Ah, Kihei. Truly, the sunniest part of the island, to the point where some say that bad weather is simply a legend for the modern citizens of Kihei. Of course, the place knows a lot about ancient history, as Kihei was once the site of some certainly awe-inspiring moments in Hawaiian myth, specifically a great battle between two cloud warriors that ended in peace, prosperity, and Kihei’s creation. Nowadays, Kihei is more well-known for the staggering number of beaches, and just how impressive they are. When Hawaiian royalty decided to take some time off, this is where they came, and it’s not hard to see why. Not only do the magnificent views survey several other Hawaiian islands, but the water is crystal-clear and perfect for snorkeling – although staying on shore can be just as pleasant an experience. It’s not just the beaches either. In addition to a top-tier golf scene (at the renowned Maui Nui and Wailea Blue courses) and exciting nightlife, Kihei has many wonderful condominiums, both vacation-rentable (most notably, the famous Maui Banyan, Sugar Beach Resort, Ma’alea Surf, Mana Kai, Hale Pau Hana, and Royal Mauian condos) and otherwise (Kihei Shores, Hokulani Golf Villas, Hale Kanani, the brand new Paradise Ridge Estates, and the luxurious, oceanfront Maui Beach Place come to mind). Of course, it wouldn’t be Kihei without the peaceful, memorable neighborhoods, such as Maui Meadows, Kilohana Ridge, Keonekai Heights, and Kaimanu Estates – all of which have earned their reputation as simply wonderful places to live. Truly, the sun shines bright on Kihei, in more ways than one.
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