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  • 1. Bookends


    The perfect place to shop for gifts, or just take a break with the family, this independent bookstore feels more like a small-town library,...Read More

  • 2. Global Village


    Tucked into a tiny strip mall near Maui Tacos, this boutique features jewelry, clothing, accessories, gifts, and handcrafted jewelry from the...Read More

  • 3. Place

    Chinatown | Household Items/Furniture

    This design studio/workshop is known for its sophisticated assemblage of carefully chosen home items in all price ranges. You'll find a global...Read More

  • 4. Silver Moon Emporium


    The small boutique carries everything from Brighton jewelry and European designer wear to fashionable T-shirts, shoes, and handbags. Shoppers...Read More

  • 5. SpaHalekulani

    Waikiki | Spa/Beauty

    SpaHalekulani mines the traditions and cultures of the Pacific Islands with massages and body and facial therapies. Try the Samoan Nonu, which...Read More

  • 6. Under a Hula Moon

    Household Items/Furniture

    Exclusive tabletop items and Pacific home decor, such as shell wreaths, shell night-lights, Hawaiian beach sheets, frames, and unique one-of...Read More

  • 7. 2100 Kalakaua

    Waikiki | Shopping Centers/Malls

    Tenants of this elegant, town house–style center known as Luxury Row include Chanel, Coach, Tiffany & Co., Yves Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta...Read More

  • 8. Abhasa Spa

    Waikiki | Spa/Beauty

    Natural organic skin and body treatments are the highlights at this spa tucked away in the Royal Hawaiian Hotel's coconut grove. Vegetarian...Read More

  • 9. Ala Moana Shopping Center

    Ala Moana | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The world's largest open-air shopping mall is five minutes from Waikiki by bus. More than 350 stores and 60 restaurants make up this 50-acre...Read More

  • 10. Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    This thrice-weekly outdoor bazaar attracts hundreds of vendors and even more bargain hunters. Every Hawaiian souvenir imaginable can be found...Read More

  • 11. Anne Namba Designs

    Kakaako | Clothing

    This designer combines the beauty of classic kimonos with contemporary styles to make unique pieces for career and evening. In addition to women...Read More

  • 12. Bailey's Antiques & Aloha Shirts

    Kapahulu | Clothing

    Vintage aloha shirts are the specialty at this kitschy store. Prices range from $3.99 to several hundred dollars for the 15,000 shirts in stock...Read More

  • 13. Blue Ginger

    Waikiki | Clothing

    Look inside this little shop across from The Yardhouse for beach-casual clothing, bags, jewelry, and accessories in soft cotton and rayon aloha...Read More

  • 14. Blue Hawaii Lifestyle

    Ala Moana | Gifts/Souvenirs

    The Ala Moana store carries a large selection of locally made products, including soaps, honey, tea, salt, chocolates, art, and CDs. Every item...Read More

  • 15. Boca Hawaii

    Kakaako | Sporting Goods

    This triathlon shop near the Bike Factory offers training gear and bike rentals ($40 per day with a two-day minimum, $200 per week), aerial...Read More

  • 16. Downing Hawaii

    Kaimuki | Sporting Goods

    Look for old-style Birdwell surf trunks here, along with popular labels such as Quiksilver, Roxy, DaKine, and Billabong, which supplement Downing...Read More

  • 17. fishcake

    Kakaako | Household Items/Furniture

    A place to find unusual art, fishcake is a gallery for designers that hosts changing exhibitions and events by favorite artists near and far...Read More

  • 18. Global Creations Interiors


    Look for Hawaiian bath products, pikake perfume, locally made jewelry, island bedding, and a carefully chosen selection of Hawaiian music CDs...Read More

  • 19. Haleiwa Store Lots

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    In 2015 the North Shore town debuted a shiny new complex, the Haleiwa Store Lots. Its most notable tenant is the legendary Matsumoto Shave Ice...Read More

  • 20. Hawaiian Fire

    Sporting Goods

    Honolulu firefighters no longer offer surfing lessons, but proceeds from their Hawaiian Firefighter–inspired clothing and accessories store...Read More

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