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We were staying nearby and decided to pop into the Hukilau Marketpalce to stroll around as it looked quite lovely from the street. It is very touristy (which is fine), comprised of mainly food vendors (ice cream, pastries, food trucks, a couple restaurants), some kiosk...More
This place has such a great variety of food to choose from, it was amazing! This place is located in the Polynesian Cultural Centre but you don’t actually have to buy admission to the centre to visit Hukilau Marketplace and eat there. Great shops here...More
I was happy to find that there is no entrance fee to visit the shops and food trucks at the Hukilau Marketplace at the Polynesian Cultural Center. There is a lot to do and see for free. And the food selection is amazing.
There was a variety of shops and places to eat here. We enjoyed looking at all the items. Be sure to visit the Ukulele Experience and see how they are made. The welcome center had some interesting art work. The vendors were friendly, but not...More
Hukilau Marketplace has everything a tourist would want in a Hawaiian market place- delicious local treats, beautiful trinkets big and small, PCC or Hawaiian clothes to remember your trip, restaurant for lunch with delicious local cuisine..it's a great vibe and a great pre-visit before you...More
I was on the hunt for pins, we decided to check out the Hukilau Marketplace and I wasn't disappointed. I found tons of pins for $2-$5 not overpriced like I thought it would be! This was great stop for souvenirs! Everything was pretty well priced!...More
If you visit the Polynesian Cultural Centre, you shouldn't miss the Hukilau Marketplace. It has a host of interestng products from all over the Pacific. By the way , 'polynesia' means 'many islands,' and they are all different.
Some have suggested eat lunch out here before entering PCC as you will not eat at Luau or buffet till about 5:30. I ate at Pounders and found a new favorite dish - ahi katsu with garlic mash ulu (breadfruit) So ono!