If you are a history buff, then the ironic palace called the Lolani Palace got to be on the must-see itinerary. A national historic symbol is the former official abode of the Hawaiian is enlisted on the National Register of Historic Places. This palace was built by the Hawaiian king David Kalakaua is tactically called the “Merrie Monarch”. This palace is one of the very first to integrate electric light system, flush toilets, and intra-house telephones with a zing of European architecture which comprises of a Koa staircase, extravagant portraits of Hawaiian sovereigns and flamboyant furniture. This palace was, thus, refurbished and reopened to public in the year 1978 as a royal museum.