KCC Farmers Market – A Visual Essay

I guess most of you know did your research and found out that there are a lot of different Farmers Market in Oahu Island but KCC Farmers Market remains the most popular ones especially for tourists. I’ve been to a couple of Farmers market in Hawaii and nothing beats the crowd and vibe KCC have on a Saturday morning.

It’s strategically located in the foothills of the Diamond Head crater, so when you visit the place you can do two things at the same time. Some people climb the Diamond Head crater first very early in the morning then grab some food at KCC but we did the opposite because I had read in different forums that there is a huge influx of tourists on the wee hours of the morning to avoid the sweltering heat of the sun. Having said that if you chose that option your hike time is increased as there are more people using the tight stairways and walkways, not good for picture taking 🙂


In KCC, most if not all of what’s sold are food, though we did not try them all we tried the ones that I heard were good (from reviews) as well as those ones with large queues. Some of what we tried are the ever popular The Pig and the Lady, the Fried Green Tomatoes(due to its long queue), the Grilled Abalone (this is because abalones are expensive in New Zealand) and Takoyaki (my favourite Japanese Dish) to name some. I won’t review them at this post but I am sharing you a Visual Essay of what to expect at this Saturday market.

All I can say before you head on to the pictures is that this place is quite expensive because it’s a tourist spot but some food items there were amazing you won’t even bother. So if you are planning to visit Honolulu sometime in the future Zuji Australia, Webjet Australia and Webjet New Zealand have good deals you don’t want to miss.

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KCC Farmers Market
Address: Kapiolani Community College, Kapi’olani Community College, 4303 Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, HI 96816, United States
Phone: +1 808-260-4440
Website: http://hfbf.org/

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5 Responses

  1. I just adore Farmers’ Markets. And these are all such great photos!

  2. kiwidutch says:

    Farmers markets are amazing where ever they are, this one looks brilliant, a ton of variety so something to suit everyone.

  3. Everything looks so tasty! I love going to farmers markets here in LA and never regret it. Interesting to see other markets, thanks for sharing! 🙂

  4. suituapui says:

    Went to one in Auckland, so very nice! Loved it a lot!!! They say it’s a French one, at Parnell… Enjoyed myself there, interesting.
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2012/12/29/the-market/

  5. mjskitchen says:

    What fun!!! Wish we had Farmers’ Markets like this where I live!

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