It’s positioned in close proximity to the airport on Sand Island Entry Street, and is a key spot the place the Oahu locals meet. Massive glass float lamps set the mood, along with fishing nets, the carvings and all of the delightful vintage Hawaiian coconut and pineapple kitsch. La Mariana is a real museum of Hawaiian art, souvenirs and the South Seas. They are located on Kalihi.
On Oahu’s North Shore, The Polynesian Cultural Middle has an amazing collection of the giant wooden Tiki figures.
Maui’s Tiki Bar, Situated on Kaanapali Parkway in Lahaina, is a preferred destination. They serve up specialty tropical cocktails and refreshing fruit smoothies along with Hawaiian entertainment in the Tiki Courtyard. Maui has several Tiki Tours, whilst you won’t see as quite a few as on the Large Island and on Oahu.