Must see shopping in Kohala & Waimea

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    L Zeidman Gallery

    The exquisitely crafted, museum-quality wood bowls made by the owner are mesmerizing en masse. They don't come cheap; many exhibits sell for four digits.

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    Puako General Store

    This general store sells groceries and has traditionally been a spot for locals to hang and gossip. It's been purchased by Blue Wilderness, a Kohala dive…

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    Hawaii Cigar & Ukulele

    The ukulele as a work of art? Definitely, as proved by the fascinating collection at this store, which claims to be the only cigar and ukulele shop in the…

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    As Hawi Turns

    Forgive that groan-worthy name and focus instead on the range of breezy, bohemian clothes, locally designed jewelry and crafts, handmade ukuleles, and…

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    Gallery of Great Things

    This unpretentious gallery is crammed with antiques, high-quality art and collectibles from Hawaii, Polynesia and Asia. Among the Hawaiian crafts for sale…

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    Wishard Gallery

    Apart from Harry Wishard's own work – imaginative landscapes that pop up in houses and restaurants around the island – this gallery also contains a slew…

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    Shops at Mauna Lani

    This outdoor mall contains many of the stores, businesses and restaurants that form the backbone of mainland-style amenities and entertainment options in…

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    Queens' MarketPlace

    Landscaped shopping arcade in the heart of the resort. There's a luxury cinema on site (matinee/regular admission $14.50/16.50).

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    This jewelry and gift shop carries an eclectic collection of locally made finery.

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    Waimea General Store

    Shoppers, browsers and homemakers will enjoy the eclectic mix of kitsch, kook and Hawaiiana, from Le Creuset and Japanese tableware to fancy toiletries…

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    Parker Square

    This shopping center aims for discriminating, upscale gift buyers with shops like the Gallery of Great Things.

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    Waikoloa Highlands Shopping Center

    The local shopping center for the folks who work in the shopping centers at the resorts (or, y'know, just work at the resorts). No stores carry anything…

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    Waimea Center

    Has groceries and basics, plus restaurants and fast food.