Sights and Sounds of Honolulu Series — Part 2

When making your plans to attend 2018 SFPE 12th International Performance-Based Codes and Fire Safety Design Methods Conference, April 23-27, 2018, in Honolulu, don’t forget to plan on seeing the many sights and sounds this world-famous region has to offer. Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of Oahu, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, and encompasses unforgettable attractions throughout.

Downtown Honolulu
Downtown Honolulu is home to some of Oahu’s most historic places. Next to the skyscrapers of the island’s main business district, you’ll find important landmarks like the Iolani Palace, the King Kamehameha I statue, the Kawaiahao Church, and the Aloha Tower. Clustered within blocks of each other, these important cultural landmarks and architectural wonders can be experienced on a leisurely walking tour.


Dinning in Honolulu
When you’ve worked up an appetite for something local and authentic, consider a tasting tour of the city’s rich food culture. From barefoot fish tacos at Duke’s Beach House in Waikiki to the eclectic food scene in trendy Chinatown, Honolulu has something for every taste. Sample fine Hawaii Regional Cuisine at local institutions like Alan Wong’s Restaurant, Roy’s Waikiki or Chef Mavro. Explore Honolulu’s residential neighborhoods, and eat like a local with plate lunches, poke, and fresh produce from the city’s many fantastic farmers markets.

Not registered yet? Don’t miss the Early Bird discount of $150 off registration, which ends Friday, March 16, 2018!

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