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January 4, 2018
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Jana Free

5 Best Places for Honolulu Souvenirs

Grab a memento or a little something for the folks back home at these Oahu Shopping spots.

It’s easy to fall in love with Oahu and want to bring part of it back home with you. After you’ve experienced the lush rainforests, beautiful beaches, exciting events, and warm ohana culture, finding some kind of token of remembrance often completes the island experience. As a guest of our Oahu Hotel, you’ll have many choices nearby for picking up Honolulu souvenirs.

Here are some of the best spots for Oahu Shopping and souvenir shopping close to our hotel:

1. International Market Place
2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815 | Phone: 808.921.0356

International Market Place is a uniquely Hawaiian shopping experience located just steps from our Oahu Hotel. A fixture of food, fashion, and fun in the heart of Waikiki, it’s a destination unlike any other. More than 75 retail outlets sit in this open-air marketplace that first opened in 1956. The commercial center features Hawaii’s first Saks Fifth Avenue department store and it doubles as an entertainment center.

2. Red Pineapple
1200 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814 | Phone: 808.628.4879

If you’re looking for a store that sells gourmet food and creative crafts, head to Red Pineapple. The vibrant shop is located in Ward Village and it offers homemade jams, artisanal snacks, and great home goods including candles. Red Pineapple is a hip boutique store specializing in rare gifts and custom gift baskets too. You’ll find an array of items here that aren’t available anywhere else on Oahu.

3. Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
99-500 Salt Lake Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96818 | Phone: 808.486.6704

Just 20 minutes from downtown Waikiki, the Aloha Stadium Swap meet draws locals and tourists to its more than 400 stalls. Hawaii’s biggest open-air flea market, this treasure is where you’ll find some of the best deals on the island. Oahu residents shop at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet regularly for handmade items and eclectic art. The venue is open 3 days a week, and it offers rows and rows of goodies that can easily fill up a bag or 2—or 3!

Hawaii’s biggest open-air flea market, find the Island's best deals at Aloha Stadium Swap Meet!

4. Ala Moana Center
1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814 | Phone: 808.955.9517

Ala Moana Center is often referred to as just Ala Moana. Whatever you call it, this is an Oahu shopping mall that shouldn’t be missed. This retail center is the 7th largest mall in the United States, and it’s an open-air complex that features a Bloomingdale’s department store as well as stores selling local goods. You’ll find popular international chain merchants like Apple and Chanel at Ala Moana, and Hawaiian-themed shops including Hilo Hattie and ‘Auana Quilts.

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Bring some Aloha home with you with fun Oahu souvenirs!

5. Living Aloha Creations
2424 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96816

Close to our Oahu Hotel, Living Aloha Creations sells traditional Hawaiian jewelry and island-inspired accessories. The family-owned vendor welcomes visitors into its haven of goods at the farmers market, all made with sacred symbols of Hawaii like Koa wood, sea glass and shells. These symbols of Oahu island life make the most beautiful necklaces and bracelets to take back home as souvenirs. With Living Aloha Creations goods, you can really feel the Aloha spirit and tradition.

Learn more about all the best our beautiful Island has to offer by browsing our Oahu FAQs about Attractions, Dining, Shopping, and more.

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