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De beste dingen om te doen in Maui

Ontdek de stad zoals de locals deze zien. Vind de leukste dingen om te doen en plekken om te eten, en krijg waardevol advies van de mensen die hier wonen.

Visrestaurant
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“Really, really pricey but it has truly amazing food and service and the atmosphere is as old Hawaii as you can get these days.”
Door 115 locals aangeraden
National Park
“Visit Maui's own dormant Volcano! Reserve a spot for sunrise, or pack up a picnic for the sunset and watch the stars come out in full force. Either way, you won't want to miss the view from the 10,023' elevation. ”
Door 101 locals aangeraden
Amerikaans restaurant
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“Great seafood at reasonable prices in a simple and unpretentious atmosphere. ”
Door 64 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
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“Upscale shopping center nestled among all of the high-end resorts in Wailea. There are several good dining options in the area as well”
Door 79 locals aangeraden
Nieuw Amerikaans restaurant
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“Great spot for happy hour and thin crust pizza or a sit down dinner. Locally sourced food, Lots of local beers on tap, great diverse menu and even better dessert! Try the chocolate pie :-p”
Door 79 locals aangeraden
Aquarium
“A wonderful showcase of Maui's local aquaculture and a close encounter with our visiting Humpback Whales!”
Door 49 locals aangeraden
Warehouse Store
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“While we try to support the local shops something have to be bought at Costco. It is recommended that you make a list of things you need and stop at Costco before you leave Kahului in route to South Kihei. Remember we supply beach equipment, snorkel gear and most of the things you need for a fantastic holiday on Maui. You will want sunscreen, food and drinks. ”
Door 65 locals aangeraden
General Entertainment
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“This is the oldest and best luau on Maui. You will want to make reservations WAY in advance. It is truly cultural and a sight to see. You will not be disappointed and you might learn something you did not know about Hawaiian culture in the process. www.oldlahainaluau.com”
Door 47 locals aangeraden
Café
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“This is a little bit of drive, maybe 10 minutes depending on traffic, but if you’re looking to overindulge for breakfast, you’ve found the right place. Macadamia pancakes with coconut syrup are a specialty, but be hungry. A few pointers as this place gets very busy and you should expect to wait. First, there is some seating on first come first served basis, but do not sit until after you’ve ordered – seating is tough so we do take out sometimes. Second, it used to be cash only, and I don’t know if that’s changed, so be prepared. Finally, while you’re waiting in line be aware of the chickens which frequent the outside of the restaurant. That said, this is a Kihei institution and you should give it a shot.”
Door 59 locals aangeraden
Nieuw Amerikaans restaurant
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“Amazing ocean front restaurant, great sunsets, great value if eating during happy hours (regular menu can be $$$$)”
Door 41 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
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“Famous for their mango salsa topped fish tacos and taco mountains. Their coleslaw has a delicious twist (horseradish?) and the atmosphere is fun with surfboard shaped tables and big screen tv's playing surf videos. Their customer service is world class. Not to miss.”
Door 52 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
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“Self-service with shared picnic table seating- gets very crowded Amazing fish burgers, fish & chips, fish tacos, seafood pasta...everything is delicious! Park behind Charleys in pay parking lot.”
Door 52 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
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“Great happy hour, drinks and apps! Need to watch a game, this is the place!”
Door 51 locals aangeraden
Concert Hall
“Maui's only large concert/show venue is only about a mile and half away. Check website for schedule. ”
Door 58 locals aangeraden
Park
“The most sacred place on Maui. Come here to learn about the Hawaiian history of Iao Valley, take a short hike to view the famous Iao "needle," or a longer hike into the valley. You can take a dip in the stream, picnic in the picnic area boasting pavilions and several little structures and gardens created to resemble the styles of various cultures of the early settlers here. This is a very special place! If you do not have a Hawaiian ID, there is a $5/car fee to park. You do not need to dedicate a whole day here, but we highly suggest not missing it. Schedule an hour one morning to check it out before continuing on with your day. :)”
Door 47 locals aangeraden
Beach
“While we love the close proximity to Charles Young beach, there are two other great beaches in walking distance from our unit. Of the three, we really enjoy Kam III for its soft sand and swimmer-friendly waters. It's also the largest of the Kihei beaches and is nearby lots of great shops and restaurants.”
Door 21 locals aangeraden