Honolulu's Chinatown is one of the oldest in the United States. Home to an eclectic assortment of storefronts, spend some time wandering and you’ll find herbalists, temples, antique shops and lei makers.
Folks in Chinatown also know how to eat well. When hunger strikes you’ll have your pick of dishes. Chefs serve everything from Chinese dim sum to Cuban and French Fare. Night owls will be happy to know Chinatown offers a variety of nightlife options from jazz clubs to wine bars and nightclubs.
Chinatown is located on the western edge of Honolulu’s financial district. If you’re in town the “First Friday” of the month, Chinatown is a fun place to be. Artists come together to showcase their work in a fun, festive setting that attracts locals and visitors. The main events occur between 5 and 9 pm, with celebrations afterward in popular bars and night spots.