Karakawa Avenue, Honolululu's main commercial street, is adjacent to Waikikiki Beach, which is busy day and night. There are many brand stores on this street during the day and duty-free stores worth visiting. At night, when the candlelight in the woods by the sea is lit, it is a scene. In the romantic atmosphere, how pleasant the wine and dinner are. It is a holiday paradise.
The Karakawa Avenue near Wakiki Beach is the main commercial street in Honolulu. It is also the busiest commercial street in Honolululu. All kinds of famous stores, specialty stores, duty-free shops and hotels are distributed in this street. Moana Surfrider, where we live, is it a bit beautiful to walk on the beach to shop (?
Walking on the beach, eating, drinking and shopping along the coastline are very hey.
A street in the city centre is most famous for its restaurants and luxury stores on both sides. There are many luxury stores along the way. It's a good deal to buy here. It pays a little less tax than the mainland of the United States. And there are very few people in this luxury store.
Karakawa Avenue, Hawaii's famous commercial street, Karakawa Avenue, has a variety of world famous brand stores, huge duty-free shops, flea markets with unique Hawaiian flavor, and so on. On both sides are luxury, five-star hotels, brand-name stores, Street artists'performances and torch-burning street lamps, which are like the prosperity of Bailiusu people in Eileen Chang's works, but not in chaotic times, with a flourishing spirit. Keos is a Thai restaurant and Western food. It is situated at the corner of the street. The seats on the street are all open. The guests sit on the border of the street and restaurant, sipping red wine and looking at the people on the street. Keos's layout is like art galleries, famous paintings, flowers, beautiful hostesses, handsome male waiters, candlelight love shadow, as well as good dishes, every day, diners are crowded with dignitaries from all over the world. Keos has a picture in it, which the owner bought at an auction like Sotheby's. It costs $1 million and has become one of the restaurant's signboards "dishes" to attract customers. Eating with such expensive paintings will naturally cost a lot.