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Yep! Shop till you drop then come back out when it gets dark and the street comes alive.
Search for that perfect restaurant, that perfect bar or where you find the best music. That will take forever!! There is just so much to do and...More
Look no further. Sakura Spa is a no frills “spa” where you can get your feet and calves massaged for 1 hour, $35.00. I kid you not! And an hour body massage and it will be $80.00 total. Don’t expect aromatherapy and luxury, it is...More
This time Oahu is the 4th time for me, but there is a different shop I’ve ever seen, So you can enjoy it without getting tired every time. Especially this time, the International Marketplace, which was the aggregate of the previous (2012) open air, was...More
Kalakaua Avenue is the proverbial Champs Elysee of Honolulu. This avenue is full of upscale shopping and dining. There are many stores and restaurants that line the length of this avenue and hotels as well. It is constantly packed full of people walking around windowshopping...More
Lots of high end stores with nobody in them. Looks out of place for a beach town in Hawaii. The local hand carved wood store and ABC Store was the exception. Was on this street since it was on the bus route. Was a interesting...More
This is the main shopping street in Honolulu, directly opposite the main part of Waikiki Beach. There are arcades, malls, specialty shops, outlet stores, and all the high end designer label stores. You can't come to Honolulu without having a look at Kalakaua Ave.
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We always stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village which is about half a mile north of the shopping area. There's lots of good hotels right alongside the main shopping area too, depending on how much you want to spend, such as... More
We always stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village which is about half a mile north of the shopping area. There's lots of good hotels right alongside the main shopping area too, depending on how much you want to spend, such as Sheraton and Halekulani; and there's also another Hilton that's one block back from the beach.