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Chinatown

100 N Beretania St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96817-4712
+1 808-521-3826
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Buzzing with vendors, shoppers, business people and tourists, this sliver of Downtown Honolulu is an exciting mix of history, mystery and fun. Amid the lei stands, noodle factories, hole-in-the-wall eateries and herbal medicine shops, the Oahu Market attracts locals recognizing it for savory selections of fresh meats, fish and produce. Remember to frequently look up from the street level while walking around the district since many of the old buildings that were renovated have retained their original façade and completion date on the second story.
  • Excellent13%
  • Very good30%
  • Average33%
  • Poor15%
  • Terrible9%
Travelers talk about
“hotel street” (9 reviews)
“flower shops” (6 reviews)
“noodle house” (6 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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100 N Beretania St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96817-4712
Downtown Honolulu
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+1 808-521-3826
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Reviewed January 1, 2015

If you like to see different side of Honolulu, come to see local Chinatown. It's all but ordinary location from postcards. It is remainder that life is harsh and unpredictable. The genius loci of this place have many memories of history, yet the most noticeable...More

2  Thank Hubert_Poul
Reviewed December 31, 2014

This isn't San Francisco Chinatown but it is worth the visit. You should go early on a Saturday morning. It is very safe at this time. I saw nothing that made me feel uncomfortable. Kids would find this place interesting. Where else can you say...More

Thank Kim L
Reviewed December 30, 2014

Every time I go there or drive by Chinatown I wonder why its so sketchy and run down. All the great cities have a "Chinatown" and they are all kind of this way. I like the commerce of an area when it thrives and I...More

Thank coloradonative5
Reviewed December 30, 2014

People that have lived in Hawaii for a while will tell you - why did you go to Chinatown? There are so many homeless people! They're right, of course, but what you miss if you don't venture onto this part of the island are the...More

Thank Thedrstwo
Reviewed December 27, 2014

Went here with my aunty who is a local. I wasn't impressed. Considering that Oahu has so many beautiful places to visit, i wouldnt place this place on my to do list. It was a little bit seedy.

Thank Leilani M
Reviewed December 19, 2014

I went on a Saturday and parking wasn't too hard to find. Traffic was bumper to bumper though. Honestly it's more like an open market with a lot of fruits, veggies, and fish/meats for sale and a couple of stores where you could purchase neat...More

Thank Amanda P
Reviewed December 8, 2014

Love what I've seen happening in the Chinatown area lately. Seeing places transform from a place I'd prefer to avoid at night, to a thriving foodie scene is great. Lot's of small and fantastic food and drink places in the area and I suspect more...More

2  Thank Mike H
Reviewed December 5, 2014

Chinatown offers another look at Hawaii and it's diverse culture! It is an older part of town but there are so many cool, unique and little shops that specialize in the Asian flare! Here, you'll find things (some exotic) that you can't find at your...More

1  Thank lilladymo
Reviewed November 29, 2014

We had been here on our own about 10 years ago. I remember it pretty dirty and were not too impressed. This time we took a tour and really enjoyed it. The area looked much, much cleaner but there are many homeless people. We were...More

3  Thank HawaiiKaiGail
Reviewed November 19, 2014

This is not your local mall or 5th Ave to go shoping. If that is what you want check out the glitzy Malls. If you want a place for adventure. Cute shops and restaurants for a feel of being in the Orient, grab your wallet...More

1  Thank plicker2014
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Curtis M
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Response from Donaldinc | Reviewed this property |
Yes but go there early as places will close earlier. Think of noon or 1pm when things start to wrap up.
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Response from HGKCFP | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely!
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Response from MrMouser | Reviewed this property |
Look at the Aloha swap meet. Y p u will get the exact same quality as in Chinatown much cheaper. For better quality jewelry look, at Nahaku jewelers. Alamo ana mall or on the ship next to cheesecake factory.
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