Made up of several dozen ramshackle stalls and about a dozen formal stores, this place is very much of a local hangout. It ... More
Made up of several dozen ramshackle stalls and about a dozen formal stores, this place is very much of a local hangout. It spans two floors, and is arranged around a sunny courtyard. Crafts, clothes, jewelry and souvenirs are sold cheap at this bazaar. A food court serving such delicacies as roasted goat and pig's feet stew is located inside. While a few brave tourists venture into the dark, pungent room from time to time, the only people that really dine here are locals.
I dont think this place is fearful at all. My whole family went and it was a very pleasant experience. If you want something different from typical, boring malls and expensive shops, this is definitely a place to go.
Do not fear this place...how to eat in Hawaii on $5 a day!!! Same food as you will find at the tourist-y luaus...only this time you mingle with actual Hawaiians. Friendliest people and willing to help all tourists. Seemingly a popular lunch place for whote collar downtown business people too.
This little shopping center is popular with locals as well as tourists. It is located in the busiest section of
Waikiki and stays open until the wee hours. About two dozen specialty shops and restaurants are in the center, ...
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 ...
Located in the heart of Honolulu, Ala Moana is one of the largest open air shopping centers in the United
States. It boasts more than 200 shops and is a favorite stopping point for locals and tourists alike. A ...