Park in Keokea

Sun Yat-sen Park

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...

Historic Building in Keokea

Kwock Hing Society

This colorful two-story period building (1907) was constructed to provide services to immigrant Chinese workers. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, it’s one of two such halls surviving on Maui, and...

Church in Keokea

St John’s Episcopal Church

Overlooking a gorgeous view of the coast, this local landmark (c 1907) still bears its name in Chinese characters. It hosts the annual Kula Fest in early fall.