Robello’s guidebook

Robello
Robello’s guidebook

Food Scene

9 minutes by car 39 minute walk 18 minutes by bus - Walk to N King St + Opp Palama St, take the '1' bus and exit on S King St + Ward Ave
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Kaka'ako Farmers' Market
1240 Ala Moana Blvd
9 (рекомендации местных жителей)
9 minutes by car 39 minute walk 18 minutes by bus - Walk to N King St + Opp Palama St, take the '1' bus and exit on S King St + Ward Ave
4 minutes by car 5 minute walk
Jollibee
555 North King Street
4 minutes by car 5 minute walk
2 minutes by car 4 minute walk
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Tamashiro Market
802 North King Street
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2 minutes by car 4 minute walk
7-Eleven
555 North King Street

Bubble Tea

3 minutes by car 5 minute walk
S7 Icy Bubble - Kapahulu
888 Kapahulu Avenue
3 minutes by car 5 minute walk

Sightseeing

16 minutes by car 30 minutes by bus - Walk to N. King & Palama Street, take the 'A' bus and exit on Kamehameha Hwy & Kalaloa Street
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World War II Valor In The Pacific National Monument
1 Arizona Memorial Pl
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16 minutes by car 30 minutes by bus - Walk to N. King & Palama Street, take the 'A' bus and exit on Kamehameha Hwy & Kalaloa Street
23 minutes by car 42 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N. King Street, turn left onto Liliha Street, take the '13' bus and exit on Kuhio Ave & Kaiulani Street
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Пляж Вайкики
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23 minutes by car 42 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N. King Street, turn left onto Liliha Street, take the '13' bus and exit on Kuhio Ave & Kaiulani Street
27 minutes by car 51 minutes by bus - Walk to Dilingham Blvd & N. King Street, take the '9' bus and exit on Diamond head road & 18th Ave.
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Даймонд-Хед
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27 minutes by car 51 minutes by bus - Walk to Dilingham Blvd & N. King Street, take the '9' bus and exit on Diamond head road & 18th Ave.
42 minutes by car 1hr 46 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus '52 Wahiawa - Haleiwa', exit on Kamehameha Hwy + Opp Kewalo Lane
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Северное побережье
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42 minutes by car 1hr 46 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus '52 Wahiawa - Haleiwa', exit on Kamehameha Hwy + Opp Kewalo Lane
30 minutes by car 1hr 46 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus '52 Wahiawa - Haleiwa', exit on Kamehameha Hwy + Dole & Helemano Plantations
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Dole Plantation
64-1550 Kamehameha Highway
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30 minutes by car 1hr 46 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus '52 Wahiawa - Haleiwa', exit on Kamehameha Hwy + Dole & Helemano Plantations
9 minutes by car 23 minutes by bus - N King St + Opp Palama St, take bus '1 Kahala Mall' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S King St + Ward Ave
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Honolulu Museum of Art
900 South Beretania Street
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9 minutes by car 23 minutes by bus - N King St + Opp Palama St, take bus '1 Kahala Mall' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S King St + Ward Ave

