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Ala Moana Centeris an open-air shopping center located in Honolulu’s Ala Moana neighborhood. There are manyshops and restaurants along the streets.
Ala Moana Centers a part of Honolulu an open-air shopping center a part of Honolulu’s Ala Moana neighborhood. There are many shops and restaurants along the streets. Ala Moana Corporation owns and operates the resort. The Ala Moana Center website states that it is the country’s ninth-largest shopping mall and the world’s largest open-air mall. Brookfield Retail Group manages this property in Honolulu (Hawaii). Ala Moana is still one of the most successful shopping centers in the world. The mall’s assets were valued in January 2018 at $5.74Billion, making it the United States’ most valuable retail center. The shopping center’s major tenants include Marshall’s and Bloomingdale’s as well as Macy’s and Ross Dress for Less. It is located in central New York City. Ala Moana Center is a unique place in Honolulu where you can spend money or purchase souvenirs. The mall is located two miles southwest of Waikiki Beach, and features an extensive selection of high-end shops such as Island Magnets and Ayana Quilts. It is possible to visit all 350 restaurants and stores in one hour, or take your time exploring them all. Although some tourists are unhappy with the Ala Moana Center’s high prices, others love their purchases. The on-site dining options are highly praised, especially the Japanese Village food court located on the first floor. They also praise the importance of the afternoon Hula Show. There are many ways to get there. There are two options: park your car on the site and drive it, or you can take the Waikiki Trolley Pink Line or one of the many bus routes in the area. The facility provides a range of services including free Wi-Fi and the Art Walk. There are also bathrooms, a post office, and information centers. Monday through Saturday, from 1:20 to 1:20 pm on the mall’s Centerstage. Hawaiian musical performances are held daily between 5-6 p.m. at the Ewe Wing. Both the Hula demonstrations as well as Hawaiian musical performances are free of charge. The Ala Moana Centre is open Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-9:30 pm. Sundays are closed. To plan your shopping trip, visit the official resort website before you arrive.