Best Honolulu, HI Shopping

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    10. Kahala Mall

    Set away from Waikiki's bustle, this friendly shopping mall offers browsing in air-conditioned comfort. Its 90 stores include Macy's, Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble, Aveda, and Ann Taylor. A selection of service...

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    9. Haleiwa Farmers Market

    Over 3,000 people come to the Haleiwa Farmers Market on average every Sunday. Located right on the beautiful North Shore near exquisite beaches and perfect waves, the market offers an average of 50 vendors every...

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    8. Kai Ku Hale

    Unique, unique, unique - describes Kai Ku Hale on the North Shore in Haleiwa. Loaded with gorgeous Hawaiian style home decor, clothing, trinkets, jewelry and art, the shop is a must stop for amazing locally finds....

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    7. Hound & Quail

    Simply put, Hound & Quail is a melting pot for trinkets and collectibles from around the world and offers some of the most unique souvenirs and home decor you'll find. Full of collectibles, this isn't your...

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    6. Guava Shop

    Guava Shop is a casual beachy-chic boutique located on the famed North Shore of Oahu opened in 2008 by two local girls. Guava Shop features a blend of dresses, tops, denim, beach essentials, product, swimwear and...

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    5. Aloha Tower Marketplace

    Marked by the stately Aloha Tower, this harbor side shopping complex provides a glimpse of old Hawaii, complete with docked ships and crowds of tourists. The array of shops offers great souvenir options and all sorts...

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    3. Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

    Can't pass up a bargain, even while on vacation? You'll definitely want to make your way to this expansive flea market, which is held three days each week. All sorts of merchandise are available from a variety of...

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    1. International Market Place

    A local fixture that's changed amazingly little since its inception in 1955, International Market Place features more than 130 shops, kiosks, and artist's stands selling everything from fine jewelry to t-shirts, from...

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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.


About Jade Eckardt

Raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Jade has traveled the world and doesn't intend to stop, yet the Hawaiian Islands are still her favorite place. She spent seven years living on Oahu and exploring the island. A regular visitor to Kauai, Jade recently authored a full-length Kauai guide book. She is a writer and photographer, whose work has been published...  Read more »

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