Introduction to Kahului, Hawaii
Kahului, Hawaii, in Maui county, is 94 miles E of Honolulu, Hawaii. There are 20,146 residents in the town.
Kahului is located in Maui County, which was established in 1905. It is a census - designated place. The name of the area means "the winning". Kahului was founded in the 1850s. Henry Baldwin and Samuel Alexander built an irrigation ditch in 1876 for their sugar plantation. Presently, it is called the shopping capital of Maui as there are several malls and stores in Kahului.
Kahului and nearby Attractions
- Kahului Beach
- Kaahumanu Shopping Center
- Maui Zoological and Botanical Gardens
- Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary
- Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum
- Maui Arts and Cultural Center
Things To Do In Kahului
At Kahului you can visit the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum, Hanauma Bay Nature Park, Waianapanapa State Park Cabins, Kanaha Beach County Park, and Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Visitors can enjoy shopping at the Maui Mall Shopping Center, Kahului Shopping Center, and Kaahumanu Shopping Center. The Kahului Park, Kanaha Pond Waterfowl Refuge, Kamalii Park, Baldwin Park, and Pompaiki Park are also worth visiting.
Kahului Airport is the local airport.
Kahului Higher Education
Maui Community College is located in Kahului. Kapiolani Community College, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu Community College, and various other colleges and universities also offer facilities for higher education.