International Marketplace in Waikiki: Restaurants, Parking & More
Just a four minute walk from Shoreline on Kalakaua is The International Place, one Hawaii’s most popular shopping and dining destination, with over 80 curated stores, an open-air Grand Lanai that boasts Waikiki’s largest collection of restaurants, and home to an iconic banyan tree that is more than a century old!
Opened in 2016 since its massive renovation, the 360,000 square foot Hawaiian-inspired venue hosts various complimentary events for visitors – from seasonal celebrations such as Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day and Christmas to Lei workshops and yoga classes with Free People and Fabletics.
If you’re lucky enough, you can catch a few TV shows being filmed at The International Marketplace, like Hawaii Five-0!
Be sure to swing by some of our favorite places to eat, enjoy pau hana and pick up a sweet treat in the heart of Waikiki!
Eating House 1849 – by Roy Yamaguchi
Kona Coffee Purveyors – b.Patisserie
The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina