Honolulu Shopping

Honolulu shopping is one of the island of Oahu's most popular and well known attractions and for good reason, there are a huge range of shopping malls available offering some great discounts on a number of products and brand names. From specialty stores and boutiques to high end retailers and open-air malls, Honolulu shopping is the best the islands have to offer. With much of the Honolulu shopping concentrated in Waikiki, there are also a number of shopping venues located outside this precinct in the greater Honolulu area. The below list of the top 5 Honolulu shopping destinations offers an insight on where you'll find the best shops and bargains, to make deciding where to shop in Honolulu easy.

Top 5 Honolulu Shopping Malls

Waikiki Beach Walk: A shopping and leisure destination spanning 8 acres and offering a colourful and modern venue to shop, play and stay right on iconic Waikiki Beach.

Royal Hawaiian Centre: Waikiki's premier shopping, dining and entertainment precinct, The Royal Hawaiian Centre covers three blocks with over 310,000 square feet of shops and retailers selling all manner of products on famous Kalakaua Avenue.

DFS Galleria: One of Honolulu's most popular shopping venues, particularly with tourists, this retail precinct in the Hilton Hawaiian Village offers dute free shopping, fashion and apparel, cosmetics, island gifts, some of the best brands in the world and much more.

Ala Moana Centre: The largest shopping centre in Hawaii, this open-air mall is home to almost 300 stores including more than 80 dining options, a number of Hawaii-only retailers selling local products, one of the world's largest selections of luxury retailers and four major department stores Sears, Neiman Marcus, Macy's and Nordstrom.

Aloha Tower Marketplace: An historic landmark in Honolulu, this tower marks the location of the 170,000 square foot marketplace that offers everything from handicrafts to specialty stores, restaurants to food courts and even live entertainment. Enjoy views of the ocean as you shop and lunch and check out Chinatown just a few blocks away.