About the Neighborhood

Kalihi Neighborhood Guide To the east of downtown Honolulu and to the west of Salt Lake, lies the diverse close-knit community of Kalihi. Comprised of both long-time and new residents, commercial businesses and restaurants, houses and apartments, Kalihi has various options for living and working in its neighborhoods: Kalihi Uka (the mountains), Kalihi Waena (between), and Kalihi Kai (the harbor). Residents enjoy proximity to health centers, box retailers like Costco and Home Depot, and peaceful parks, as well as educational sites sharing Hawaii’s history, like Kamehameha Schools and the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Kalihi is a convenient commute to downtown Honolulu, the airport, and military bases. And with three new rail stations set to open soon – Middle Street, Kalihi, and Kapalama – the neighborhood will become even more convenient and livable. The City and County of Honolulu approved plans for Kalihi to have Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), outlining a vision for the community that includes pedestrian- and biker-friendly roadways along with diverse housing and employment opportunities, new shopping and services, reinvigorated educational centers, and even a promenade along Kapalama Canal. Kalihi’s diverse history, affordable housing, pleasing parks, excellent employment opportunities, and convenient commute make it a desirable mixed-use neighborhood to call home. Interesting Facts Stories have been told about wallaby sightings in Kalihi Valley. These 10 to 15 pound mini-marsupials native to Australia were brought to Hawaii in 1916 and seem to still have a home in the Kalihi hills. An older name of the Kalihi ahupua‘a was Kalihilihiolaumiha, which translates to “the eyelashes of Laumiha.” Laumiha, a goddess said to have once roamed the lands, has a name that means “intense silence,” perhaps alluding to the peace of Kalihi Valley. Fifty percent or more of Kalihi residents use other modes of transportation than cars, such as bicycles and the bus. Taro once thrived in the freshwater near Kapalama Canal. Lo‘i Kalo Park has restored taro farming to the area and hosts educational events for the community. Transportation Commute Time. With minimal traffic, it takes 8 minutes to arrive in downtown Honolulu and 28 minutes to arrive in Kapolei. Buses. TheBUS serves Kalihi with routes A, 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 43, 53, 85, 85A, 88, 88A, and PH4. History Kalihi means “the edge” in Hawaiian. Kalihi was once an ahupua‘a, or land division, for the early Hawaiian settlers that included freshwater from Kalihi Stream and saltwater from the currently-located Sand Island. Early Kalihi residents built innovative fishponds and enjoyed the lush valleys that filled with fresh waterfalls after a rain. Hawaiian ali‘i (royalty) spent summers in Kalihi, building homes on the islands off the shore. In the early 1900s, Kalihi was developed as a residential district for mainly middle-class Hawaiian, Portuguese, and Chinese residents. By the late 1930s, Kalihi evolved into a working-class affordable neighborhood and welcomed people from around the world – Japanese, Filipinos, Hawaiians, Chinese, Koreans, Puerto Ricans, and Portuguese – many who had come to Hawaii to work on plantations. Some military families also settled in Kalihi, enjoying the convenient commute to Fort Shafter and Pearl Harbor. During this time, commercial buildings and a jail were built, adding an industrial flair to the neighborhood. Today, Kalihi continues to be a mixed-use community for working families from around the world, but with the new rail project and a vision of revitalization for the neighborhood, its history is set to evolve.
6 minutes by car 14 minutes by bus - Turn left onto N King St, take bus 'A CityExpress! UH MANOA' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S King St + Punchbowl St
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King Kamehameha Statue
447 South King Street
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6 minutes by car 14 minutes by bus - Turn left onto N King St, take bus 'A CityExpress! UH MANOA' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S King St + Punchbowl St
6 minutes by car 16 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, take bus ' 1 Kalihi Transit Center' from N King St + Pua Ln and exit on N King St + Houghtailing St, Head northwest on N King St toward Kamenani St, Turn right onto Houghtailing St, Turn left onto Peter Buck St
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Бишоп Музеум
1525 Bernice Street
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6 minutes by car 16 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, take bus ' 1 Kalihi Transit Center' from N King St + Pua Ln and exit on N King St + Houghtailing St, Head northwest on N King St toward Kamenani St, Turn right onto Houghtailing St, Turn left onto Peter Buck St
10 minutes by car 14 minutes by bus - Turn left onto N King St, take bus ' 1 Kahala Mall ' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S Hotel St + Richards St, Sharp right at S Hotel St then Turn left onto Richards St
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Hawaii State Art Museum
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10 minutes by car 14 minutes by bus - Turn left onto N King St, take bus ' 1 Kahala Mall ' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on S Hotel St + Richards St, Sharp right at S Hotel St then Turn left onto Richards St
7 minutes by car 13 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, take bus '1 Kahala Mall' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on N King St + N Beretania St, Make a slight left onto N Beretania St, turn left onto College walk then turn right onto N Vineyard Blvd
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Foster Botanical Garden
180 North Vineyard Boulevard
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7 minutes by car 13 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, take bus '1 Kahala Mall' from N King St + Opp Palama St and exit on N King St + N Beretania St, Make a slight left onto N Beretania St, turn left onto College walk then turn right onto N Vineyard Blvd
5 minutes by car 13 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus 'A CityExpress! UH MANOA' from N King St + Dillingham Blvd and exit on N King St + Maunakea St, Head southeast on N King St toward Maunakea St, Turn left onto Maunakea St
Chinatown Cultural Plaza
100 N Beretania St
5 minutes by car 13 minutes by bus - Turn right onto N King St, turn right onto Dillingham, take bus 'A CityExpress! UH MANOA' from N King St + Dillingham Blvd and exit on N King St + Maunakea St, Head southeast on N King St toward Maunakea St, Turn left onto Maunakea St