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4 Things We Loved About Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina’s Moonlight Market

(Sponsored) The resort’s evening event on Saturday, March 23, from 5 to 8 p.m., featured culinary bites, craft cocktails and plenty of made-in-Hawai‘i shopping.


Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina Moonlight Market

photos: mailani souza


With its high-end resorts and remote location, Ko Olina may seem like a place purely for tourists looking for the ultimate luxurious getaway. But Moonlight Market, an event series launched last year by Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina, offers just as much for locals as it does for visitors. Here are four reasons this event is worth a trip to the West Side.


Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina Moonlight Market

Local artist Punky Aloha (@punkyaloha) showcased her colorful, vintage-inspired art prints for eventgoers.


It’s not just for tourists.

Whether you’re looking for a casual-chic girls’ night out or something different to do for your Saturday date night, the open-air event brings an elevated evening for shopping, sips and socializing under the stars.


Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina Moonlight Market

Hawaiian Wood Necklaces designed by Pi‘iali‘i Hawai‘i (@piialiihawaii).


It’s a chance to shop dozens of local artisans in one place.

The latest Moonlight Market on Saturday, March 23, featured a curated lineup of more than 30 local vendors offering jewelry, clothing, art and more. The collection included locally loved brands—such as Kris Goto, Green Tea Leaves and Red Pineapple—along with many new and upcoming ones offering authentic Hawai‘i-made items perfect for gifting or treating yourself with.


Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina Moonlight Market

La Hiki Kitchen Chef Simeon Hall cooking up bites for hungry guests.


You can indulge in bites and drinks by a lineup of Four Seasons restaurants.

Ko Olina has no shortage of local and fine-dining restaurants to enjoy, and Four Seasons is no exception. At Moonlight Market, we had the opportunity to taste cocktail and culinary samplings crafted by chefs from Mina’s Fish House, La Hiki Kitchen and Noe Italian, as well as executive pastry chef Helen Hong.


Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina Moonlight Market


Admission is free.

No, you don’t need to be a guest—Moonlight Market is a free event, with admission tickets available online before the event.


Check out our photo gallery to see more of what Four Seasons’ Moonlight Market had to offer.


Want to know when the next one’s taking place? Follow Four Seasons Resort Ko Olina on Facebook or Instagram for updates on the next upcoming Moonlight Market.


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