Aesthetically a notch above its across-the-street neighbor the Aloha Marketplace, this bazaar sells local arts, crafts and ... More
Kihei Kalama Village
Aesthetically a notch above its across-the-street neighbor the Aloha Marketplace, this bazaar sells local arts, crafts and gift items. A number of local artisans and vendors have booths in the open-air market, while specific business such as Jabooka Jooce and Alexander's Fish & Chips are clustered around the bazaar area. A sunny outdoor patio in the center is the perfect spot for an informal meal. It is fairly easy to spot this place; it looks like a gigantic warehouse with no front doors. Credit card acceptance policy and hours of operation vary by merchant.
Nice little local shopping center. Lots of shops to browse through for jewelry, clothes, souvenirs. There is lots of parking behind the shopping center. Restrooms available. There are lots of places to eat- Alexander's had really good fish and chips. We ate at Kihei Caffe for breakfast. You can get really good deals on sarongs, dresses, jewelry, and household items.
This is the place if you want a break from high traffic tourist shopping districts.
It is more than an upscale bizarre. This "diamond in the shopping rough" is where you'll find true local artisans who are selling their delicious wares.
I bought a beautiful hand-crafted bracelet made from Hawaii Silver. The artist is a former sailor who created this intricate bracelet by wrapping wire into sailor's knots. I know sounds weird and bulky - but whenever I wear it - the complements come rolling in.
I also walked out of this area with unique one-of-a-kind gifts. Hand-crafted barettes, bookmarkers, purses, journals and other jewelry.
Don't get me wrong, there are the typical "buy-sell" items BUT there are also the unique one-of-kind purchases.
Worth the stop if you are in the mood to look and search for something unique. If your significant other doesn't like to shop - they can grab a snack/cocktail at one of the local eateries.
Also, the locals were absolutely friendly and very helpful when it came to volunteering information about their wares as well as local eateries plus other things to do on the island.
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