Shopping Malls and Centers



Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Maui's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Front Street or Lahaina. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.



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Maui Swap Meet


 

For a smidgen of local flavor, head out to this long-standing institution. Vendors arrive early, so if you want the best deals, make sure you do the same. Along with a cornucopia of fresh produce and tropical blooms, you'll discover crafts, antiques, and art. Of course, there's clothing, jewelry, and a substantial dose of kitsch too. One of the most enticing prospects is the variety of prepared foods and homemade treats you can buy and munch on as you walk. Also a great place to find souvenirs.


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Front Street

 

This central street in Lahaina is one of the town's busiest areas, not least of all because it runs along the waterfront. A plethora of restaurants and shops takes advantage of the views and the location, which is breezy and accessible. This is also the place to find the town's many prestigious art galleries. They welcome browsing and are open late to accommodate passers-by.


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Whaler's Village


 

This fashionable shopping center has a lot going for it, including a beachside location, hula performances, hip restaurants, and a variety of upscale shopping. A whaling museum on the premises makes a nice diversion for those who weren't born with the shopping gene, and a resident sand sculptor amazes visitors with his creations. Among the shops you'll find are Tommy Bahama, Coach, Swarovski, and Louis Vuitton. A host of specialty shops, along with clothing and jewelry stores, is also available. Shuttles run in the immediate area for free and along the western coast for variable fees.


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Maui Marketplace


 

Minutes away from the Kahului Airport, this shopping center counts several large chain stores among its tenants. Borders Books, the Sports Authority, OfficeMax, and Eagle Hardware share space with specialty shops and a food court. One of the newest shopping arenas on the island, the Marketplace doesn't have a great deal of character, but it does serve residents' needs.


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Shops at Wailea


 

This exquisite shopping center, located among Wailea's luxurious resorts, has some of the best shopping on the island. The architecture is a throwback to Hawaii's plantation and missionary days; the buildings are complemented by beautiful landscaping and dramatic water features. Jewelry, gifts, artwork, and clothing are all available, and names like St. John, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co. share space with Gap, Banana Republic, and Chico's. You'll also find restaurants and specialty shops added to the mix. A shuttle runs from area resorts to the shopping center for the convenience of hotel guests.


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Queen Ka'ahumanu Center


 

This central street in Lahaina is one of the town's busiest areas, not least of all because it runs along the waterfront. A plethora of restaurants and shops takes advantage of the views and the location, which is breezy and accessible. This is also the place to find the town's many prestigious art galleries. They welcome browsing and are open late to accommodate passers-by.


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Lahaina Cannery Mall


 

Bathed in light and tropical foliage, this sunny shopping center offers visitors air-conditioned comfort. The building mimics the architecture of Maui's old canneries but offers all the modern conveniences you'd want. Among the 50 or so shops you'll find on the premises are many local specialty shops and restaurants. Jewelry, clothing, art, books, and personal items are all available.


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Lahaina Center


 

Set along the waterfront, this entertainment and shopping complex sports a theater, a host of restaurants, and shopping for a variety of needs. One of the most impressive features of the Center is its re-creation of a Hawaiian village (Hale Kahiko), which is open weekdays for touring. Among the businesses you'll find are Gap, Banana Republic, and a host of specialty shops. Free hula performances are available during the week, too.


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A farmers market operated by the local Hana Health Clinic. Local growers and vendors gather everyday except Sunday selling arts, crafts, fresh produce, and lunches of all kinds.


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