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Sina Engelke

Sina Engelke

MBA Human Resource Management

'2009

"In order to complement my MBA degree with some real-world experience in the actual field of Human Resources, I had decided to take one of my classes as an internship.

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50 Things to Do on Oahu before you Graduate

  1. Visit the Bishop Museum
  2. Tour I’olani Palace
  3. Take a picture at the King Kamehameha Statue
  4. Visit and tour Pearl Harbor/Arizona Memorial
  5. Explore the Honolulu Zoo
  6. Tour the Valley of Temples Memorial Park
  7. Visit the Dole Plantation/Maze
  8. Have fun at Wet n’ Wild
  9. Explore Sea Life Park
  10. Snorkel at Hanauma Bay
  11. Visit Honolulu Academy of Arts Museum
  12. See a show at the Polynesian Cultural Center
  13. Explore the Waikiki Aquarium
  14. Hike Diamond Head
  15. Hike Koko Head
  16. Shop at the Ala Moana Shopping Center
  17. Eat at the North Shore Shrimp Trucks
  18. Shop at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
  19. Attend the NFL Pro Bowl
  20. Learn at the North Shore Surf and Cultural Museum
  21. Eat and drink at Duke’s Canoe Club
  22. Eat at Helena’s Hawaiian Food
  23. Attend a Lu’au
  24. Explore the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center
  25. Visit the International Marketplace
  26. Listen to the Royal Hawaiian Band at I’olani Palace
  27. Shop and eat at Aloha Tower Marketplace
  28. Visit Chinaman’s Hat
  29. Go Lei Shopping on Maunakea Street
  30. Hike the Manoa Falls trail
  31. Attend a Hawaiian Polo Match
  32. Be a spectator or run in the Honolulu Marathon
  33. Watch the Friday Night Waikiki Fireworks
  34. Attend the Kapiolani Park Festivals
  35. Learn to Surf
  36. Shop and explore Honolulu’s Chinatown
  37. Take a picture with the Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  38. Absorb Hawaii at the Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
  39. Visit the Queen Emma Summer Palace
  40. Have fun Whale Watching
  41. See Waterfalls on H-3 after it rains
  42. Explore Foster’s Botanical Garden
  43. Hike to the Makapu’u Lighthouse
  44. Take a picture of the Halona Blowhole
  45. Be a spectator at the Surf Competitions on the North Shore
  46. Snorkel at Shark’s Cove
  47. Ride in an Outrigger Canoe at Waikiki
  48. Take a Sunset Cruise at Waikiki Beach
  49. Enjoy a Matsumoto’s Shave Ice
  50. Swim with Dolphins and Sea Turtles