Royal Shopping Adventure at King’s Village

November 13, 2014 | By Waikiki Magazine Team

With more than 20 shops for clothing, gifts and accessories, two unique galleries, eight restaurants—and even a fortune teller(!)—King’s Village is a romp of a fun time right in the heart of Waikiki. The entrance, on the corner of Ka‘iulani and Koa streets, looks as if you’re entering a king’s fortress or castle—a standout feature is the King’s Guard Museum, which chronicles and displays the history of the King’s Guard Drill Team. (Note: Hawai‘i is the only U.S. state with a royal palace, ‘Iolani Palace.)

This shopping castle features vendors that sell local aloha wear, souvenirs, ‘ukulele, jewelry, made-in-Hawai‘i goods, beach attire and so much more!

King’s Village Shopping Center
131 Ka‘iulani Ave. [B:9 Waikiki Map]
(808) 848-1011

Bright Lights

A little bit of sparkle goes and long way, and Shining Star at King’s Village speaks to customers that like to shine. From gift items and tchotchkes to fine jewelry and accessories, this unique store has it all. Also find Hawaiian-themed hairpieces, wooden carved boxes, beaded bags and Pandora bracelets. It’s the perfect place to get some glimmer, shimmer and glam!

Shoe Showcase

Walking all around Waikiki? Are you feet aching for new shoes? At Pipeline Leather II, on the second floor of King’s Village, find popular brands like Birkenstock, Minnetonka, Red Wing, Camper and more. With a large selection to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the right style to fit your feet.