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Field Guide: Dole Cannery Complex

You may think of Dole only for its history or the theaters, but there’s so much more.


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China Bazaar

The name speaks for itself; this Dole space is packed with an array of Chinese objects, such as small and large figurines, ceramic vases, colorful tea sets, carved jade dragons and ornate furniture. You’re bound to walk out with something to spruce up your living room, or offer as a unique gift. 650 Iwilei Road, Suite 109, 538-0422.

 

 

 

 

 

Don't miss.

You might have noticed upon leaving the Dole Cannery parking structure after an evening movie that you can see all of Honolulu shining back at you. The upper levels offer an amazing view of our city, so next time, before you hop in your car and drive, stop and take in the view first.
 

 

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