Tahitian Treasures

North Shore’s most exquisite Tahitian Pearls and crafts

Tahitian Treasure’s products are meticulously crafted with the skill passed down through generations, these creations are not just accessories but windows into the soul of Tahiti. Feel the pulse of the vibrant culture as you adorn yourself with these wonders—each piece a celebration of the timeless allure that sets Tahitian craftsmanship apart in the global tapestry of beauty.



55-370 Kamehameha Hwy,

Laie Hawaii 96762


Monday – Saturday

12 pm – 9 pm

Closed Sundays & Wednesdays




A handmaid poreho shell necklace from tuamotu


hand tie-dyed sarong


Tahitian Stone Bracelets

tahiti treasure necklaces

Tahitian Black Pearl

Tahitian Mother of pearl necklace with tahitian black pearl
$70 - $150

hand made handbag

Hand Bag

Chowder Bowl with shrimp and Taro bread

Fresh Choices, Fresh Flavors: Check Out Our Latest Menu Updates at Pounders!

Corn Chowder Taro Bowl

$15 without shrimp    $19 with shrimp

Come try our new Creamy corn chowder with bacon, onion and potatoes, served in a homemade taro bread bowl, topped with four pieces of fresh garlic shrimp.


Uncover the artistry behind crafting exquisite Hawaiian jewelry. Dive into the intricate process, where tradition meets creativity, shaping timeless pieces inspired by the islands’ rich culture and natural beauty.”


Jack Moimoi@LocalGuide
Read More
It was interesting to go and visit Tahitian Treasures. It is a beautiful mini stall located at the Hukilau Market and also near the Tahitian Village in the Polynesian Cultural Center. It is interesting that most of their item are brought from Tahiti and the stall at the market place has some really nice souvenirs for guest that come to PCC. If you do get the chance to talk with the owners, they are really nice.
Donna McQuade@LocalGuide
Read More
Tahitian Treasures has lovely Tahitian clothing, pareos, jewelry, bags, and souvenirs, and the proprietress enjoys chatting with her customers and explaining the origins and cultural significance of items in her shop.
Sakiusa T.@LocalGuide
Read More
The Tahitian Treasures, demonstrates what a great small idea can become if properly nurtured, developed with the right mind sight and people. I love how local knowledge is taken and developed into creative art that not only is for display but can be for monetary benefit. The sarongs and pearl rings are my personal favorite.


“Join Our Email List and Be the First to Get
Scoops on deals and Specials!”