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|Shopping Malls in Oahu - Hawaii|
Shopping malls are mostly everywhere in the major districts. Here are some better-known shopping malls on Oahu that are easily accessible by car or bus.
Ala Moana Center - see Honolulu. Largest shopping mall in Hawaii and the fourteenth largest shopping mall in the United States.
Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center - located in the heart of revitalized Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian Center is one of Oahu's top shopping malls. The Oahu mall features a wide variety of shopping and dining options amongst its 110 shops and restaurants.
DFS Galleria (Duty Free Shops) - see Honolulu. Newly renovated emporium featuring luxury brands alongside souvenier shops. Its main feature is the Tube, a walk-through aquarium visible from indoors and on the sidewalk at the corner of Kalakaua and Royal Hawaiiian Avenues. Some sections are for international travellers only.
Waikiki Shopping Plaza - see Honolulu. 75 speciality shops are spread over five floors.
Aloha Tower Marketplace - see Honolulu. Waterfront marketplace and shopping mall.
Kahala Mall - see Honolulu. Shopping mall that also serves as a key stop on a number of TheBus routes.
Koko Marina Shopping Center - see Honolulu. One stop shop for water sports, food, and shopping.
Windward and Kane'ohe Shopping Mall— Features over one hundred twenty stores, you'll be sure to find what you need here.
Ward Center— Be sure to check out this contemporary retail gallery featuring the works of fifteen of Hawaii’s top artists.
Pearlridge Center, on Kamehameha Highway in Aiea, is the main shopping mall in Leeward Oahu. It's actually two malls in one, with two distinct architectural personalities. Uptown Pearlridge, anchored by Macy's, has a plush, wood-toned decor, while Downtown Pearlridge, anchored by Sears, is built around an urban theme. The two building are connected by the SkyTrain, a monorail that runs regularly between the two malls; it is the only monorail in the state.
Waikele Center, one mile west of the H1-H2 interchange, is made up mostly of big-box retailers such as KMart, Borders, Lowe's, and the Sports Authority. Across Lumiaina Street from the mall is the Waikele Premium Outlets, made up of upscale outlet stores from such names as Barneys New York, Coach, Michael Kors, Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue, Polo Ralph Lauren, to name a few. By public transport, take bus 42 (slower) or E (faster city express bus) to Waipahu Transit Center, then change to 433.