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- We spent half a day at the Ala Moana Center while staying in Waikiki. Easy to get to by bus. Loads of shops worth visiting as well as lots of restaurants. Always very busy.Written 18 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Bus#42 & 20 from Waikiki to Aloha Stadium, open 3 days/week(Wed, Sat, Sun) 8am-3pm Admission $2/person.Written 26 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We walked around the International Market place several times on our visit to Waikiki. A couple of the restaurants in the food court were the best that we ate at in Waikiki. Dukes Lane that runs alongside the International market place has lots of small market stalls - remember to bargain your price!Written 18 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A beautiful shopping centre. Offers a number of great events throughout the week that are worth checking out. Everything is listed on their website. Only one of my daughters was able to do the Lei making activity on Friday due to space limitations. We arrived 15 minutes early and still there was only one of the 24 available spots left!! So if you want to do this, plan to get there early! The lady who runs this event is quite strict - she made a 9 and three quarter year old cry when she booted her out just before the class was starting as she didn't meet the minimum age requirement of 10. They have other cultural events which are great - hula dancing shows, some singing, even hula dancing lessons my kids did. But beware - they are quick to cancel. We didn't get to see the scheduled Saturday Hula show as it was cancelled for some unknown reason. Cancellations are never listed on the website which is too bad. Google them to find their site to check out their different offerings. Another great free hula show is right on Waikiki beach. Every Tuesday and Saturday, it runs from 6:30-7:30. We walked over to that after seeing the Saturday show was cancelled at the Royal Hawaiian and it was great! The family really enjoyed it.Written 2 November 2023
- We were pleasantly surprised by the variety and prices of food here. We basically did our groceries and saved lots of money, and the food was excellent.Written 5 August 2023
- Unless you have a car on the island of Oahu, you have to rely on public transportation, including the bus, or the hop on hop off trolley. I opted to use the trolley, and I was on the very first run from Waikiki to the farmers market. I was able to get fresh produce for our week of vacation along with some interesting cookies, some unique popcorn, and grab a quick bite of breakfast and an iced coffee. There seem to be more prepared food versus produce at this particular market. I did have to wait for a second trolley due to demand and the 10 am was full. This is more a situation with the trolleys for this is the actual farmers market. I would recommend this for any travelers to be able to support the local, farmers and artisans.Written 4 October 2023
- Foodlands was such a brilliant supermarket. Staying in a nearby hotel, we visited a few times to purchase fruit, breakfast and lunch foods. The range of food available was huge. We were happy with all purchases. Clean, well set out and staff helpful.Written 27 October 2023
- We came here to go to the cinema and popped into the pub for lunch before we went in to the movie. Nice enough place with a lot of shops.Written 25 October 2019
- Great selection and prices. I loved this place - we spent a long time combing through all the racks to find 'the' shirt. Many are actually made in HI. Prices were similar to or slightly lower than what we saw elsewhere for similar quality. Be aware this feels more like a flea market than, say, Macy's. Personally I found it quirky and fun but YMMV. It's a bit off the beaten path.Written 29 August 2023
- Friendly service and staff with lots of free parking. Freshly made taro chips to order while you wait is a winner! I will be back again!Written 22 June 2023
- The Japanese Cultural Center was easy to find, there is parking in their lot for a slight fee or plenty of street parking.
FYI, it is located close to Wakiki hotels. They had 2 exhibits, one was free and had a movie which was about the intern ment of the Japanese during WW2, and the other was an exhibit about the ancestry and life of Japanese in Hawaii, there was a fee. This exhibit was very interesting and well done. What was especially nice was that the peaople at the center circulated in the area and answered questions and explained some of the exhibits.Written 16 December 2018
- Great selection of cosmetics and perfumes. No big bargains. Good selection of sol de janerio. Large area with various brands of sunglasses.Written 23 November 2023
- Describing this as a shopping centre is a little bit of marketing spin. It's actually five separate buildings of somewhat disparate quality in the same area. The Nordstrom Rack and TJ Maxx in one building are both great and there's an excellent Whole Foods Market a hundred yards or so up the road, but the other shopping precincts were either rather run down or of minimal interest given how much shopping there is to be done in Honolulu. One plus was that there is lots of parking.Written 11 September 2018
- This is a smaller more quaint market as opposed to the one at the community college (which is huge and has tourist buses that bus the visitors in). If you just want to pick up some nice local vegetables, greens, fruit without the fuss, this is a good place to come to. They also serve food and there is a very large area where you can sit, listen to the music and have a very relaxing Saturday morning. It is located in the Ward Shopping area right across the park at Ala Moana.Written 26 May 2018
- We were just informed that McDonald will be closing their restaurant on December 30th. Disappointed that we have no place to eat for breakfast in the mall before going the commissary and/or exchange. Granted that another McDonald is 5 minutes away but it is the inconvenience of moving from parking lot to and another parking lot. There is always a waiting line before purchasing our meals and not sure why they are closing?Written 6 November 2023
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