Spend the day in Lahaina

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by kimca on February 22, 2001

Lahaina's name means "Merciless Sun" due to the fact that it can be raining on other parts of the island but the sun will still be shining in Lahaina!

What once was an old whaling town is now a popular spot to spend the day. Visitors come to browse its shops, art galleries, resturants and walk along the ocean front sidewalk.

If you are interested in historical sights, start at the Baldwin House and they will give you a map of other historical sights.

Make sure to stop by and check out Lahainas Banyan tree, planted in 1873 by the sherrif of Maui. Artists and merchants set up their goods underneath it.

If you are looking for nightlife, Lahaina is the place to go. This is where you will find Maui's most upbeat pubs and bars like Moose McGillycuddy's, Longhi's and Maui Brews. Cheeseburger in Paradise also has nightly entertainment.


Maui, Hawaii


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