Shopping

Scroll to Continue

Oahu Shopping

Whether you’re looking for Hawaiian-made handicrafts to remember your trip by or high-end fashion labels you can’t find at home, Honolulu is a shopper’s paradise; you may even want to pack an extra suitcase for all the treasures you’ll find.

Honolulu

Waikiki
The shopping has become almost as famous as the beach at Waikiki. Shopping centers like DFS Galleria, the Royal Hawaiian Center and Waikiki Beach Walk offer everything from ukulele and Hawaiian arts and crafts to designer fashion and jewelery. On Luxury Row, browse haute couture labels like Chanel, Coach and Gucci. And all along the main strips of Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues, you can explore a multitude of shops and boutiques as you treasure hunt for the perfect memento to remember your trip.

Ala Moana Center
Just west of Waikiki, Ala Moana Center is the largest open-air shopping mall in the world. Free trolleys shuttle visitors between Waikiki and Ala Moana, where there are more than 290 shops and 80 dining options.

More Oahu Shopping

Shopping venues beyond Waikiki include Ward Centers, Aloha Tower Marketplace and Kahala Mall in Honolulu; Pearlridge Center and the Waikele Premium Outlets in Central Oahu; and Windward Mall on the Windward Coast.

Shopping on Oahu

Filter Results
showing 1 - 10 of 38
Assistant Marketing Manager
Oahu
Hawaiian Host, Inc.
500 Alakawa Street Suite 111
Honolulu, HI 96817-4576
Summary

Hawai'i's premier brand and the originator of the chocolate covered macadamia. An island tradition providing a fine selection of quality confections. Hawaiian Host: Over 80 years of Genuine. Classic. Original.® and truly Hawai'i’s Gift to the World®

Websites
Kuhio Entrance
Oahu
International Market Place
International Market Place
2330 Kalakaua Avenue Management Office Suite 400
Honolulu, HI 96815
Summary

On the island of Oʻahu in the heart of Waikīkī, International Market Place is a retail and dining destination that attract residents and visitors alike. The revitalized International Market Place features shopping in an open air environment and a unique “Hawaiian Sense of Place”.

Websites

Pages

Read More About Items Made in Hawaii To Find the Perfect Souvenir

Read More