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Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Honolulu

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Sift through thousands of funky trinkets and eclectic collectables at Aloha Stadium Swap Meet. Located a short drive from famous Waikiki Beach, this stadium market features over 400 vendors, making it the largest open-air market in Hawaii. Score a bargain price on beach sarongs and local handmade jewelry or peruse the Hawaiian food stands to get a taste of local island flavor. Add Aloha Stadium Swap Meet to your Honolulu travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Honolulu trip builder.
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Most of Honolulu's luxury hotels and oceanfront condos are located in Waikiki, the city's most popular neighborhood. Staying in this area keeps you within walking distance of one of the world's finest beaches, but it also means paying a bundle for your room and board. To avoid high rates and big crowds, consider the budget hotels outside Waikiki's busiest areas. Smaller hotels just a short drive from the city's beaches offer comfortable rooms and good food at a fraction of the price of their Waikiki equivalents.
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  • The entrance fee per person was only $1 and there was ample parking. The stalls offered everything from t-shirts to hand-crafted items and specialty clothing such has Hawaiian shirts and sarongs. Ther...  more »
  • This market is quite a distance from Waikiki Beach, a 45 minute bus ride. The bus is only $2.50 each way, but if you are pressed for time, spend the money for an Uber, Lyft or taxi ride. What bargains...  more »
  • We went here not sure what to expect or if we would even get out the car. I will say this is the best souvenir shopping on the island. It costs $1 per adult and it is huge! The one main isle has mostl...  more »
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  • The are usually 4 rings to this marketplace. The outermost ring usually sells cheap t-shirts, Hawaiian souvenirs of all kinds, and dried food. The second ring has toys, technology, phone accessories, and as of July 2017, Fidget Spinners! The third ring has a lot of food items to include some grocery like a farmer's market and military gears. The most inner ring is like a garage sale with people selling their old stuffs. This is only the general positioning but of course there will be different stands throughout the rings. The entry is $1 per person. Bring some snacks and water or eat before going because there will only be very expensive concession stands available. They also have shaved ice and fresh coconut throughout the rings. The day will be hot so bring sun screen or umbrella or go super early in the morning. Tourist advice: Don't plan your day there for more than 3 hours. You will feel like a waste of time. But do go there and check out the swap meet.
  • Always love coming here. They always have everything I need and more. A must for everyone to visit! I highly recommend it
  • A MUST stop if you are looking for great prices on trinkets from the islands during your visit. If you find it in the gift shops you will mostly find it here and it will cost less. T-shirts, carry bags, jewelry, carvings, decals, and more. Food vendors as well as souvenirs. Fresh fruit, shave ice, fresh coconuts, pineapple bread - YUM - delicious and moisture - look for it you can buy 1/2 or whole loaves, local jams, etc.... Wear good walking shoes and bring some water. Fun afternoon for a $1.
  • Best place to buy 100% Kona coffee. Been returning to Aloha stadium for my hot lava and Kona sunset coffee for six years. Best deal I have found on the island.
  • Stopped by the swap meet during out week long visit to Oahu. There were some of the best tasting fruit and food here. Local vendors sell many original items made in Hawaii.