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I love Duke’s Marketplace. It’s all that’s left from the old International Marketplace in Waikiki. You can go in with a handful of cash and walk out with anything you can imagine. That’s the kind of shopping a traveler likes.
Cash speaks here. Be expected to be harassed somewhat and never pay the asking price. Many of the owners have several booths scattered in the marketplace. I paid $18 for a picture from that was $35 at ABC and $50 for a set of wooden...More
Dukes Marketplace is the worst place to shop I have visited on my vacation. My husband was verbally assaulted by a business owner due to the fact that he told my husband F@$& the United States because he supported foreign automotive industry over US Automotive...More
We had a ton of fun, but some of the vendors were very dishonest in payment. My fault for not having a better eye on them swiping my card. One lady, Lulu she told me $20 for 2 wood trinket boxes and charged me $40....More
There's not much you can't get by way of clothes and souvenirs in Duke's Lane. Prices are a bit better than the ABC Stores and if you buy multiple items the vendors will usually give discounts. A good plan is to not take many clothes...More
On Duke's Lane behind CoCo market.
Clusters of stalls selling all kinds of Hawaiian and tourists stuff. A diversion from all the high end shopping malls up and down Kuhio Ave now. No AC so when it's humid can be uncomfortable.
Be sure to haggle...More
One of the two stalls we had a great experience with here was manned by a sweet lady selling a variety of trinkets -- necklaces, magnets, key chains, you name it. Unfortunately, wasn't able to take a photo of her stall. She had Hawaiian boy...More
Response from ISunshineseekers | Reviewed this property |
Hi and Aloha. Seems that each vendor keeps their own hours, but I can tell you that a few open at 9 a.m., more by 10 and they are in full swing by noon. Late night shopping (8 - 10 pm), it seems is their busiest time.