Maui

We hope you've saved room in your suitcase. With our shopping guide, you can find the top shops for everything "Maui-grown," from lilikoi (passion fruit) jams and fresh pineapples to koa wood bowls and swimwear. Style hunters can get their fill of bohemian-resort chic in Paia, luxury brands in Wailea, and paniolo (cowboy) threads in Upcountry's quiet Makawao town. And before packing up your plunder, conjure up some Zen by soaking in Maui's natural resources at one of the island's top spas.

If you're seeking authentic Hawaiian artistry, check out the handcrafted instruments at Mele Ukulele and Maui Divers' jewelry designs. Splurge on an heirloom Niihau shell lei found in art galleries around the island or score pretty puka charms from the Maui Swap Meet in Kahului. Maxed out on your luggage weight? No problem. There’s Hello Makana (www.hellomakana.com), a subscription service that curates food and gift items from high-quality local artisans and ships to your doorstep. Although the cost of basic goods might be higher on the Islands, keep in mind that the state has a much lower sales tax (4%) than the mainland.

Specialty food products—pineapples, coconuts, or Maui onions—and "Made in Maui" jams and jellies make great, less expensive souvenirs. Cook Kwee's Maui Cookies have gained a following, as have Kitch'n Cook'd The Original Maui Potato Chip Company. Coffee sellers now offer Maui-grown and roasted beans alongside the better-known Kona varieties. Remember that fresh fruit must be inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture before it can leave the state, so it's safest to buy a box that has already passed inspection.

Business hours for individual shops on the island are usually 9–5, seven days a week. Shops on Front Street and in shopping centers tend to stay open later (until 9 or 10 on weekends).

To unwind on your trip, you can rejuvenate in a yoga class and then enter one of the island's world-class spas. Many treatments use ingredients indigenous to Hawaii, like kukui nut and coconut. With coveted beauty lines like Eminence or Epicuren sharing the shelves with locally made Ala Lani Bath and Body, you're bound to find a spa product or two to bring home.

Traditional Swedish massage and European facials anchor most spa menus on the island, though you can also find shiatsu, ayurveda, aromatherapy, and other body treatments drawn from cultures across the globe. It can be fun to try some more local treatments or ingredients, though. Lomilomi, traditional Hawaiian massage involving powerful strokes down the length of the body, is a regional specialty passed down through generations. Many treatments incorporate local plants and flowers. Awapuhi, or Hawaiian ginger, and noni, a pungent-smelling fruit, are regularly used for their therapeutic benefits. Limu, or seaweed, and even coffee are employed in rousing salt scrubs and soaks.

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  • 1. The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui

    Spas

    Thoughtful gestures like fresh flowers beneath the massage table, organic ginger tea in the relaxation room, and your choice of music ease your...Read More

  • 2. Tutu's Pantry

    Food/Candy

    In the middle of Kihei Kalama Village is this humble nook with an abundant supply of coffees, teas, cookies, jams, and other specialty-food...Read More

  • 3. Willow Stream Spa, Fairmont Kea Lani

    Spas

    This spa makes meticulous use of Hawaii's natural elements to replenish your Zen. Give a full hour to enjoy the fascinating amenities, two if...Read More

  • 4. Awili Spa and Salon, Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort

    Spas

    At Awili Spa and Salon's apothecary or blending bar ( awili means "to mix"), consultants assist in creating your personalized oils made from...Read More

  • 5. Azeka Place Shopping Center

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Spread across two phases on either side of South Kihei Road, this no-frills shopping center is in the heart of Kihei. The mall is comprised...Read More

  • 6. Cruise

    Clothing

    Sundresses, swimwear, sandals, bright beach towels, and stylish resort wear fill this upscale resort boutique. There is a second location in...Read More

  • 7. Kihei Kalama Village

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Encompassing more than 40 specialty shops and restaurants, this area known as "the Triangle" attracts visitors and locals alike. In addition...Read More

  • 8. Rainbow Mall

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Condo guests can do some one-stop shopping at this mall—it offers salon treatments, Hawaiian gifts, local art, plate lunches, snorkel rental...Read More

  • 9. The Shops at Wailea

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Stylish, upscale, and close to most of the resorts, this mall brings high fashion to Wailea. Luxury boutiques such as Gucci, Cos Bar, and Tiffany...Read More

  • 10. Tommy Bahama

    Clothing

    Ranging from solid colors to full-on floral prints, you'll find classic island-inspired men's shirts, plus a wide range of styles that epitomizes...Read More

  • 11. Wailea Gateway Center

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Although lunch at chef Peter Merriman's Monkeypod is reason enough to venture to Wailea Gateway Center, you might also be enticed by the artisanal...Read More

  • 12. Enchantress Boutique

    Clothing

    Painted silk gowns and glittering tiaras command attention in the window of the Enchantress—the only boutique on the island where you can buy...Read More

  • 13. Spa Grande, Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

    Spas

    This 50,000-square-foot spa makes others seem like well-appointed closets. . All treatments include a loofah scrub and a trip to the termé...Read More

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