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"Beyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today. Oahu’s north shore is well known for legendary surf breaks like Waimea Sunset and the Banzai Pipeline. People travel the world over for a glimpse of these breaks and we’ll get you there – up close and personal. This countryside tour offers a nostalgic version of Hawaii that any visitor should experience.2 Person Minimum Tour Size All tours are private and exclusive to your group Tour
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"Find What Lies Beyond WaikikiBeyond the sands and waves of Waikiki the thrill of the surf is only the beginning. Our island tours offer true adventurers a chance to experience much more than the ocean. Hike historic valleys kayak to remote islet shores and savor the tastes of the islands. If you’re looking for fun that many visitors don’t get to experience request your reservation today!East Side TourTraveling east of Waikiki offers a scenic drive to views of Diamond Head the Halona Blowhole and Oahu’s windward side. You’ll see our island green with native plants and a panoramic view of the Koolau mountain range — a beauty that has even captured the lens of Hollywood films and T.V. Come along and encounter a lush vision of Oahu that many vis
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Ala Moana Shopping Center Tips (24)

Ala Moana Shopping Center: At the end of the Pink Trolley Line

The Pink Trolley is free and does a round trip out to the Ala Moana Center and back to the Galleria Waikiki. Ala Moana Center, commonly known simply as Ala Moana, is the largest shopping mall in Hawaii. It is also the fifteenth largest shopping mall in the United States, and the largest open-air shopping center in the world. We went out there and met someone and ate in the Food Court. Keep in mind that the pick up and drop off for the Pink Trolley are in different places

What to buy We were tired after a long flight from Texas, so we didn't shop

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grandmaR
Jul 14, 2015

Ala Moana Shopping Center: A Place for Serious Shoppers

Before the Mall of America opened in Minneapolis, Ala Moana Shopping Center was the largest mall in the US. It has enough shops so that you can find almost everything you need. The nice thing is that the locals shop here, too; it's not just a tourist haunt.

I find it a fun place to hang out. On my last visit I found a lovely muumuu on sale at Macy's, had a delicious lunch at the food court, and stopped to listen to a high school choral group perform on the central stage. You can also spend some time watching the koi swimming in the pools.

For a list of stores, click here.

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Rixie
Jan 02, 2010

Ala Moana Shopping Center: High Car crime at Ala Moana Shopping centre

DO NOT LEAVE ANY PERSONAL BELONGINGS OR HIGH VALUE ITEMS IN THE TRUNK!!!

To those people who are thinking of parking your car at Ala Moana Shopping centre then please read on. I have just returned from a holiday in Honululu and have had a bad experience at the Ala Moana Shopping centre. We have rented a car Chrysler Serbing convertible and parked our car just a few steps away from Sears department main entrance (location MW level 1 green area) on 16th March 09 between 18:30 and 21:00 hrs and our TRUNK WAS BROKEN INTO even though the doors and trunk were locked/checked. The LOCK OF THE TRUNK was damaged as a result and they took our bag with Camcorder, camera, sun glasses so we have lost USD 2000 values worth of items for a USD 50 shopping trip.

The Mall Secutrity and Police turned up and took a report from us and they have told us that the Parking lot at the Ala Moana Shopping centre is a high car crime area where gangs target rented cars and tourists alike.

So, my advice to fellow travellers who are thinking of staying at Honolulu to take the following precuations when shopping at the Ala Moana Shopping centre:

- Avoid going to Ala Moana Shopping centre by cars, take a cab.
- If you park your car there, take ALL personal belongings with you. DO NOT leave anything valuables in the TRUNK.
- Avoid parking your car in an isolated area. Look around for suspects who might be looking at your car before you walk away.
- Remove the 'bar-code' sticker in white on the windscreen as this implies that you are driving a rented car. Gangs look for this tag when break into cars.

Take every precautions to avoid any mishaps to ruin your holiday. We have lost our loved items and hope you guys won't have to go through that.

Patrick
Sydney, Australia.

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Mar 21, 2009

STUPID FACTORY: DAVID AND GOLIATH

AN INTERESTING AND CUTE SMALL SHOP AT THE KAPIOLANI SIDE OF THE ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER. .
I AM GUESSING THEY CALL IT BY IT'S NAME SINCE THERE ARE ITEMS[SHIRTS,T-SHIRTS,ETC . ] THAT HAVE FUNNY AND SOME TIMES CORNY SAYINGS ON THEM..-?-?-?-
THE PRICES ARE WHAT A SHOP WITH THE NAME D&G WOULD HAVE ON THEIR PRICE TAGS. MAYBE A LITTLE MORE THAN SOME STORES MIGHT CHARGE...
IF YOU ARE AT THE ALA MOANA CENTER JUST LOOKING AROUND AT WHAT THERE IS..CHECK THIS SHOP!!!!

