In a crunch for time on your vacation, and you still need to pick up Hawai‘i gifts for the people back home? Head to the International Market Place, where you can find enough variety for everyone on your list as well as an activity or show for the whole family to enjoy. Located in the heart of Waikiki, on land that used to hold King Kamehameha IV’s summer home, this bazaar of sorts is where you can fulfill all your shopping needs. With a multitude of kiosks, stores, activities and food vendors, you are sure to find something for everyone. You can shop for those Hawai‘i souvenirs you promised to get, while the kids play in the Hamster Ball Ride (set in a 30-by-30-foot pool). If you are not much of a shopper, walk around the marketplace to feel the energetic atmosphere, see the banyan tree that once held Don the Beachcomber’s (founder of the International Market Place) tree house, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the nightly entertainment shows. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.