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Pa’ia was the main gateway for sugar for East Maui with even a plantation railroad that functioned until about thirty years ago. Ethnic field workers settled here, living in segregated housing clusters along Baldwin Avenue. In the 1970’s and 1980’s, the town started to change because of an influx of new residents that included hippies and windsurfers. Colorful Pa’ia has a healthfood store, charming boutiques, crafts stores, Maui Hands art galleries, and good restaurants. It is also home to the Maui Country Club in Spreckelsville.

Ha’iku – If you take the Ha’iku Road off the Hana Highway, you reach the rural community of Ha’iku. Alexander & Baldwin grew their first 12 acres of sugar cane nearby, and the village once had both a sugar mill and a pineapple cannery. Now Ha’iku is the home of a mix of old-time locals, hippies-turned-farmers, business owners, and artists. Visitors come to Ha’iku to stay at the Bed and Breakfasts, view the beautiful scenery, or just enjoy one of the great cafes and restaurants

Kailua Maui Gardens - 8061 Hana Hwy. Haiku - (808)572-9726
Kolealea Retreat Center - 1120 Kaupakalua Rd. Haiku - (808)572-0085
Lani Kai Farm - Haiku - (808)572-1111 / (800) 484-2523

Hookipa Beach - off Hana Highway Paia -

Mama's Fish House - 799 Poho Place Paia - (808)579-8488
Moana Bakery & Cafe - 71 Baldwin Ave. Paia - (808)579-9999
Paia Fish Market Resturant - 100 Hana Highway Paia - (808)579-8030

Nagata Store - H&P Market and Seafood - Hana Highway Paia - (808)579-9252 (808)579-9640

Experience of Avatar - 44 Nonohe Place, Paia - (808)877-6078 / (808)283-8896
Integral Bodywork - PO Box 791665 Paia - (808)357-9335
Madhukar Thompson - P.O. Box 1082, Haiku - (808)264-1614
Melody Massage - Haiku - (808)283-5881