Honolulu Hawaii US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Honolulu Hawaii US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Honolulu Hawaii US editable vector map svg free

Honolulu Hawaii US editable vector map svg free

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Honolulu, the capital city of Hawaii, is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant culture, and historic landmarks. The city is organized into various districts and neighborhoods, each with its unique charm. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and districts in Honolulu:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Kalākaua Avenue:
    • This is one of the most famous streets in Honolulu, running through the heart of Waikiki. It is lined with high-end hotels, shops, restaurants, and offers access to Waikiki Beach.
  2. Ala Moana Boulevard:
    • A major thoroughfare that runs along the coast, connecting downtown Honolulu to the Ala Moana Center and the neighborhoods of Kaka’ako and Waikiki.
  3. King Street:
    • One of the longest and oldest streets in Honolulu, running east-west through the city. It passes through several important areas, including downtown Honolulu.
  4. Beretania Street:
    • Parallel to King Street, Beretania Street is another major east-west route through Honolulu, featuring a mix of residential, commercial, and cultural sites.
  5. H-1 Freeway:
    • The main highway running east-west through Honolulu, providing access to many parts of the island, including the airport and beyond.
  6. Nimitz Highway:
    • Running parallel to the waterfront and H-1 Freeway, Nimitz Highway connects the airport with downtown Honolulu and serves as a key route for commuters and visitors.

Principal City Districts

  1. Waikiki:
    • Famous for its beaches, luxury hotels, shopping, and nightlife. Waikiki is a major tourist hub with numerous attractions and entertainment options.
  2. Downtown Honolulu:
    • The central business district of the city, featuring important government buildings, financial institutions, and cultural landmarks like the Iolani Palace and Aloha Tower.
  3. Ala Moana:
    • Known for the Ala Moana Center, one of the largest open-air shopping malls in the world, and Ala Moana Beach Park, a popular spot for both locals and tourists.
  4. Kaka’ako:
    • An emerging urban neighborhood with a focus on innovation and creativity. It’s home to art galleries, trendy restaurants, and the SALT at Our Kaka’ako shopping complex.
  5. Chinatown:
    • A historic district with a mix of traditional markets, eateries, art galleries, and nightlife. It’s known for its cultural vibrancy and historic architecture.
  6. Manoa:
    • A residential neighborhood known for its lush greenery and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. It offers a more tranquil setting compared to the bustling city center.
  7. Kapahulu:
    • Located adjacent to Waikiki, Kapahulu is known for its local dining spots, bakeries, and shops, providing a more authentic local experience.
  8. Kaimuki:
    • A residential area with a small-town feel, featuring local boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. It is popular among locals for its community atmosphere.
  9. Diamond Head:
    • Named after the iconic volcanic crater, this district offers upscale residential areas, scenic parks, and hiking trails with stunning views.

These streets, roads, and districts form the backbone of Honolulu, offering a mix of urban and natural attractions that make the city a unique and desirable place to visit or live.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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