Flea & Street Markets in Honolulu

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Flea & Street Markets in Honolulu

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  • Jane
    16 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Tons of vendors and they were all very kind! There were some vendors selling locally made things, but not as many as I had hoped.
    Written 3 January 2024
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  • HarryKHI
    Osprey, FL902 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Some of the folks that come bring local papaya, bananas 🍌 while some products are simply supplied by same provider delivering to Safeway. The way better one is @ Blaisdell on Weds @ 4pm.
    Written 4 August 2018
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  • ABronxTale
    Bronx, NY148 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    If I lived there I would probably have no need for this farmers market as the local stores pretty much have the basic staples I would need. As a tourist this place has prepared foods and snacks that I used during my stay. Not the cheapest but, if on vacation splurge.
    Written 22 September 2021
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  • Sandra H
    90 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    No admission charge and a number of interesting vendors. We purchased several small gifts here, ideal for family members back home.
    Written 31 March 2022
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  • Mel F
    Burnaby, Canada369 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    if you are looking for a drink or food for adults or kids, this is the place!

    I stumbled upon this place while on n evening walk and bought a 6 pack. We went here for dinner on another night, buying a couple of pre-packaged items, and also got a couple of containers of poke
    Their overall prices are comparable to other places and perhaps slightly higher, but consider it's in Waikiki and convenient.
    They offer cooked food, poke, rice bowls, flatbreads, meats, dry food, fruits and vegetables, and beverages, etc.
    Written 24 June 2024
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  • JBtravels37
    Bath, ME3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Open Tuesdays from 9-12. An indoor market with excellent fresh inexpensive farm products, craft items, yard sale items, flea market, clothing and more, Vendors are friendly and knowledgable. I was told tables can be rented for very low price- $4
    This is a new market replacing the thrift store the Community Center used to have. There was less than a dozen tables on the day I went with a varied inventory. Sometimes there are more tables and sometimes less. Great fun treasure hunting through the items for sale. This event is sure to grow as people catch on.
    Written 9 May 2018
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  • pchnmain
    LA/OC822 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Let's be honest: China towns came into being because it provided a place where Chinese could get familiar goods and services, and conduct business in their native language/dialect. But racism also played a role in the formation of China towns. Now that Chinese are not restricted to a concentrated location, maybe it's a good sign that Chinatown is losing its reason for being. (Maybe?)

    I read a lot of stories in the news about Honolulu's Chinatown. Primarily, stories about Chinatown's history, decline and how it might be revitalized as part of a general downtown redevelopment plan.

    Since I was on a walking tour of Honolulu's downtown, it wasn't much of a detour to check out Chinatown for myself. Frankly, I was underwhelmed.

    There are a lot of older buildings, and businesses who are attracted to lower rents. But a lot of the products and services offered here can be found in newer, fresher retail situations.

    If you want to tour Chinatown, you might as well pop into "Maunakea Marketplace"--but I wouldn't make a special trip to visit to visit this marketplace.
    Written 25 September 2022
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