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Shopping While Vacationing in Honolulu

During a trip to Hawaii, many travelers are going to decide that they would like to do some local shopping. What better way to remember those that were left at home than with a great souvenir from the islands?

Even better is if you took one of the cheap Honolulu flights to get there, you will have even more money to spend on your shopping excursion. It will be a great benefit to sample the local sales areas and open market, as well as delve into the commercial malls available on the island.


The People’s Open Market

You should visit the People’s Open Market on Keeaumoku Street to check out the best Hawaii has to offer. This open market was founded in 1973 and was formed to help achieve three specific goals.

  1. To provide a focal point for local residents to socialize.
  2. To support the local economy of highly diversified aquaculture and agriculture by providing a place of sale for local farmers and fishermen.
  3. To provide the opportunity for locals and visitors to purchase fresh produce and meats from local area farmers and fishermen.

Over a million people shop at The People’s Market each year. Since pricing is commonly lower than retail stores, many locals will shop nowhere else. In addition, many local and ethnic foods are not available in the more commercialized shopping venues.

There is no better way to support the local economy of Honolulu than to purchase from The People’s Market.

Royal Hawaiian Center

Visitors can enjoy a full day of shopping and dining at the Royal Hawaiian Center. Expect to find a huge variety of boutiques and quality stores. Everything from art galleries to designer fashions allows travelers to enjoy the full spectrum of shopping options in Honolulu. This is another area in which those cheap Honolulu flights will pay off. All of that money saved on your flight can benefit your shopping trip at these luscious boutiques.

No need to leave the Royal Hawaiian Center when it’s time to eat. Head to one of the many top-notch dining establishments, or dip into others with more relaxing and informal atmospheres. Whether you are looking for sushi, or a famous Hawaii burger, both can be found here.

Be sure to take the time to experience both forms of shopping in Honolulu. You do not want to leave the island without having experienced the luxury of high-quality shopping, or the comfort and pride of shopping open market style with the residents of this tropical paradise.