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Hawaii Island Shopping

From Hawaiian quilts and jewelry to handmade glass and rare koa wood bowls, you'll find plenty of unique, handcrafted keepsakes by local artisans on the island of Hawaii. Whether you’re trying on designer aloha shirts or discovering art inspired by Pele’s fire, leave extra room in your suitcase for some mementos.

Browse the shopping malls and stores of HiloHistoric Kailua Village and the Kohala Coast. Or visit south Kona’s Kealakekua Ranch Center, the Keauhou Shopping Center in Keauhou, the Queens’ MarketPlace, or The Kings’ Shops in the Waikoloa Beach Resort. Then get off the beaten path and visit the art galleries and boutiques in the small towns of Holualoa and Hawi. And don't forget to bring home some Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, jams and other local flavored confections from specialty stores like Hilo Hattie, Big Island Candies and the Maunaloa Macadamia Nut Factory. 

Shopping on the Island of Hawaii

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The Store with Aloha
Multi-Island
ABC Stores
Summary

Since 1949, with over 60 stores through out Hawaii, ABC Stores offer a wide selection of gifts & treasures, apparel, beach needs, fine wines & spirits, drugs, cosmetics, fresh deli and groceries all in one place. Mail order available.

Our Store At Ali'i Gardens
Hawaii
Kona Natural Soap Company
Summary

Kona Natural Soap Company manufacturers and sells aromatheraphy vegan soaps and infused kukui nut oils; grows and sells 100% Kona Coffee and 100% Hawaiian roasted cocoa beans grown on our bio-diverse 5 acre farm called Kokoleka Lani Farm. We also offer culinary tours through "Home Tours Hawaii."

Kings' Shops on Kings Lake
Hawaii
Kings' Shops
Summary

Kings’ Shops is Hawaii Island’s premiere shopping and dining destination offering a great collection of brand name stores, island favorites, fine art galleries, casual eateries and fine dining

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