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This is a very popular market, therefore its best to go early to beat the crowds, queues and ensure they don’t sell out. You can take a bus from Waikiki but I took a Taxis from the bus stop which offered $4 pp as the...More
Went on Saturday morning Jan 2019. Cars were backed up just getting to the parking lot. I was worried we wouldn't be able to find parking, but we were able to without any issues. People are constantly coming and going. Just need to be patient....More
If you're not sure where tho start, use the lines as a guide. Fried green tomatoes & abalone seem tho bye the longest. In between those two, we tried an avai bowl. And then after that, we tried a slice of pesto pizza. We took...More
Absolutely one of my favorite things to do on Oahu. This is a huge market with a mind boggling array of local vendors and farmers. In addition to fruits and vegetables that you might not have ever seen or tried before, there are tons of...More
We walked from Waikiki up to the markets with our 10 and 7 year olds. Took around 30 minutes.
The walk was gorgeous with diamond head in the backdrop and it’s winter here at the moment therefore the weather is mild.
Great morning out to...More
Beautiful setting. Great vibes. The fruits and vegetables were reasonably priced and fresh. However, I would suggest that you don’t eat here cos the queues were long for most stalls ( I was there at about 815 am), extremely pricey at sub-par standards and you...More
There's so much to see and eat at this Farmers' Market. It also gets REALLY crowded, you are really walking shoulder to shoulder with people for a good amount of time until you break free and eat on a curb somewhere. This is one of...More
We took the free shuttle provided by the Outrigger Reef Hotel, which dropped us off at Kapi'olani Community College Farmers Market. The shuttle returns on the hour.
There were a variety of stalls selling produce, drinks and food similar to farmers' markets around the country....More