Molokai has one main commercial area: Ala Malama Street in Kaunakakai. There are no department stores or shopping malls, and the clothing is typical island wear. Local shopping is friendly, and you may find hidden treasures. A very few family-run businesses define the main drag of Maunaloa, a rural former plantation town. Most stores in Kaunakakai are open Monday–Saturday 9–6.

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  • 1. All Things Molokai

    This vibrant shop on the Ala Malama strip sells quirky souvenirs like funny T-shirts, jewelry, and local products. They have a café counter offering sandwiches,...Read More

  • 2. Big Wind Kite Factory

    The factory has custom-made kites you can fly or display. Designs range from Hawaiian flags to Hawaiian animals like pueo (owls) with a little bit...Read More

  • 3. Hawaii's Finest

    One of Hawaii’s better-known clothing lines for contemporary aloha apparel, Hawaii's Finest sells just that, and at fair prices. This shop on the Ala Malama...Read More

  • 4. Molokai Fish & Dive

    This is the source for your sporting needs, from snorkels to free and friendly advice. Other island essentials like high-quality sunglasses and wide-brimmed hats are...Read More

  • 5. Molokai Wines and Spirits

    Don't let the name fool you; along with a surprisingly good selection of fine wines and liquors, the store also carries cheeses and snacks for...Read More

  • 6. Blue Monkey

    This fun and funky store near the airport is great for supplies for a day in the sun including sunscreen, fins, masks, and more. The...Read More

  • 7. Friendly Market Center

    The best-stocked supermarket on the Island has a slogan ("Your family store on Molokai") that is truly credible. Sun-and-surf essentials keep company with fresh produce,...Read More

  • 8. Imports Gift Shop


    Across from Kanemitsu Bakery, this one-stop shop offers fancy and casual island-style wear, including Roxy and Quicksilver for men, women, and...Read More

  • 9. Imports Gift Shop

    You'll find soaps and lotions, a small collection of 14-karat-gold chains, rings, earrings, and bracelets, and a jumble of Hawaiian quilts, pillows, souvenirs, books, and...Read More

  • 10. Kualapuu Market

    This small market that’s been open since 1938 has a little bit of everything and is a good stop for provisions, drinks, and other goodies...Read More

  • 11. Kumu Farms

    The most diverse working farm on Molokai is the place to purchase fresh produce, herbs, and gourmet farm products. Stop by their farm stand for...Read More

  • 12. Maunaloa General Store

    Stocking meat, produce, beverages, and dry goods, this shop is a convenient stop if you're planning a picnic at one of the west-end beaches. Stop...Read More

  • 13. Molokai Art from the Heart

    A small downtown shop, this arts and crafts co-op has locally made folk art like dolls, clay flowers, silk sarongs, and children's items. The shop...Read More

  • 14. Molokai Bicycle

    This bike shop rents and sells mountain and road bikes as well as jogging strollers—racks, helmet, and other supplies are included in the rental. Maps...Read More

  • 15. Home Town Groceries & Drygoods

    For those staying at a condo on Molokai, this store will come in handy. It is like a mini-Costco, carrying bulk items....Read More

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