HI

BravoBravo: A must on the list of things to do for first time visitors or regulars, the best ‘donut’ in this world, it is malasades – a Portuguese sweet dough fried. -Heather Hurlbert, Top Chef Just Desserts

RadioShack is one of Oafu.

7. RadioShack

Electronics Store · Ala Moana - Kakaako · 1450 Ala Moana Blvd #1290, Honolulu, HI
RadioShack is one of Oafu.

8. RadioShack

Electronics Store · 572 Kailua Rd, Kailua, HI
Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach is one of Oafu.

9. Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach

Resort · Waikiki · 2365 Kalakaua Ave (on Waikiki Beach), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Opened in 1901 & became the largest hotel in Waikiki. In 1905 Jane Standford, Co-Founder of Stanford University died from poisoning in her room, making it one of America’s legendary mysteries.

Ala Moana Regional Park is one of Oafu.

10. Ala Moana Regional Park

Park · Ala Moana - Kakaako · 1201 Ala Moana Blvd (at Ala Moana Park Dr), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: A man made peninsula that was built in 1964 on 30 acres of reclaimed shallow reef, it was turned into a public park in 1972. The name was changed to Aina Moana, but the locals still call it Magic Isla

11. Cultural Plaza - Chinatown

Plaza · Downtown Honolulu · 100 N Beretania St, Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Chinatown came about in the early 1800s as settlers moved here from China to begin a new life. The main attraction in this area is the shrine of Kwan Yin, where people are free to make offerings to th

‘Iolani Palace is one of Oafu.

12. ‘Iolani Palace

Monument / Landmark · Downtown Honolulu · 364 S King St (near Richards), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: First built in 1879, the Palace was a symbol of promise for the Hawaiian Kingdom built by King David Kalakaua, it is now known as a national Historic Landmark for being the only Palace in the US.

Washington Place is one of Oafu.

13. Washington Place

Monument / Landmark · Downtown Honolulu · 320 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1846, Queen Liliʻuokalani made Washington Place her home after the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy until her death in 1917.

Thomas Square is one of Oafu.

14. Thomas Square

Park · Makiki - Lower Punchbowl - Tantalu · 925 S Beretania St. (btwn Ward Ave. & Victoria St.), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Admiral Thomas sailed into Honolulu in 1843. After Thomas gave his land back to the King, the ceremony took place here giving it its name. Thomas Square officially became a park in 1925.

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is one of Oafu.

15. Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

Nature Preserve · Portlock · 100 Hanauma Bay Rd (off Kalanianaole Hwy), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Volcanic cone just SE of Honolulu, tourists started to overtake the land in 1931 and has since suffered from much overuse. Now Hanauma Bay is known for its educational tours and natural wildlife.

Honolulu Zoo is one of Oafu.

16. Honolulu Zoo

Zoo · Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis · 151 Kapahulu Ave (btwn Kalakaua Ave. & Paki Ave.), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: This zoo is the only zoo in the US that was established by grants by a sovereign monarch. In the zoo you can find over 1,230 animals that are all in specially placed habitats.

Waikiki Aquarium is one of Oafu.

17. Waikiki Aquarium

Aquarium · Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis · 2777 Kalakaua Ave (btwn Monsarrat Ave. & Poni Moi Rd.), Honolulu, HI

HISTORYHISTORY: Founded in 1904, & built near a living coral reef, it is known as the 3rd oldest public aquarium in the country. It is home to more than 3,055 organisms of 464 species of marine plants and animals.

Helena's Hawaiian Food is one of Oafu.

18. Helena's Hawaiian Food

Hawaiian Restaurant · Kapalama · 1240 N School St, Honolulu, HI
Lanikai Beach is one of Oafu.

19. Lanikai Beach

Beach · Mokulua Dr, Kailua, HI

KeyanaKeyana: My favorite beach. White sand and a beautiful view of the Mokuluas. Much less crowded than Kailua Beach and calmer surf than Kalama.

Leonard's Bakery is one of Oafu.

20. Leonard's Bakery

Bakery · Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis · 933 Kapahulu Ave (at Charles St), Honolulu, HI

Food & WineFood & Wine: Leonard Rego started baking malasadas (Portuguese pastries similar to doughnuts) at his bakery in the 1950s. His son continues the tradition, serving the rolled-sugar pastries hot from the oven.

Crepes No Ka Oi is one of Oafu.

21. Crepes No Ka Oi

Creperie · 131 Hekili St, Kailua, HI
Prima Kailua is one of Oafu.

22. Prima Kailua

Italian Restaurant · 108 Hekili St Ste 107 (Foodland Town Center), Kailua, HI
Hawaii Children's Discovery Center is one of Oafu.

23. Hawaii Children's Discovery Center

Museum · Ala Moana - Kakaako · 111 Ohe St, Honolulu, HI