Though famous for its scenery, Maui harbors another little gem: shopping. Some of the best browsing comes in the form of walking up and down the streets of towns like Makawao, Pā‘ia, Kīhei and Lahaina.
In the quaint upcountry town of MAKAWAO , you’ll fi nd just what you’ll need to dress like a real Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy). The historic whaling village of LAHAINA is a mixed bag of upscale boutiques, scrimshaw and fi ne arts. Surfer vibes mix with island fashion and healthy, tasty food in PĀ‘IA . If what you’re looking for is more upscale, Maui boasts numerous luxury shopping destinations that off er a 101 things to do | m au i 22
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boutiques, galleries and shops featuring artisans from Maui and around the world.
KĪHEI KALAMA VILLAGE , 1941 S. Kīhei Road, resembles an open-air arts-and-crafts fair with more than 40 specialty shops off ering island treasures at reasonable prices.
LAHAINA CANNERY MALL is Maui’s only fully enclosed air-conditioned shopping mall with more than 50 shops and restaurants.
MAUI MALL in Kahului is a premier shopping center boasting more than 30 unique, locally owned stores.
QUEEN KA‘AHUMANU CENTER is the largest mall on the island. Located in Kahului, the center has a movie theater, retail shops and a food court.
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA is a high-end destination with a collection of more than 70 island-chic shops, galleries and restaurants. You’ll fi nd a diverse range of stores from Louis Vuitton and Bottega Veneta to Maui-exclusive boutiques.
DA BEEHIVE is the buzz for those hoping to taste a variety of local honey or sample the latest in beeswax body care products. Located in Pā‘ia, the shop features many home and bodycare items made from natural ingredients on the Valley Isle. KI¯HEI KALAMA VILLAGE 808-879-6610 MAUI MALL 808-877-8952 THE OUTLETS OF MAUI 808-661-8277 SWAP MEET AT PA¯‘IA BAY 808-446-5730 DA BEEHIVE 808-866-6790