The name sounds very inviting, doesn't it. This place is not worth the trouble to find. Very little to see and nothing worth buying. Go have a gelato somewhere instead.
Beware of cruise ship Wednesday as prices increase. Shop around to find best price as we noticed there was a significant difference on different days. We mainly shopped for fruit and veggies and some vendors were great and would throw in a couple different items to try. We were here for a month and loved stopping by daily to purchase... 更多
We had visited three years ago and was full of shops and great deals. This time disappointed in the number of shops, nice items in the stores remaining, but not much variety.
This market used to be humming and busy a few years ago, but it is sad to see the change over the years: most stalls are empty. It seems to reflect the economic struggles that are faced by the merchants. The only places that remain open is a food court( one outlet was open), a store with beach wear, another... 更多
Somebody put a lot of effort into the infrastructure, but its a pathetic event. The only upside is there is a guy that does the most amazing carving there. If you want Hawaiian carvings (not crap but real craftsman ship) its worth the stop.
The international market facilities are great and this place looks like it should be terrific but there simply are not enough stores or stalls here anymore. We really enjoyed the wood carving store and would come just for that. The food court has two actually really good places to eat. The Mexican place, Mercado de Rincon was simply fantastic. You... 更多
My wife was here in 2007 and recalled it was full of stalls selling all sorts of crafts and trinkets for the cruise ship clientele. fast forward to 2015 & we are here for a week at Kona, and the Mrs. implores me to drive her to the Kona market. We got there at the end of the day in... 更多