Forget the old International Market Place, the 1950s assemblage of tourists stores, instead behold the block-filling new edition. Opened in 2016, this three-level extravaganza managed to preserve the main feature of the old market worth saving: the huge 100-year-old banyan tree. There are large public performance spaces throughout and some excellent public art. One hour of parking is free with a purchase.
The Queen Emma Kamehameha IV statue has a sign relating her loss and renewal. Nearby is the evocative 'Celestial Pond.' One quibble, however: the retail is dominated by the same chains you'd find in any upscale American mall. Look for the rocking chairs scattered about.