Waikiki Magazine - - ISHOP - By Brittany Atibur­cio

In a crunch for time on your va­ca­tion, and you still need to pick up Hawai‘i gifts for the peo­ple back home? Head to the In­ter­na­tional Mar­ket Place, where you can find enough va­ri­ety for ev­ery­one on your list as well as an ac­tiv­ity or show for the whole fam­ily to en­joy. Lo­cated in the heart of Waikiki, on land that used to hold King Kame­hameha IV’s sum­mer home, this bazaar of sorts is where you can ful­fill all your shop­ping needs. With a mul­ti­tude of kiosks, stores, ac­tiv­i­ties and food ven­dors, you are sure to find some­thing for ev­ery­one. You can shop for those Hawai‘i sou­venirs you promised to get, while the kids play in the Ham­ster Ball Ride (set in a 30-by-30-foot pool). If you are not much of a shop­per, walk around the mar­ket­place to feel the en­er­getic at­mos­phere, see the banyan tree that once held Don the Beach­comber’s (founder of the In­ter­na­tional Mar­ket Place) tree house, grab a bite to eat and en­joy the nightly en­ter­tain­ment shows. Open daily from 10 a.m. to

9 p.m.

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