DIM SUM, ANYONE?
Royal Aloha’s manager at the Waikiki timeshare, Phylis Culver, loves going to Chinatown every weekend to eat “dim sum” at her favorite restaurant Won Kee. This longtime restaurant on Beretania Street offers ‘ono bite-sized morsels you’ll find mighty hard to resist. Small baskets of steamed and fried dumplings arrive on push carts faster than you can say jack rabbit! Don’t forget to try their noodles, buns and cakes – and consume all these savory delights with hot Chinese tea!
After lunch, stroll through the Chinese Cultural Plaza. Along the promenade is a statue of the famous political leader Sun Yat-Sen. Before you leave, poke around the shops and markets – you might find something very interesting!
Don’t miss the Tuesday morning breakfast briefings and Thursday evening Pau Hana reception at our Vacation Club in Waikiki hosted by Channing Bridges.
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