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Free hula shows liven up this open-air complex on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 7 pm. Shops carry everything from fashions to jewelry.
This five-floor shopping center is across the street from the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center. Sephora, Armani Exchange, Guess, Alter Ego, and Tanaka of Tokyo Restaurant are some of its 50 shops and eateries. The Big Kahuna marketplace on the third floor has a bazaar-type feel to it with great, cheap souvenirs. The Visitor Aloha Society/Travelers Aid of Honolulu is also located here if you run into trouble while on vacation. waikikishoppingplaza.com.
Anne Klein Factory, Donna Karan Company Store, Kenneth Cole, and Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet anchor this discount destination. You can take a shuttle to the outlets for $10 round-trip, but the companies do change over frequently. www.premiumoutlets.com.
Exclusive tabletop items and Pacific home decor, such as shell wreaths, shell night-lights, Hawaiian print kitchen towels, and Asian silk clothing, define this eclectic shop. www.hulamoonhawaii.com.
A North Shore water-sports store with everything under one roof. Purchase rash guards, bathing suits, T-shirts, footwear, hats, and shorts. Rent kayaks, snorkeling or scuba gear, spears for free diving, windsurfing equipment, surfboards, and bodyboards. Experienced surfing instructors will take beginners to the small breaks on the notoriously huge (winter) or flat (summer) North Shore beaches. Warning to fishing enthusiasts: a fishing pole is the one ocean apparatus they don't carry. www.surfnsea.com.
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