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Shopping in Waikiki is a relaxing and enjoyable experience with unique style. You can find a wide range of outlets that feature something for everyone. From luxury designer boutiques to authentic Hawaiian apparel and souvenirs, Waikiki offers the ultimate in fashions and designs in Honolulu. In Waikiki you will find everything from local specialty shops and one-of-a-kind boutiques to popular national retailers and high-end stores.
Beyond the Aloha shirt (Hawaiian shirt) and muumuu (Hawaiian dress) you'll discover a variety of unique local merchandise including Hawaiian jewelry, quilts, art, ceramics, books, and fashion. Specialty foods to take home include Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, preserves, and other snacks.
With only a 4.712% excise tax on retail purchases, plan on packing another bag on your trip back from Hawaii.
Ala Moana Center
The Ala Moana Center, commonly known simply as Ala Moana, is a large open-air shopping mall in the Ala Moana neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii. Owned by Brookfield Retail Group, Ala Moana is the ninth largest shopping mall in the United States and the largest open-air shopping center in the world.
Composed of 18 merchants, South Shore Market embodies a new level of creative and cultural talent and local business ownership. This one-of-a-kind retail destination creates a gathering place with indoor and outdoor seating, activating the streets of Ward Village like never before.
More than a collection of international luxury brands and unique island boutiques, Royal Hawaiian Center is one unforgettable experience all located in the heart of Waikiki and minutes away from Waikiki Beach. We invite you to step into The Royal Grove and discover the rich legacy of Helumoa, Waikiki’s historic coconut grove in the heart of Royal Hawaiian Center. Enjoy our celebration of dance, music and Hawaiian traditions while you shop our 110 distinctive stores and 30 unique dining destinations.
The state's biggest open-air flea market with 400-plus stands. Small admission charge. At the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace, you can find discounts on a wide selection of high quality products from clothing, accessories, Hawaiian souvenirs, pre-packaged ethnic foods, fine jewelry and vintage antiques. Beautifully handcrafts products and exclusive art pieces are made and sold by the artist themselves, which truly make great gifts for yourself or that special someone.
The International Market Place has been an island tradition for years upon years. With over 130 carts, shops and artisan stands, this open-air setting in the heart of Waikiki remains a must-see-and-do for that special gift or souvenir. Take time to talk story with the local craftspeople, and snap a photo by a cascading waterfall under a century-old banyan, original home of Donn the Beachcomber. The International Food Court offers a variety of local and international cuisine, plus free Hawaiian entertainment five nights a week. Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 2330 Kalakaua Ave., next to Waikiki Town Center.
Filled with one-of-a-kind boutiques and eateries in addition to well-known retailers and restaurants, Ward Centre is a must shop destination. Ward Centre is also home to free events including Courtyard Brunch featuring top Hawaii chefs; Courtyard Cinema an outdoor film event presented by Hawaii International Film Festival; Kona Nui Nights highlighting top Hawaiian musicians and hula halau; Weekly Yoga Seminars presented by CorePower Yoga and the Kakaako Farmers Market which includes grab-and-go meals with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
The Aloha Tower Marketplace is a waterfront shopping center in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Located at the Honolulu Harbor, the Aloha Tower Marketplace includes several national historic landmarks including the Aloha Tower, Falls of Clyde and Hawaiʻi Maritime Center.
Serving Hawaii for nearly 50 years, Kahala Mall is renown in Hawaii as the heart of the East Oahu community. Today, the Center is home to over 100 unique, perfectly curated local boutiques and top national stores and restaurants, the first Whole Foods Market in Hawaii, is located on property along with Apple, California Pizza Kitchen, Macy’s, Kahala 8-plex Theatres with a Center Stage that showcases exciting weekly live performances from local artists to hula groups. Kahala Mall is Oahu’s favorite, family-friendly, shopping, dining & entertainment destination.
T Galleria by DFS (formerly DFS Galleria) represents a new generation of the downtown shopping experience—inspired by the traveler. T Galleria by DFS offers customers an expertly curated collection of the world’s leading luxury brands in modern and inviting shopping environments, as well as highly personalized services and unique experiences catered to their every desire.
The Pualeilani Atrium Shops is located on the island of Oahu in the heart of Waikīkī, just a few steps from the famous Waikīkī beach and Duke Kahanamoku statue. The Center is located within the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa, and is just walking distance from activities in Waikīkī.
Luxury Row is ‘Where Fashion Meets Art” and the experience of shopping is as exquisite as the products sold by Luxury Row’s tenants, which include: Chanel, Gucci, Saint Laurent, Moncler, Miu Miu, Bottega Veneta, and Golden Goose. Luxury Row is located in the heart of Honolulu’s Waikiki Beach resort district at 2100 Kalakaua Avenue, the “Fifth Avenue” of Hawaii and also houses the beautiful sales office for the Ritz-Carlton’s Diamond Head Club and the soon to open Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Condominiums.
Foodland Farms Ala Moana provides a shopping and dining experience like no other and is located in the Ewa wing at Ala Moana Center. With made-to-order, prepared and take-home-and-cook-foods and a full-service supermarket, Foodland Farms Ala Moana is your one-stop-shop for what your heart (and stomach) desires.