shopping in Maui


Our vacation rentals and resorts offer easy access to some of the best shopping on the Island of Maui. You will find amazing souvenirs, clothing, art, and even outdoor gear – because no vacation is complete without some special token to take home!

On the Island of Maui, you will find a great selection of boutiques, local shops, and malls. Get your fix of retail therapy while strolling through Wailuku, Paia, Lahaina or Makawao – filled with charming shops. Or check out the Maui Swap Meet, featuring vendors from all over the island selling local goods and treats!

Art galleries like Maui Hands Gallery bring the vibrant Hawaiian culture into your home with beautifully crafted pieces in a variety of mediums.

Check out our list below for local shopping recommendations.


Kahului is where you’ll find most of the island’s big box stores like Target and Costco. There are also two major shopping centers:

    Queen Kaahumanu Center is a large mall with over 100 stores including department stores Macy’s and Sears, boutiques, national names like Forever 21, Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, a movie theater and a food court.

    Monday – Saturday 9:30am – 9:00pm
    Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm

    275 West Ka’ahumanu Ave
    Kahului, HI 96732
    The Maui Mall is a popular spot for residents, not just tourists, to do their shopping. This is where you’ll find Whole Foods and TJ Maxx. There is also a Megaplex and several restaurants.

    Monday – Friday 7:00am – 9:00pm
    Saturday – Sunday 7:00am – 9:00pm

    70 East Kaahumanu Ave
    Kahului, Maui, HI 96732
    Moving south, The Shops at Wailea is an upscale, luxury, shopping center with about 70 shops and restaurants, including high-end brands like Tiffany, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, as well as boutiques and art galleries.

    Saturday – Sunday 9:30pm – 9:00pm

    3750 Wailea Alanui Drive
    Wailea, HI 96753
    Whalers Village, is centrally located in Kaanapali among the major resort hotels. Whalers Village has a diverse selection of shops including luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Oakley, Lululemon and Tori Richard, national brands like Sephora and Billabong, and more locally geared shops like Mahina and Surf People. There are also several restaurants and a children’s play area.

    Saturday – Sunday 9:30pm – 10:00pm

    2435 Kaanapali Parkway
    Lahaina, HI 96761


Maui has several neighborhoods with charming downtown areas fit for leisurely strolls, taking in the scenery and discovering unique shops and restaurants. This is where you’ll find the best local art galleries, clothing stores, jewelry shops and souvenirs:

    Makawao Town is an old cowboy town with lots of fashionable clothing and gift boutiques. Some favorites include Tribe Maui – a women’s clothing and housewares boutique that exudes beachy cool and Maui sophistication, Droplets – adorable children’s store that is half carefully curated consignment and half new products, Homme by Nature – a trendy men’s clothing boutique, and Maui Hands Makawao – the largest of its four locations with original art from Hawaii artists.
  • PAIA
    Paia, originally formed to serve the needs of local sugar mill plantation workers, is now perhaps Maui’s coolest little town. You’ll find lots of unique and local shops here including Alice in Hulaland – a gift shop that is kind of an institution, Mana Foods – a well-stocked grocery store and favorite spot for locals for natural and local health products, Pearl – a home goods and clothing store with beautiful textiles and a focus on supporting local artists, small businesses and fair trade.
    Wailuku is the home of many local businesses on Maui. Upon first glance it might appear a bit sleepier than some of the other towns mentioned, but it has a rich history with plenty of hidden shopping gems to discover. Some places to check out include Maui Thing – a women’s and children’s clothing store with a passion for supporting local Maui businesses, and C.U.T. Market – a thrift shop with an impressive selection of vintage Levi’s and other denim.