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  • Ala Moana Center

    One of the largest shopping malls in the world, Ala Moana Center boasts nearly 300 stores and dining choices. With an estimated 42 million visits per year, it is undoubtedly Honolulu’s unofficial town square. Choose from a host of wonderful local-style shops such as Cinammon Girl, Animation ... read more >>
  • Kahala Mall

    Located in the upscale suburban-Honolulu neighborhood of Kahala, only a 15-minute drive from Waikiki, Kahala Mall offers casual elegance. Explore chic Island boutiques such as Magnolia, Cinammon Girl, Kahala Kids, The Compleat Kitchen, Reyn Spooner, SoHa Living, Ohelo Road and The Paperie, plus ... read more >>
  • Koko Marina Center

    A neighborhood shopping center with a unique marina-front setting, Koko Marina Center is an easy choice for casual eats and shopping. The center is just off the main highway in Hawaii Kai, near Hanauma Bay, perfect for post-beach Jamba Juice or ice cream at Bubbies. For lunch or dinner, choose from ... read more >>
  • North Shore Marketplace

    North Shore Marketplace is a true gathering place and the heartbeat of the North Shore community. With more than 20 locally owned, one-of-a-kind shops and eateries, visitors and locals enjoy all the best that the North Shore has to offer: handmade custom swimsuits, handcrafted jewelry, a huge ... read more >>
  • Pearlridge Center

    Located in the Pearl Harbor area of Oahu, Pearlridge Center is one of Hawaii’s largest shopping malls. Explore uniquely local stores and restaurants such as Anna Miller’s, Big City Diner, Blue Hawaii Surf, Cinnamon Girl, Verbano and In4mation, plus shopping favorites such as Vans, ... read more >>
  • Royal Hawaiian Center

    Stretching the length of three blocks along Waikiki’s oceanfront, Royal Hawaiian Center has grown into one of Hawaii’s most exclusive shopping destinations. Explore nearly 100 stores, from local boutiques such as Allure Swimwear and Bob’s Ukulele to upscale chains such as Apple ... read more >>
  • Waikiki Beach Walk

    Built from scratch along Lewers Street several years ago, Waikiki Beach Walk is Waikiki’s newest and hottest shopping, dining, entertainment and accommodations promenade. Explore a large collection of quality Island boutiques such as Noa Noa, Martin & MacArthur, Blue Ginger and Na Hoku, ... read more >>
  • Waimanalo Town Center

    Along the main highway in laidback Waimanalo, Waimanalo Town Center offers Island-style shops, food and gifts worth pulling over for. Like Dave’s Ice Cream, for example: creamy, flavorful, made in Hawaii with unique flavors that celebrate the Islands, and a perfect follow-up to a day at the ... read more >>