One week away from Halloween! This month has been an eventful one for the Wanderlustyle family. After visiting a few places such as the Ghost Bar Honolulu and Aloun Farms, we’re definitely in the Halloween spirit!  We’re here to share the best things to do  in Hawaii from haunted houses, pumpkin patches, sunflower fields, and fun fall activities!




1. Aloun Farms Pumpkin Festival – This is a fun-filled event for the whole family! One of our favorite things to do when preparing for Halloween. Here, you can self pick pumpkins, sweet corn, sun flowers, and more. They also have tractor pulled hayrides, pony rides, farm style food, picture booths, games and fun for everyone! This year, it’s their 18th annual pumpkin picking patch in Kapolei.

Where? 91-1440 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707

When? Saturday & Sunday, October 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 from 8:30 am to 5 pm

How Much? Admission is $3 (2 & under free). Hayrides and Parking ARE FREE! Pumpkins will be priced according to individual size.

Tip: They only accept cash.  No Checks or Credit cards, ATM located inside the festival.

For more information about Aloun Farms,visit here.


2. Waimanalo Farms Pumpkin Patch – We enjoyed our visit at the Waimanalo Farms Pumpkin Patch. The website doesn’t give much information but it seems similar with pumpkin picking, hayrides, and much more. We are very excited to see the live animals, Cow train rides, and sunflower maze!

Where? 41-225 Lupe St. Waimanalo, Hi. 96795

When? Every Saturday and Sunday throughout October from 9am to 5pm

How Much? Free parking and admission from what I’ve read. All activities are $3 each, or you can buy an Activity Pack for $10 and get unlimited access to all of them. Pumpkins prices range from $1 for the mini size, up to $20 for large size.

For more information about Waimanalo Farms, visit here.


It’s one thing to have the halloween spirit during October, but what we really look forward to is the thrill! We’re all about screams and scares. Here are top rated haunted attractions we recommend:


1. Ghost Bar Honolulu – A Halloween-themed pop-up bar at Ala Moana. With spooky decorations all around the bar, you’ll feel the Halloween spirit rush in as soon as you enter! Check it out and try their fun halloween cocktails!

Where? 1450 Ala Moana Blvd. #2870 Honolulu, Hawaii 96814

When? Open until October 31 from 2pm-Midnight

How Much? Check out the menu, here.

For more information about Ghost Bar Honolulu, visit here.

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2. Haunted Plantation – It’s not just a house that is haunted, it’s the whole village! It’s named as one of Hawaii’s scariest and best walk through haunted attraction where you will be chased and taunted by the spirits of old Hawaii. Definitely the best haunted attraction on Oahu!

Where? 94-695 Waipahu St. Waipahu, HI 96797

When? October 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 31. Hours from 7pm-11pm (Ticket booth opens at 6:15pm)

How Much? General admission $15, Fast pass $20, VIP front of the line access $30.

Tip: Not for children under 13, children under 16 need adult supervision. All tickets are non refundable!

For more information about Haunted Plantation, visit here.


Do you feel too old for trick-or-treating? Have a costume or scary makeup idea? Halloween costume party is an excellent opportunity for a night out with friends! Just be sure to not drink and drive! Here are a few Halloween costume parties you can attend:

1. Hallowballoo This event sounds like so much fun! It’s an event with music and art  in downtown. Also, it’s known for the best costume party in the Costume Party in the Pacific and Hawaii’s Largest Live Music Showcase. Check out the line-up, here.

Where? South Hotel St. & Richards St., Honolulu, HI 96813

When? October 27 starting at 4:30pm

How Much? Access fee for the festival as low as $15. Check out the tickets, here.

For more information about Hallowballoo, visit here.

2. Halloween at The Hyatt: Frightnite –Dress up to take on zombies, be a hero or villain and get ready for a fun-filled night of tricks and treats! (21+ over event only)

Where? 2424 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815

When? October 31 from 8pm to 2am 

How Much? General admission starts at $10. Get your tickets, here!

For more information about Comics Come Alive, visit here.

WAIKIKI STRIP on halloween

If you’re on a budget and still want to have fun on Halloween, we highly recommend driving to Waikiki and walk the streets with everyone! Put on your best costume, bring your camera and stroll Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki for an exciting evening. We’ve done this last year and it’s extremely fun seeing everyone in very unique costumes! It’s a great way to experience Waikiki strip in a whole new level. The Waikiki strip in Hawaii is known for its outrageous Halloween costumes and parties. You won’t be disappointed if you come down with friends and have some fun!

Where? Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815 | The whole Waikiki strip!

When? October 31 | We usually get to Waikiki around 9-10pm

How Much? Free to roam around Waikiki. Parking around town varies, you can park at the Honolulu zoo, street parking, parking structures, or hotel parking. ($1 per hour at the zoo is the cheapest parking we know!)


1. Neighborhood Trick or Treating – If you don’t want to experience the hustle and bustle of a busy Waikiki on Halloween, driving or walking to a decent neighborhood can bring just as much fun excitement as going to town and would be more suitable for children. Many great neighborhoods we have visited in the past are Mililani, Kaneohe/Kailua, Hawaii Kai, Kapolei, and Ewa Beach. Choose to drive around and visit more than one area! To be quite frank, the more wealthy neighborhoods provide the best treats and are the safest for families!

Where? Around your friendly neighborhood

When? October 31, from sunset to as late as you want (or until your neighbor runs out of sweets!)


2. Mall Trick or Treating – If walking around an unfamiliar neighborhood is still out of the picture, trick or treating at the mall is the most safe alternate for families. Great for those who prefer being indoors. We’ve also done the mall (Windward Mall) route which is perfect for those rainy nights. Mall employees stand outside of their stores and pass out candies to children walking around. Throughout the mall, Trick or treating at participating stores’ have “treat stations” for children under 12 who are dressed in costume. Keiki (kids) dressed in their favorite costumes can Trick or Treat throughout the Center.


Where? 1450 Ala Moana Boulevard. Honolulu, HI 96814
When? October 31 from 5pm to 7pm
How Much? FREE


Where? 4211 Waialae Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816
When? October 31 from 5:30pm to 7pm
How Much? FREE


Where? 2330 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
When? October 31 from 5pm to 7pm
How Much? FREE


Where? 98-1005 Moanalua Road #231, Aiea, HI 96701 (Uptown and Downtown)
When? October 31  from 5pm to 7pm
How Much? FREE


Where? 46-056 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe, HI 96744
When? October 31 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
How Much? FREE

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