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Some of the best-looking firefighters in Honolulu teach surf lessons out of this tiny shop; they transport beginners to the less crowded southwest side of the island. The store also sells T-shirts and backpacks. www.hawaiianfire.com.
Tucked into a tiny strip mall near Maui Tacos, this boutique features contemporary apparel for women, Hawaiian-style children's clothing, and unusual jewelry and gifts from all over the world. Look for coasters in the shape of flip-flops, a wooden key holder shaped like a surfboard, and placemats made from lauhala and other natural fibers, plus accessories you won't find anywhere else. www.globalvillagehawaii.com.
Frequent visitors return to this store year after year for a fresh supply of original, hand-picked, Hawaiian-style clothing for youngsters. www.thegrowingkeiki.com.
Look for Hawaiian bath products, pikake perfume, locally made jewelry, and a carefully chosen selection of Hawaiian music CDs. Fun gifts include chip-and-dip plates and spreaders shaped like ukuleles. www.globalcreationscart.com.
Hermès, Cartier, Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs are among the shops on the Waikiki Luxury Walk in this enclosed mall, as well as Hawaii's largest beauty and cosmetic store. The third floor caters to duty-free shoppers only and features an exclusive Watch Shop. The Kalia Grill and Starbucks offer a respite for weary shoppers. www.dfsgalleria.com/en/hawaii/.
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