Sun Yat-sen Park
St John’s Episcopal Church
Built c 1907, this local landmark still bears its name in Chinese characters.
Kwock Hing Society
This colorful two-story building (1907) was originally built to provide services to immigrant Chinese workers. Now on the National...
Join these folks for two-hour horseback rides across ranch land in the cool Upcountry bordering Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area....
Grandma’s Coffee House
Worthy of a Norman Rockwell painting, this charming island landmark with its creaking screen door and carved wooden tables grows its own...
Sun Yat-sen Park information
For a time Sun Yat-sen, father of the Chinese nationalist movement, lived in Keokea. He’s honored at Sun Yat-sen Park, found along the Kula Hwy (Hwy 37), 1.7 miles beyond Grandma’s Coffee House. The park has picnic tables and is a great place to soak up the broad vistas that stretch clear across to West Maui.