Shopping in Honolulu
From designer boutiques along Waikiki’s fashionable Kalakaua Avenue (Luxury Row) to Chinatown’s beautiful jade shops to the playful shops along Waikiki Beach Walk, you'll discover unique shopping adventures throughout Honolulu. Indulge in a shopper’s paradise of trendy boutiques, specialty shops, art galleries, premium outlet malls and outdoor marketplaces where you’ll discover everything from Hawaiian treasures to haute couture.
2100 Kalakaua Avenue (Luxury Row). This fashionable section of a renowned Waikiki thoroughfare features a fine collection of the world's finest luxury retailers, including Tiffany & Co., Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Bottega Veneta and Tod's, as well as numerous boutiques, specialty shops and designer storefronts. Located in the heart of the Waikiki Beach resort, Luxury Row is an internationally renowned travel destination. Visit http://2100kalakaua.com/
Ala Moana Center. Hawaii's largest shopping destination, Ala Moana Center holds approximately 200 excellent stores and fine restaurants, including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Chanel, Dior, Burberry, J. Crew, Tiffany & Co., Fendi, Prada, and Sephora. Ala Moana Center also features a U.S. Post Office branch, frequent entertainment activities and fabulous shopping events. Visit http://alamoanacenter.com.
Waikiki Beach Walk. Waikiki Beach Walk is the vibrant and eclectic shopping, dining, entertainment and leisure center of Waikiki Beach surrounded by beautiful seascapes and cool trade winds. Shop at over 50 retail shops, including favorites such as Quiksilver and Honolua Surf Co., or peruse the galleries of Peter Lik and Tabora. The Walk also boasts 15 restaurants and an outdoor entertainment plaza with live music and events for the ultimate Waikiki experience. Visit http://www.waikikibeachwalk.com/ [Top]
Victoria Ward Center. With 120 specialty shops, including one-of-a-kind boutiques selling everything from designer wear to bath fixtures to gourmet foods, Victoria Ward is one of Honolulu’s hottest shopping spots. With a collection of 19 restaurants, a 16-screen multi-plex theatre, and a farmer’s market featuring a variety of local produce, Victoria Ward is one of the Honolulu’s hottest shopping and tourist destinations. Visit http://wardcentre.com/.
Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center. Located in the center of Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is a shopper’s delight features more than 100 shops and restaurants offering merchandise and cuisine from around the world. The Center offers everything from fine designer couture to beach apparel, fine jewelry to Hawaiian treasures, fine dining to hot dogs. Discover trendy boutiques, sports shops, jewelry stores, craft shops and practically everything under the Waikiki sun. Visit www.shopwaikiki.com
Aloha Tower Marketplace/Chinatown. Chinatown’s historic Honolulu Harbor pier marketplace offers waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment. Enjoy shopping for clothing, art, and souvenirs, entertainment, mouthwatering Hawaiian cuisine, and ocean front dining on Hawaii's famous harbor. A rich part of Honolulu’s history, Chinatown is a cultural mix of shops, exciting attractions, historic building, theatres, art galleries and a colorful food and vegetable market. Chinatown’s historic buildings are home to a myriad of shops, herbalists, lei makers, antique dealers, temples, bars, and restaurants, where you can taste authentic foods, browse stylish art galleries, and buy precious jade in hidden nooks. [Top]
Waikele Premium Outlets. Located 15 miles west of Honolulu, Waikele Premium Outlets offers excellent deals at 50 designer and brand name outlet stores, such as Adidas, Armani Exchange, Barney’s New York, Coach, LeSportsac, MaxMara, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Tumi. Visit http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=29
Aloha Stadium Flea Market. Located at Hawaii's largest sports venue, the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is a place where families share their cultural diversity and a feeling of Aloha. Since 1979, the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet has been Hawaii's premier outdoor flea market, featuring over 700 vendors, crafters, and world artists. For a 50¢ admission, you’ll enjoy an all-day shopping extravaganza in the Aloha Stadium parking lot. Go early for great deals on everything from junk to jewels. Visit www.alohastadiumswapmeet.net.
International Market Place. A Waikiki tradition, the International Market Place is a lively open air shopping experience featuring more than150 shops, carts, kiosks, artisan stands and restaurants, as well as a food court. A hot spot in the heart of Waikiki, the International Market Place is a must-see-and-do for finding the perfect gift or souvenir. Talk to local craftspeople and snap a photo by the cascading waterfall under a century-old banyan, home of Donn the Beachcomber. The International Food Court offers diverse local and international cuisine and free Hawaiian entertainment. Visit www.internationalmarketplacewaikiki.com/. [Top]