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Kahului, a city located on the island of Maui in the US state of Hawaii, is
the largest city on the island. The city is home to the Kahului Airport,
which is the major airport on the Maui Island. Kahului is home to a
substantial shopping district and a plethora of other tourist attractions
as well. Travel junkies can travel around botanical gardens, golf courses,
county parks, and a plethora of of cultural attractions making tour to this
beautiful city pleasant and memorable.
Things to do in Kahului
Schaefer International Gallery
Though the island of Maui is more about the demonstrations of architectural
and natural magnificence, but the Schaefer International Gallery in Kahului
is an exhibition of the paintings and sculptures. The gallery puts on
exhibition the works of Pacific Rim artists are put on display to be
explored by the visitors.
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, formerly known as Maui Zoological and Botanical
Gardens, is spread in area of around 7 acres of green land. The botanical
gardens are established within a coastal dune system and the collection of
foliage is majorly focused on conserving home-grown Hawaiian plants of the
coastal areas and dry forests of Maui Nui.
Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum
Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum, located to the largest working sugar
factory in Hawaii, is an appealing storehouse of exhibits and information
about the one of the most major periods of the history of Maui. The
exhibition hall is devoted to the heritage and history of sugar industry in
Best Time to Visit Kahului
Weather-wise, the best times to book flights from Portland to Kahului are
through November till the end of March. During these months, the climate of
Kahului is apt for sightseeing. It is advised to book Kahului flights in
advance to avoid paying higher prices at the last minute.