The canal is not very long. There are many small towns on both sides. The river here is very wide, and no ships passing by, there are many interesting things on the river. Tourists who visit here also like to enjoy the scenery Oh.
The Alawei Canal is much wider than our Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, and the Haihe River is very clean, but the canal is not long. It's a short one. The canal is not considered a view, but the surrounding area is quite lively and there are many places to eat
The Alawei Canal is very close to Waikiki. Although it is a canal, it has a relatively wide river surface. The scenery on both sides of the canal is good. There are modern buildings and beautiful natural landscapes.
Ala Wai Canal, Ala Wai Canal, or Ala Wai Canal, an artificial canal in Honolulu. The canal is the northeast boundary of the Waikiki area. People usually think of Honolulu when they think of the famous Waikiki. The Waikiki area is located between the Allawi Canal and the Pacific Ocean, south and southwest of the canal, and Waikiki is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean to the west and southwest. The Alawi Canal runs through the Waikiki area, opening at Kahanamoku Lagoon and Ala Wai Harbor, heading east first, and crossing Karakawa Avenue (the avenue bridge is across the canal) Afterwards, it turned to the southeast, until the Waikiki-Kapahulu Public Library (Waikiki-Kapahulu Public Library), which ends here from the map. Of course, it is more accurate to say the other way around, starting from Monoa and Palolo Streams (tributary) and ending in Port Alawi. The section of the canal from the “opening” of the Port of Alawi to the east, the north is the broad Alamora area, and the south is the broad Waikiki area. The canal was built in 1921 and completed in 1928. Since then, it has been dredged three times, in 1967, 1978, and 2002; the purpose of the construction of the canal was originally drainage At that time, the Waikiki area was full of marshes and rice fields, and later became a flood channel in the central and eastern parts of Honolulu. The bridge across the canal has three roads: McCully Street (McCully Street), Kalakaua Avenue (Kalākaua Avenue), and Ala Moana Boulevard (Ala Moana Boulevard). Between the three bridges, the riverside road along the canal is called Ala Wai Promenade or Ala Wai Promenade. Whether it is the promenade or the trail, it is a good place for a quiet walk. Sometimes there are people fishing by the bridge and some people jogging... In my opinion, the scenery and the scenery and the fun are more fascinating than the beach.
When I was looking at Ala Wai Canal, one pickup truck stopped diagonally, and in a blink of an eye, red pylon was lined up to regulate traffic. Then, when the man who came out of the car thought that he would start climbing to make a bent palm tree, he might have started pruning with Bassabassa. The craftsmanship is great no matter where you look. well done.