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Ala Moana Center

3,076 Reviews

Ala Moana Center

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aidanrohloff wrote a review Aug 2020
Honolulu, Hawaii13 contributions
A great place to spend some hard earned money. This is one of the bigger sized malls in america and its a great spot to bring a family or a friend.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Travelcooking wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom3,757 contributions2,231 helpful votes
This mall is close to Waikiki and it is noticeably big. It has plenty of upscale shops, as well as a useful target. It has many options to eat. I will recommend the Shirokiya Japan Village walk, where you will find many choices of traditional Asian food. The other place you might enjoy eating is the Foodland farms Supermarket that will give you the options of good Ahi poke. A plate that you need to taste. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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M&JR wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Worth, Texas816 contributions49 helpful votes
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Great place to people watch, eat, shop, or just hang out. There is a shop and eatery for every taste. The mall is exceptionally clean and typically every time you enter the public restroom, the janitorial staff is cleaning. We spent several hours over several days taking advanced Apple training classes at the Apple Store. The screen is huge with plenty of seating. Every high end shop is available and the food court is so large you might get lost. East to get to from the Honolulu Trolley and city box. You can even walk there, a good exercise walk from Waikiki. But if you walk the entire mall, you’ll plenty of exercise. Great enjoyable mall. I agree, more of a Center. Oh, you can even buy a Tesla.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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rjrick wrote a review Mar 2020
The Colony, Texas55 contributions5 helpful votes
This mall was fascinating at how large is was as an open air mall. Then I found these stats: Ala Moana is the ninth largest shopping mall in the United States and the largest open-air shopping center in the world.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tommomelbourne wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia42,201 contributions3,339 helpful votes
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The Ala Moana Centre was just a short walk from the second floor of our hotel (Ala Moana Hotel) and across the car park into the mall. This mall is the worlds largest open-air shopping mall and the ninth largest shopping mall in the United States. This mall offers upscale retail shopping, a large food court, a large Japanese only food court and beer garden, a supermarket and lots of bars and restaurants. If you dont like shopping like myself, I spent time in one of many bars offering happy hours whilst my wife had some retail therapy. The mall has something for everybody.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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