Wailuku town is a small, quaint historic area. It is the government seat housing county, state and federal offices. Along its one block main street can be found a variety of interesting shops and eateries. A museum, a theater, churches and a banyon tree park can be found in and around Wailuku Town. It is the gateway to Iao Valley. The town is situated at 249 feet above sea level, at the base of the much eroded West Maui Volcano known to traditional Hawaiians as Maui Komohana and more recently as Mauna Kahalawai.
For more information about Wailuku Town, visit the official website at: http://www.wailukumaui.org/