Gifts & Shopping

Shave Ice and Souvenirs

North Shore Marketplace 66-250 Kam Hwy Ste G-130, Haleiwa
(808) 637-2288
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Made with the highest quality flavors, their shave is absolutely the best around! Stop by and treat yourself to a refreshing delight as you browse their thoughtfully selected merchandise. You will find everything you need to bring home to friends and family and that special memento to remember your stay.

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The Flavor of Aloha

64-1551 Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa
(808) 847-3234 toll free 1-800-697-9100
Give the taste of Hawaii with our locally grown Dole
pineapples, papayas, Waialua coffee and chocolate from
the fertile North Shore of Oahu.

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green tea hawaii
North Shore Oahu

Look good, feel great!

Ka’ala Healing Arts Center 66-216 Farrington Hwy Suite 100, Waialua
(866) 960•1548
Green Tea Hawaii can help you create a healthy lifestyle. Experience over 200 health benefits that others have seen!

• Promotes weight loss and maintenance
• Decreases appetite
• Boosts energy & increases metabolism
• Stabilizes mood
• Lowers bad cholesterol
• Stabilizes blood pressure
• Assists with detox and cleansing
• Reduces pain and inflammation
• Relieves stress and anxiety
• Reduces risk for cancer

Check out our website at to learn more about our products and to get directions to one of our Oahu locations where you will receive a free sample and learn more about the amazing benefits of Green Tea Hawaii products.

Other Oahu Locations
Aiea- Pearl Ridge Mall
Haleiwa Store Lots next to Matsumoto’s
Ka’Makana Ali’i in Kapolei

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nostalgic food, local goods and everyone-is-family hospitality

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy. Laie
Open Monday–Saturday
(808) 293-3333

Hukilau Marketplace, at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, is a vintage throwback to 1930’s Hawaii offering nostalgic food, local goods and everyone-is-family hospitality. The atmosphere of the Marketplace is perfectly unpretentious and embraces all the flavor (and a few unpolished flaws) of Old La’ie. Whether you stop in weekly or during an O‘ahu vacation, the Hukilau Marketplace takes you by the elbow, puts you at ease, and invites you learn about and be part of a community that’s been here nearly 100 years.

Indeed, the Marketplace is an up-and-coming destination for shopping, casual dining, and stretching your legs during a day of sightseeing on the North Shore. It includes an inviting array of proprietors:

  • Pounder’s Restaurant
  • Polynesian Bakery
  • Roulotte Court
  • The Confection Store
  • Island Food Kiosks & Carts
  • La’ie General Store
  • Hapa Home Store
  • Ukulele Experience
  • And more

Encompassing 119,000 square feet and positioned just off Kamehameha Highway, Hukilau Marketplace sets adjacent to the Center’s Pacific Theater, site of the award-winning Ha: Breath of Life evening show. Admission and parking for the Hukilau Marketplace is free for both visitors and residents and is open longer than typical PCC hours, 11:00am – 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday.

The diversity of shops and dining establishments, plus daily, live performances of music and dance, will appeal to both visitors and residents and make a daytrip along the North Shore’s windward side even more enjoyable. Notably, the Hukilau name is a tribute to Laie’s fascinating heritage and longstanding legacy of cultivating the people and culture of Polynesia. In fact, the hukilau was the inspiration for creating the Polynesian Cultural Center, which opened in 1963.

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Zipline, ATV Tours, Horseback Riding, Ocean Voyages and More!

Windward (East) Oahu

Mon-Sun 8:30am-5:30pm
(808) 237-7321
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Kualoa is a 4000 acre private nature reserve seen in over 70 movies & tv shows like Jurassic World, LOST, King Kong, etc. Explore the valleys via Zipline, ATVs, Horseback, Jeep Expeditions, Ocean Catamaran or bus on the always popular Hollywood Movie Site Tour. Advanced reservations are recommended.

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A Unique Children’s Shoppe

66-051 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa
Open daily 10am-6pm-ish
(808) 637-4544
Opened since 1987, this charming boutique has an array of funky, fashionable children’s clothes for infants, toddlers, and young children. They carry locally made, hand painted cottons, Hawaiian Print dresses and Aloha shirts along with Toys and Hawaiian Books. Make the Growing Keiki a part of your visit to Haleiwa Town.

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Art Gallery

North Shore Oahu
South Shore Oahu

66-250H Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa
Mon-Thur, 10am-7pm and Fri-Sun, 10am-8pm
(808) 637-8729Don’t forget to mention SeekSpot

Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. 36 years later, through his unique marine life paintings, sculptures, and photography, Wyland has inspired a generation about the importance of clean water and marine life conservation.

Come Visit us at the gallery and discover Wyland, Heather Brown, DeRubeis, Walfrido and a dozen other highly acclaimed and collectable artists at our Oahu locations in Waikiki, Haleiwa and Ko’Olina.

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