Honolulu Chinatown Attractions

Chinatown Attractions

Lai Fong Department Store

This venerable store has been owned by the same family for over 80 years. It carries some of the finest silks and brocades you will find in Hawaii, as well as custom dresses, antiques, art and knick-knacks. The Lai Fong has been called “shopping heaven.”

Yat Tung Chow Noodle Factory

Paradise for a noodle factory! Yat Tung Chow makes 9 sizes of delicious noodles, from ultra-thin strands to Udon noodles.

The Dumb Coq

This trendy fusion restaurant, at 12 South King Street, is one of the hottest eateries in Honolulu!

Shun Chung Yein

If you love sweets, this is the place for you!  Get your fill of mooncakes and cookies, and grab some candied ginger to take with you.

IoLani Palace

The official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy, the Palace has been restored to its original splendor.  Immerse yourself in Hawaii’s history!

The Palace is open from 9:00 to 4:00, Monday through Saturday.

Oahu Market

This open-air market is filled with amazing produce, fresh fish, food stalls and unusual souvenirs and merchandise.  145 North King Street.



Night in Chinatown
Street Festival and Parade

This is one of the biggest cultural celebrations for Chinatown!

The festival features food, crafts, martial arts demonstrations, lion and dragon dancers, and entertainment on three stages.  Sponsored by the Chinatown Merchants Association.

Chinese New Year Festival and Parade – Honolulu