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A Friday night pau hana (after work) highlight in Waikiki is the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa’s aerial display that’s visible all along the beach from Ala Moana to Diamond Head and beyond.
The weekly fireworks show at the Hilton Hawaiian Village on the sands of the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon marks the end of the week... Pau Hana (go home time, relax)
The fireworks show only lasts maybe 4-5 minutes and cannot compare with longer shows such as...More
There is a lot to be happy about if you are on holidays so the Friday night fireworks are a fitting way to end the week. If you are in Waikiki you can get a better view from the groynes along the beach (beware high...More
Friday night fireworks is the attraction of the night. You see hundreds of people flood the beach in droves to see the show. From boat and helicopter tours to surfers on glow in the dark surfboards - the show is wonderful! We were staying in...More
Plenty of room on the beach to sit and watch the fireworks. It does get busy, especially people trying to get back inside The Hilton Hawaiian Village. My 6yo and I enjoyed it and are looking forward to this Friday nights fireworks!
If you’ve never seen fireworks over the ocean, this Friday night event is a must-see. Don’t blink or look away at all, or you’ll miss it. It lasted 5 minutes. But it was a quick succession of explosions that would rival any “grand finale” in...More
I met several members of the local running club - joined them for their friday evening run - on this occasion around the Ala Moana area - finished with a potluck supper while watching the fireworks - amazing !!
If you are in Waikki on a Friday night, the fireworks from the Hilton Hotel are well worth watching. They are free and close to a number of restaurants. We were there on Friday 8th June and walked down the main street from the Park...More