You'd be able to see this tree from miles away. They decorate their tree every year in Kahala.
One of the more impressive displays which often gets overlooked. This display is in one of the valley's in East Honolulu.
Katie accompanied me this year. She was impressed with the Christmas spirit people have here.
Several houses behind the mall in Kaneohe had inflatables and lights adorning their yard.
The entire front side of the house was covered in lights. The driveway on the right side of the house (not shown) has a canoe with lights strung up. Check out the grinch on the boat being pulled by dolphins!
People let us on their property to take a picture in their gazebo. Such aloha spirit in the community!
The next few shots were on Hanapaa St. in Kapolei!
The famous Heineken tree!
The same house with the Heineken tree had a driveway down the length of the house adorned with Christmas decorations.
The other half of the driveway looked like this!
This was probably my favorite decorated house. It had music and a station to tune into to listen to. Cars were stopped on the road just to watch. We were there for a good half hour!
There is a street in Waikele just like the one in Kaneohe. I think next year if they keep it up they might be one of the more popular streets.
This one is pretty original. A fully lit up mustang with santa and rudolph in it!
This last house also had an electronics show with music! This house actually coordinated with neighbors and the neighbors houses were in sync as well! At least four houses were in sync and also that street light was in sync as well!
Mele Kalikimaka 2013 from Ryan Chang on Vimeo.