Living in Wailuku
Not far from Wailuku one can enjoy a multitude of world class theater events performed at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC). The MACC differentiates Maui from other neighbor islands such as Kauai and Hawaii (the Big Island) because it offers entertaining alternatives that incorporate local Hawaiian performances as wells as ballet, operatic, circus, orchestra, and many other superlative performances. Wailuku is home to the Old Iao Theater which showcases various dramatic and comedic performances.
In 2006, a public bus system was implemented and conveniently makes a loop around Wailuku and transports passengers to other parts of the island.
With diversity, culture, choices in education, medical care, and transportation, Wailuku is a prime living choice however; its pearl can truly be discovered at Iao Valley State Park. Rising 2,250 feet, the Iao Needle is a magnificent sight that highlights the entire experience of living in Wailuku.