Vacation is all about travelling to a place for leisure and fun time with family or with friends. If you are looking for fun activities in Oahu, Hawaii, especially after dark, then you can have a memorable time in some of the beach bars and pubs that offer live music and entertainment. You may want to read up and gather enough inputs about this region so that you can have maximum fun during your vacation.
Since Oahu is the most populated island in Hawaii, it is the epicentre of all activities during the day time as well as after dark. If you are a first-time visitor to Oahu, then before starting your trip just log in to the TodayOahu.com and check out the activities that you and your family or friends would be interested in. You could even check into your hotel and ask the staff there about the best places to go after dark.
Night-time is magical in Oahu! Magic after dark starts way before night itself. You will be picked up from your hotel at around 4:30pm for a dinner cruise to Hula. Or, if you are in the mood for some hot nightclub action, or just some cool jazz by the sea, Oahu has all the fun in store for you. The drivers, travel guides or your escorts will entertain you by singing and sharing tales about their personal experiences or just playing the ukulele all the way to your destination. They know how to treat and entertain their visitors.
Oahu looks beautiful from the sea, so you must try and go for a dinner cruise or just a sunset catamaran cruise off Waikiki or Ko Olina to watch the twinkling city lights come alive after a good day’s rest. It’s a view worth watching!
If you are not in the mood to sleep early, then wander on the streets of Waikiki that are alive and kicking from dinner time through bed time. Throughout Waikiki there are hundreds of hotel bars and lounges where traditional Hawaiian songs and dances are featured to entertain the visitors. If you are in the mood for some sea and sand, then The RumFire in the Sheraton Waikiki and The Yard House in the Waikiki Beach Walk are popular club and bar venues where locals and visitors flock to have a great time.
If you are the adventurous bar hopper types then the urban streets of Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown also have a wide variety of nightlife venues that come alive after dark. But you must know where to look for them. Do not miss out on the happy hour specials and local music at the Ala Moana Center and the Mai Tai Bar which are just 15 minutes outside Waikiki. You may also want to check out the 24 hours restaurants in Waikiki for some pancakes and freshly brewed coffee. Yes, the most memorable days of your vacation may actually begin at night in Oahu!