Koloa Jodo Mission
Serving the local Japanese community for more than a century, this sect of Buddhism practices a form of chanting meditation. The temple...
Sugar Monument (Old Mill)
The sugar industry, once Hawaii’s largest, began here in 1835. This memorial stands on the site of the first mill. There’s little left...
Koloa Farmers Market
Vendors sell mostly flowers and produce, including exotic fruit – try drinking the milk from a whole coconut. Bring small bills and...
Tree Tunnel information
If driving from Lihu'e, take Maluhia Rd (Hwy 520) to navigate under the fairy-tale Tree Tunnel, a mile-long canopy of towering swamp mahogany trees (a type of eucalyptus). Pineapple baron Walter McBryde planted the trees as a community project in 1911, when he had leftover trees after landscaping his estate at Kukuiolono.