What to buy SAYINGS THAT MIGHT BE FUNNY AND STILL RELATE TO BEING IN HAWAII...

What to pay MAYBE A LITTLE MORE THAN OTHER SHOP THAT SELL SIMILAR THINGS!!!

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Jun 13, 2008
 
 
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Ala Moana Shopping Center: All at Ala Moana

Had to go shopping for the chips I had been dreaming about . And my favorite place is Foodland at Ala Moana.
But first I wanted to get some pics from the second floor parking lot !!!!!!!!!!!
THERE ARE OVER 200 HUNDRED STORES AND KIOSKS AT ALA MOANA..YOU GOT TO SEE FOR YOURSELF AND HAVE FUN SHOPPING!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER IS ONE OF THE LARGEST SHOPPING CENTERS IN THE USA AND ONE OF THE FEW OPEN-AIR CENTERS..

What to buy About any kind of food thinkable to the taste buds !!!

What to pay Less than Waikiki ,at it's sister store Foodmart.

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Jun 13, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: ALA MOANA MARTIN AND MACARTHUR

Martin and MacArthur has long been recognized as Hawaii's premier maker of heirloom quality hand crafted koa wood furniture. Our retail stores also offer home accents and accessories, personal treasures and island art, all carefully selected to provide the ultimate in gracious island living.

What to buy Koa furniture, koa bowls, jewelry & jewelry boxes, lamps, ceramics, ukuleles, soaps and lotions

What to pay ABOUT $20 AND ON UP !!!! :0

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Onedragon
Feb 07, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: ALA MOANA MAUI DIVERS JEWERLY

A PLACE SO POPULAR FOR BUYING PEARLS IS THE MAUI DIVERS HERE ON THE ISLANDS..AND THIS ONE IS AT THE ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER..
THEY HAVE SHUTTLE BUSES THAT TAKE PEOPLE TO AND FROM THEIR DIFFERENT LOCATIONS..
IT IS ALWAYS A NICE GIFT ESPECIALLY IF ONE ISN'T LIVING CLOSE TO THE OCEAN WHERE AN ABUNDANCE OF PEARLS MAY BE.. BUT OF COURSE A LOT OF THESE ARE CULTURED PEARL ANYWAY....

What to buy PLENTY OF PEARLS AND RINGS AND NECKLACES.

What to pay THIS CAN GET UP IN PRICE DEPENDING HOW MANY ADD ONS THEY CAN PUT ON YOUR PURCHASE.

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Feb 07, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: MAX AND CO.

THIS ISN'T THE PLACE I SHOP BUT IT HAD SOME GREAT DISPLAYS AND THE LOOKS OF THE STORE WERE GREAT !!!
NICE LOOKING CLOTHES AND THE HANDBAGS WERE UNIQUE !!!!

What to buy FOR WOMEN THEY HAD THIS PURSES OR BAGS WHICH LOOKED LIKED THEY HAD BEEN DIPPED IN METAL OF GOLD OR SILVER !!!!

What to pay PROBABLY A FEW HUNDRED

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Feb 06, 2008

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Ala Moana Shopping Center: SHIROKIYA

A GREAT STORE THAT HAS BEEN AT ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER FOR MANY YEARS NOW...THERE HAD BEEN THREE IN HONOLULU BUT ONLY ONE IS LEFT AND THAT IS AT ALA MOANA SHOPPING CENTER..
A GREAT FEEL OF JAPAN IN HAWAII.

What to buy b% SORT OF A FEELING LIKE YOU ARE SHOPPING IN JAPAN...WITH A VARIETY OF GOODS FROM HOUSEWARE ITEMS TO FOOD AND VIDEOS AND ALL SORTS OF THINGS TO BUY

What to pay I LIKE THE JAPANESE FOOD!!!!
A FEW DOLLARS TO A FEW HUNDRED.....

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Onedragon
Feb 04, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: SKECHERS

FUN SHOP TO CHECK OUT IS SKECHERS ON THE SECOND LEVEL NEAR THE MACY'S.
A GOOD AND FASHONABLE SHOE WHERE FOR SPORTS OR CASUAL WEAR !!!

What to buy TRY THE SHOES !!!!

