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Destination Guide Maui - Your Destination Guide to Maui, HI

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© Bret Robertson

Maui has an abundance of shopping opportunities . Rural craft stands peak out from windy roadsides, while charming small-town boutiques tempt you with their island attire. Upscale resort areas feature designer names your credit card will cringe to hear. With thousands of compelling shops and boutiques, you might have to shift from sun-worshipper to shop-a-holic.

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Kaupo Store
  • Kaupo Store
  • Situated near mile marker 35 on the back road to Hana (Pi'ilani Highway - Highway 31), the Kaupo Store is the only place to grab a snack or drink and stretch your legs on the long drive around the leeward side of Haleakala.
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Lahaina Cannery Mall
  • Lahaina Cannery Mall
  • Located in the beautiful city of Lahaina, the Cannery Mall boasts a variety of boutique stores, retail chains and an international food court with an array of food choices.
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Lahaina Town
  • Lahaina Town
  • A tourist destination since the 1800s, whalers would visit Lahaina Town for rest and recuperation after long voyages in the North Pacific. Today, downtown Lahaina bursts with boutiques, art galleries and restaurants—a wonderful place to spend a relaxing day away from the beach.
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  • Makawao
  • Set on the slopes of Haleakala volcano, Makawao is a true paniolo (cowboy) town located in upcountry Maui. Originally settled by ranchers, this small town still retains its western charm.
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Maui Swap Meet
  • Maui Swap Meet
  • In the ways of art, Maui has a plethora of events, galleries, and creators that call the island home. But don't forget to look in a less likely place—the Maui Swap Meet.
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Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
  • Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
  • Named after King Kamehameha I's favorite and most politically influential wife, the Queen Ka'ahumanu Center is one of Maui's largest shopping centers. Located in Kahului, the center is home to restaurants, a movie theater, and stores – a few of which are unique to Hawai'i.
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Takamiya Market
  • Takamiya Market
  • Tucked away in sleepy Happy Valley, an old-time neighborhood in Wailuku, Takamiya Market lies hidden in the shade of a few gently swaying palm trees. However, don't just pass it by—your taste buds will thank you later.
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The Shops at Wailea
  • The Shops at Wailea
  • The Shops at Wailea is Maui's finest upscale shopping venue. Located in Wailea next to the world-famous Grand Wailea Resort, The Shops at Wailea is home to such luxury stores as Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and Fendi, as well as everyone's favorites from home: Gap, Guess, Billabong, and Quiksilver.
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Whaler's Village
  • Whaler's Village
  • Forgot your sunscreen? Looking for an engaging book for the beach, or a scandalous dress for a night on the town? How about some pupus (appetizers) overlooking the ocean? If you happen to find yourself soaking up the sun on Maui's west side, look no further.
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