Shopping

Shopping

There are a lot of shopping options on Maui and each area tends to have it's own style. From the boutique shops of Paia to the higher end stores in the Shops at Wailea, you're sure to find exactly what you are looking for and probably more!

Kihei Shopping

There are a lot shopping options along South Kihei Road. Several shopping centers like the Kalama Village, Azeka Shopping Center and Kihei Town Center have plenty of shops to find souveniers, clothing, beach item, snorkel rentals and more.

The main grocery options here are Safeway, Foodland and Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods. There is also a couple of ABC stores that have groceries, clothing, souveniers and beer and wine.
The Shops at Wailea

A great outdoor mall with some high end shops from Tiffany & Co. to Prada and Louis Vitton along with some good beach wear stores such as Honolua Surf Co., Ripcurl and Billabong. There's also everal good dining options such as Longhi's and Ruth Chris Steakhouse. For more info: The Shops at Wailea

Lahaina Shopping

Front street in Lahaina is a great place to take a walk along the waterfront and visit a large variety of shops. There are some high end shops, beautiful art galleries, ice cream and candy shops, souvenier stores and lots of dining options.

The Lahaina Cannery Mall is on the north end of Lahaina and has several clothing and boutique stores along with an ABC Store, Longs Drug Store and a Safeway grocery store. For more info: Lahaina Cannery Mall

Costco

Not far from the Kahalui airport, a great place to stock up with food items, sunscreen and more. It's a very popular place to shop for locals and visitors, so it will be busy all the time. Also, if you rented a car and need to fill it up before dropping it off at the rental center, you'll find some of the lowest gas prices on the island here, just remember their gas station closes at 9:30pm during the week and 8:00pm Saturday and 7:30pm on Sundays.

Paia Shopping

Paia is a laid back, bohemian style of town that has some great local shops that generally sell locally made products. To go along with these one of a kind shops are some great restaurants and cafes. Parking is tough here and there's a parking lot on the right just as you enter Paia. If that lot is full, you can drive around and find some street parking.