O'ahu is home to Honolulu, the biggest city in Hawaii; Waikiki, the Pacific's leisure-and-pleasure capital; North Shore, home to some of the world's biggest surf; Pearl Harbor and its evocative WWII memorials; and a relaxed multicultural mix that gives a memorable flavour to its streetscapes and restaurants.
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Lush grounds, six spectacular pools, a beachfront lagoon, waterfalls and an array of shops and restaurants are all part of the "Village" experience at this expansive resort.
USS Arizona MemorialOne of the most significant WWII attractions in the USA, the USS Arizona Memorial presents the history of the Pearl Harbor attack and commemorates the fallen service members. Run by the National Park Service, the memorial comprises two sections: the mainland visitor center and offshore shrine.
Diamond HeadFor a sweeping view of the area, make the 1.5-mile climb up Diamond Head, the 760ft extinct volcano that forms the famous backdrop to Waikiki.
Nu'uanu Pali LookoutWhatever you do, don't miss the ridge-top Nu'uanu Pali Lookout with its sweeping vista of windward O'ahu from a height of 1200ft (366m). From the lookout you can see Kane'ohe straight ahead, Kailua to the right, and Mokoli'i Island and the coastal fishpond at Kualoa Regional Park to the far left.
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