We loved the oceanfront afternoon tea, chilled beach bar and swimming in their heavenly pool under the shady banyan tree. Bar 35 in Honolulu Waikiki. No matter what your plans in Oahu — it helps to have some kind of idea what is going on, so here are our must-see attractions in Honolulu and Oahu you should not miss if you can drag yourself away from the Waikiki beach for one day…. Now you're all set and prepared to explore our big queer world, why not sort out everything else out all in one go? Whether you're headed to the Big Island or the other appealing destinations in the state, you will find gay life, gay beaches, gay bars and community among the lava rocks and grass skirts. We'd love to hear from you!
The closest gay bathhouse and sauna to Honolulu are now back on the mainland — or you could keep flying to the amazing gay scene in Taipei.
They actually have very great rates compared to other properties in the same category and really know how to treat us queens as true Kamaaina royalty with poolside parties, DJs, yogahula classes, plenty of freebies and a heavenly mango pineapple spritzer at check-in. Consistently one of the best restaurants in Hawaii for locally sourced, farm-to-table contemporary cuisine, Town is a short drive north of Waikiki in the eclectic and increasingly food-driven Kaimuki neighborhood. There's a compact main room, a smaller side seating area that's a perfect spot to hold court with a few friends, and a narrow outside balcony and railing overlooking the street below. Or maybe just forget it all and go for a last minute cruise or effortless tour instead?
A great option is you want to explore the gay Honolulu scene and are happy with dips into the gorgeous turquoise ocean!