In 1949, Walter Dillingham's son Lowell started developing his idea of building the largest shopping center in the world on fifty acres of land across the street from Ala Moana Park. Ten years later, in 1959 the two story Ala Moana Shopping center opened. The shopping mall cost $25 million to build and when it opened it had 87 stores and 4000 parking spaces, making it the largest shopping center in the world. The center was extensively renovated in the 1990's and it is being renovated again in 2007 and 2008.
Ala Moana Center was created in 1959.
Sadly there's no Zara in Hawai'i. However, I believe, that in 2014 or 2015 one will open in Ala Moana Shopping Center.
Ala Moana Hotel was created in 1970.
The Ala Moana mall, across the street from the Ala Moana Park. Great outdoor mall.
It depends what takes your liking. If it is the history of the island- Pearl Harbor is a must see in terms of American History. Honolulu Zoo is a great see with a variety of animals, Sunset beach is a must see for keen surfers and if shopping takes your fancy then the Ala Moana shopping center is an open air world class shoppers delight. Very good answer. Would add in the Iolani Palace, and the US Army Museum of the Pacific at Ft. DeRussy in Waikiki. A short drive up the Pali Highway is Queen Emma's Summer Palace (small, but worth the visit) and a stop at the Pali overlook- breathtaking view of Kaneohe and the Pacific. For shopping, besides Ala Moana, stop by the Aloha Tower.
it closes at 7pm
Kalia Road Ala Moana Boulevard Ala Wai Boulevard Kalakaua Avenue
Kahala Mall Fun Factory and Ala Moana Jungle Fun.
I am trying to sell one of my Prada purses and would like the retail value. Looking at the authenticity of the card i will give you the details. ART: BR2554 MATERIALE: MINI POCKET CHA COLORE: NERO 2. It was purchashed in Oahu, Hawaii at the Prada Ala Moana Shopping Center. Thanks for your help! Sincerely, Natalie
They used to be in Neiman Marcus in Ala Moana Now we are online at our e/tique www.polyascko2.com; by appointment at our SOHO (866.936.9229); or limited styles at Linea in Ward Center Honolulu. Aloha!
There are several places, but the most concentrated seem to focus around Ala Moana and Ala Wai boulevards located along the western coast of the island.