Districts Honolulu, Waikiki, pearl harbor
Districts in Honolulu are the life of the city. There are 5 main divisions on districts which are: Downtown, Waikiki, Manoa-Makiki, Eastern Honolulu and Western Honolulu. All of them have different attractions that generate traffic at different times of the day.
Main districts and how to get to them by car, bus and other transports are:
Downtown are districts in the commercial area and cultural center of the Hawaiian Islands and the most important of the city districts. Main attractive here are china town and the aloha tower. To visit this popular district from the airport you need to take interstate highway all the way to Nimitz Highway and get off at Vineyard Blvd. If you want to drive, then you need to bring quarters due the parking permits. There are many parking meters and if you don't have any change, It will not be easy for you. Bus routes pass through Downtown and mass transit is easy to move, not as much as traffic coming from cars. If you are planning to take the bus, then get out of the airport bus to Waikiki right passing the waterfront. Routes and also connect to Waikiki. A place to see here is Bishop Street, which is the equivalent to Wall Street and the Aloha Tower if you rent a car.
Waikiki are districts that are popular for beaches and Diamond Head Crater, perfect for surfers, there's also an aquarium and many other great beaches to visit. If you want to go to Waikiki, then you can take a shuttle from the airport that leave every hour and only cost $9 per person, this is a great shuttle for you to travel to any Waikiki hotel. City buses also take you, take route or and cost per adult is $2.50 and for a child $1. Buses also leave every half an hour and you need to take them outside the airport. If you are driving, then take Nimitz Highway and it will take you to exit 25A on King Street and soon you will arrive to Waikiki. Hotels in Waikiki are very popular and easy to find.
Eastern Honolulu is formed by residential districts, but you can visit sandy beach and the sea life park. To get here you need to travel from the Interstate highway and when you pass the Kahala Mall you turn and take Kalanianaole Highway. There's only one bus service that will take you, but is limited, it usually only takes you to Kahala Mall to the Sea Life Park, but it is not available always.
Western Honolulu are residential districts as well as Manoa – Makiki, but you are able to find Pearl Harbor, which is an icon and the Aloha Stadium that is located in Salt Lake Blvd. To get here you need to take the Interstate Highway and follow it. It will take you to the main points of interest such as the Bishop Museum, airport and pearl harbor. If you want to take the bus then take route and to connect to Waikiki and downtown.
All districts have traffic cameras that work 24 hours a day for you to check traffic on any street, specially for those visiting the museums and commercial center, that are the busiest places along with Waikiki. Honolulu districts have many restaurants, night life and traditions to offer.