10Best Honolulu, HI Shopping
Many counties in Hawaii have banned plastic bags, so when you're shopping try to remember to bring a reusable shopping bag with you.
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New & Notable Honolulu Shopping
Hot, new shopping in Honolulu & trendy shopping spots to check out this month.
While visiting Oahu, there's a good chance you'll try surfing. Or swimming. Or diving. Or stand up paddling. We'll save time by saying you'll be in the ocean doing something. And you're in luck because Haleiwa Surf N Sea, located in historic Haleiwa Town on the North Shore, offers the largest selection of gear, clothing and accessories for all things ocean. Read more »All New & Notable Honolulu Shopping »
Making a home inside of a North Shore historic building constructed in the 1930s, The Growing Keiki is a unique children's store selling everything from baby blankets and toys to boys' and girls' clothing - all with a beach and surf theme. As a family-owned business, the shop is a friendly place where the workers are happy to chat and give advice on what to see and experience in the area. Read more »All New & Notable Honolulu Shopping »
About Honolulu, HI Shopping
Honolulu is the shopping mecca of Hawaii. You won't find a better place for retail therapy in all of the Hawaiian Islands and shopping options range from small boutiques selling local crafts to huge shopping centers with designer stores. Waikiki has the highest concentration of high end shops, all located near the ocean and in close proximity to restaurants and attractions. Scattered around the rest of Honolulu are unique boutiques, stores and galleries selling a lot of custom and locally made goods and crafts.
Those that venture out of Honolulu to the North Shore will find a historic town dotted with surf shops, galleries and boutiques offering an abundance of beachwear and locally crafted jewelry and art. The North Shore is also home to one of the island's most popular farmers market, the Haleiwa Farmers Market. Over on the east side of the island you'll find another, albeit moderately sized mall and a eclectic collection of smaller shops. For a truly unique shopping experience in Honolulu, check out some of the many farmers markets that happen all around the island for the freshest fruit and rare finds.
- Honolulu Expert Jade Eckardt