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Ala Moana


No one seems to know about the Siren’s Bath even though it’s one of the most unique photo ops in Oahu and shockingly easy to get to if you’re in Honolulu. 


We’re going to keep this short and sweet because all you really need to know is how to get there…


Walk all the way to the furthest west end of Ala Moana Beach (away from Diamond Head). When you reach the end of the sand, there’s a stone wall. Look down the length of the wall until you see the stone structure of the Siren’s Bath sticking out of the water towards the back of the wall. Here’s a Google Maps pin to help you out. 


We have no clue what this originally was or how it got here, so if you have any details, email us at


(And FYI, when we took the photo above, it was a day after some crazy storms so the water level was still pretty high, even at low tide.)


Here’s a Google Maps pin to help you out.




  • Doraku Izakay and Sushi — 3 min drive

  • Bevy — 4 min drive

  • The Modern Honolulu — 6 min drive

  • Foster Botanical Garden — 11 min drive

  • Waikiki Beach — 12 min drive

A secret find that most would walk right past. Hard to find if you don’t know where to look, but so obvious if you do. A one of a kind photo op if you time it right.

Siren's Bath


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  • Water Shoes if you have them. It’s all rocks leading out to the Siren’s bath.

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  • From the beach you’ve got 2 options. 1) walk up the stairs that lead from the sand to the top of the wall to get a view from behind the bath, looking down. FYI, the stairs are very uneven and can be incredibly slippery (especially in flip flops) but also rough and sharp if you’re barefoot. 2) Walk out to the bath through the water. Heads up that the ocean floor is all rocks here, so water shoes will be your best friend. 

Last Updated 12 / 27 / 21

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