Wang Chung's

97% love it
Tiny, cozy and cheerful

Meet fellow gay travelers, enjoy breakfast or bunch, and raise a cocktail glass at this welcoming karaoke bar.


    • thekaica
      thekaica Over a year ago
      Loves it

      A fun place
      If you like to sing or watch others sing, this is the spot. Their new location is bigger and there's always a great crowd. The bartenders are the nicest people. You will have a great time and want to come back again and again.

    • ftwcarman
      ftwcarman Over a year ago
      Loves it

      very friendly to islaud visitors
      I went there for the first time last night. Somewhat challenging to find and quite small. But the bartenders and owner are very friendly to out-of-towners. Great drinks, lots of fun, singing, etc. Try to make it there at least one night of your visit.

    • Dazcat
      Dazcat Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Small but sweet.
      The great staff makes this bar one to keep coming back to. The owner of the club is very friendly and makes his patrons feel welcome. I'm not a huge fan of karaoke but there are quite a few locals that take it serously so usually the singing isn't too bad :)

    • justjamez
      justjamez Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Off the beaten path....
      Although this place is small, and off the beaten path it is a great spot to venture to. The bartender makes awesome drinks, that are priced great and taste amazing. The ambience is lively and upbeat as well. Loved singing the night away, made me feel like I was right at a family BBQ-- in a sense. If you're not into karaoke, I dont suggest you stop by, you may feel awkward. But for everyone else, bring a friend cause the regulars know that this is as much a part of the Hawaii gay circuit as Fusions and Hula's

    • hawaiiboy808
      hawaiiboy808 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place to hang
      I have been here a few times and everytime I am there I have a great time!! The bartenders are super friendly, the prices are cheaper than most gay bars, the drinks are quality since they only use fresh juices and make their own homemade mixers, and the crowd is fun fun fun!! It is a small place, but (unless you have a phobia) that is what makes it fun! It's like a Karaoke bar straight out of Tokyo!! If you ask, the bartenders will even sing a song to get the party started! Party on Wang Chung's!!

    • LocalBoy
      LocalBoy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Very, very small
      This bar was recommended to me. I could not find it easily, since it is so small and tucked away. I was intimidated by the regulars, most of whom could not sing. The drink prices were OK to high. It was clean and decorated cleverly, but much too small for me. Large groups, don't go.

    • stamboy
      stamboy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Small But VERY Friendly, Big Hearted
      In March 2010 i spent 10 days in Honolulu at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki, which, btw, was a very nice hotel. Just behind the hotel is a really friendly gay bar which specializes in karaoke. I'm not a great singer but I had a lot of fun trying and the other people including the owners could not have been more supportive. Going to this bar was more like going to a friends house for a party in the living room. And there were surprises all the time. On some nights there were actually really talented people singing, some local, some from all over the States. On some nights there was fee food. I remember especially one night when the young owner made waffels for eveyone using a special local recipe. It was great. So this place although small has a BIG Heart! (Also Big drinks!) Go there and enjoy!

    • msghu
      msghu Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Waikiki's newest gay Karaoke Bar
      Small fun little bar in the middle of Waikiki. Staff is super frendly which makes for a fun atmosphire. Bar is in odd location which makes it a little hard to find, next to Kings Village behind the Hyatt.