Whether you're looking for flip-flops, cheap beach mats or chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, the neighborhood ABC store ... More
Whether you're looking for flip-flops, cheap beach mats or chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, the neighborhood ABC store is the first place to go. It's a one-stop shop for inexpensive souvenirs, beach gear and other island sundries. While some of the merchandise found here is a too kitschy (hula dolls on surfboards and aloha-print backpacks), some products are essential, like scuba goggles and sunscreen. The stores are frequented by locals as well as tourists and here are so many ABC Stores in Honolulu, it seems as if they are absolutely redundant, until you need something.
These stores are great. One on just about every corner. All Blocks Covered, ABC. Every store is a little bit different, in size and what they sell. The prices are reasonable. Great place to get the little things you forgot to pack or realized you need. Also a great place to pick up any last minute momentos before heading home.
This pleasant red roofed little shopping mall is in a residential neighborhood on the border of the Ala Moana district.
The handful of shops and service providers at the mall cater primarily to locals. You'll find a video rental ...
With more than 150 specialty stores and restaurants, this is truly a one of a kind complex. The only one
larger in Honolulu is the Ala Moana Center, and some people say that Royal Hawaiian is beginning to outgrow ...
Since 1925, Aloha Tower has welcomed people of all nations to Honolulu. It's an imposing structure, nearly 200 feet tall,
but its Spanish architecture and bronze embellishments make it much more attractive than the average skyscraper. The wonderful Aloha ...