Each number corresponds to it's placement on our walkabout map.
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Maunakea Market Place (12)
1120 Maunakea Street. May enter on either Hotel or Maunakea streets. Excellent example of new development in context with the historic district. A gathering place for Chinatown residents. Watch mah jongg players in the center courtyard, shop for souvenirs, stop in for tea at the Tea Hut or have a meal or snack at food stalls inside the main building. Walk through the open market behind the food court – crowds of people buying fresh vegetables, exotic herbs and tropical fruits, pig’s heads, chicken feet, live eel and fish.
Oahu Market (1)
Corner of King and Kekaulike streets. Founded in 1904, provides feast for the senses. Aromas of char siu (roasted posk), fresh fish and kim chee (spicy pickled cabbage) waft through the air.
Kekaulike Market (5)
Across the street from Oahu Market at Kekaulike Mall between N. King and Hotel streets. The newest market was an instant success with local shoppers. Offers fresh fish, meat, poultry, fruits and vegetables.
Chinese Cultural Plaza Open Market (20)
100 Beretania Street. Entrance is in the back of the plaza.