What to pay A LITTLE OVER A HUNDRED FOR SOME . .OTHERS ARE A LITTLE EXPENSIVE .....

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Feb 03, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: ALA MOANA HILO HATTIES

ALA MOANA HAS HAD NOW A HILO HATTIES FOR ABOUT TWO YEARS NOW ?? IT HAS THE SAME GREAT THINGS THAT THE MAIN STORE ON NIMITZ BLVD. HAS PLUS A FEW OTHERS . .
GREAT LOCATION FOR THOSE LAST MINUTE ITEMS YOU WANT TO TAKE BACK HOME WITH YOU FOR PRESENTS FOR THOSE WHO DID NOT GET THE CHANCE TO COME TO HAWAII WITH YOU.. .
THE MUMUS ARE ALWAYS A FABULOUS DRESS FOR THOSE LADIES BACK HOME.... OR THOSE COOL BEACH HATS ARE FOR THE GUYS THAT WANT TO LOOK LIKE AN ISLAND MAN !!!!!!!

What to buy HAS TO LOOK HAWAIIAN WHAT EVER YOU DO END UP BUYING . ..OTHERWISE IT WOULDN'T BE FUN !!!!!

What to pay FROM A FEW DOLLARS TO A FEW HUNDRED !!!!

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Jan 06, 2008

Ala Moana Shopping Center: World's Largest Open Air Shopping Mall!

Ala Moana Center was once the largest shopping center in the United States and currently holds the distinction of being the largest open-air shopping center in the world. Ala Moana Center is part of the commercial, retail, and residential district of Ala Moana, south of Makiki, east of Kakaʻako, west of Waikīkī and across from Ala Moana Beach Park.

Though there are a few stores (such as Longs Drugs, Sears, and KayBee Toys) which offer products to local residents, many of the Center's stores target the tourist economy on which it so heavily relies. The shopping center focuses its marketing on tourism, providing brochures in Japanese, one of its major clientele. There are more than 260 shops and restaurants, including boutique stores of leading international fashion designers. Its current anchor tenants are Macy's, Neiman Marcus and Sears. The Center boasts one of the world's largest food courts, featuring cuisines from around the globe.

Ala Moana Centerstage is one of the most popular public amphitheaters in Hawaiʻi. On a stage in the center of the shopping complex, local talents are showcased for visitors to enjoy. Hula dances are a staple for Ala Moana Centerstage as well as performances by the Royal Hawaiian Band, the oldest municipal band in the United States. Schools throughout the country, as well as the world, travel to Honolulu just to be able to perform at Ala Moana Centerstage. Over 56 million people visit Ala Moana Center annually

What to buy The new third level is abuzz with eateries and shops, while the ponds on the mall level are thriving with taro and Hawaiian plants. Designer stores, such as Juicy Couture, Prada, Armani Exchange, Christian Dior, and the like have heavily influenced the atmosphere of Ala Moana. The smaller locally owned stores are scattered among the behemoths, mostly on the ground floor. Nearly 400 shops and restaurants sprawl over several blocks (and 1.8 million sq. ft. of store space), catering to every imaginable need, from over-the-top upscale (Tiffany, Chanel, Versace) to mainland chains such as Gap and Banana Republic. Department stores such as Macy's sell fashion, food, cosmetics, shoes, and household needs. Shoes? They're a kick at Nordstrom, and newcomer Walking Co. has first-rate comfort styles by Mephisto, Ecco, and Naot.

A good stop for gifts is Islands' Best, which spills over with Hawaiian-made foodstuffs, ceramics, fragrances, and more. Splash! Hawaii is a good source for women's swimwear. For aloha shirts and men's swimwear, try Macy's, Town & Country Surf, Reyn's, or the terminally hip Hawaiian Island Creations. Lovers of Polynesian wear and pareus shouldn't miss Tahiti Imports. The food court is abuzz with dozens of stalls purveying Cajun food, ramen, pizza, plate lunches, vegetarian fare, green tea and fruit freezes (like frozen yogurt), panini, and countless other treats.

My choice is to eat and hang around ala moana center, specially in Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Bubba gump and Mai Tai Bar!

What to pay with over 260 shops and restaurants. From beachwear to high fashion, casual dining to fine dining, you'll find everything at Ala Moana Center, all in a beautiful open-air setting filled with lush tropical landscaping and koi ponds hence you will tend to Max out your Credit Cards!

2007 Mall Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Makai Market Opens 9:00 a.m. Daily

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Jul 31, 2007

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