Honolulu, Hawaii’s diverse and dynamic capital, is a city of contrasts. Modern towers loom over the grounds of Iolani Palace, the only official royal residence on U.S. soil. Hipster bars coexist with beach luaus. Street vendors hawk orchid leis, while clerks at the ritzy Ala Moana Center peddle blue-label goods. Nearby, Chinatown offers a slice of Asia with its temples, shops, and restaurants.