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Free Things to Do in Waikiki

Tourist enjoy beaches, sceneries, historical monument and landmark and has been considered the most visited place in Waikiki Hawaii.

Your dream destination certainly does not worth cheap However, we’ve gathered some of the best free things At Waikiki.

Enjoy the beach

Exploring the Legendary beach with 2 mile white sand while taking stroll along the coastline and admiring the ocean view. Grab your beach chair or lay out your towel, sit back and relax. The lovely and magical sunset will mesmerize you. There are so much to do by the beach without spending a dollar.

Picnic at the Park

Waikiki has a lot of public parks where you can find a comfy to chill and relax from busy streets.

Take History Tours at Two of Waikiki’s Grand Hotels

Royal Hawaiian Hotel

Also known as the Pink Palace of the Pacific, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel offers historic tours every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Meet up at the Royal Hawaiian Bakery at 1:00 pm and learn the rich history of this classic 1927 establishment.

Moana Surf rider, A Westin Resort and Spa

Moana Hotel is the first Hotel which listed in National Register of Historic places during 1901 in Waikiki. They offer tours every Monday and Wednesday, and you’ll get to see fascinating memorabilia housed inside this century-old First Lady of Waikiki.

Listen to the Hawaiian Beat

Many hotels, resorts, and shopping centers feature free live band entertainment from some of the local top performers. Enjoy the beat whatever your genre preference is – from jazz, country, to rock, and of course, with a taste of traditional Hawaiian sounds.



Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting and Hula

From the sunsets that slowly set down across the Horizon, Traditional torch lightning and blowing conch shells start the performance.
And if you happen to be near the Kuhio Beach area, then gather near the hula mound and watch an authentic Hawaiian hula show. This free hour-long feel-good entertainment is held at around 6-7 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Learn Hawaiian Culture

There are hotels, resorts, and stores that offer free cultural classes where you can learn to play the ukulele, dance the hula, or learn how to weave a lei. The Royal Hawaiian Center offers these cultural programs, including learning a massage technique called the lomi lomi. The Ukulele Store at the Waikiki Beach Walk and the Ukulele Puapua at the Sheraton Waikiki offer free ukulele lessons, simply check out their store and schedules.

Catch the Royal Hawaiian Band Performs   

The Royal Hawaiian Band know as the King’s Band is the oldest band that founded by King Kamehameha III in 1863.Today, they promote Hawaiian culture through their music, and performs regularly in public.  You can watch them perform at the Iolani Palace on Fridays and on Sundays at the Kapiolani Park.

Follow the Historic Trail

The Waikiki Historic Trail is a series of 21 markers made of surfboards, starting from Kapiolani Park up to Kalakaua Park. This self-guided trail can be downloaded from the website, with its map, markers and historical descriptions for you to learn and explore.

See the Friday Fireworks Display

Watch the night sky brighten up with a colorful show as the Hilton Hawaiian Village hosts the weekly evening fireworks display. Watch the night sky in Hawaii with a colorful show as the Hilton Hawaiian Village hosts the weekly evening fireworks display.
Therefore, the best seen at the beach is totally free and awesome end the day, rather a colorful Friday night.