DescriptionLocated northwest of Pearl Harbor, Waipahu was the site of the giant O‘ahu Sugar Company Mill, the largest sugar processor on the island. Built in 1898, the mill operated until 1995. All that remains is the 170-foot high smokestack, a laboratory and the generator building. The sugar industry, once king in Hawai‘i, has all but disappeared.
ShoppingWaikele Premium Outlets, off H-1 exit 7, offers discount shopping in 50 outlets such as Barneys New York and Coach.
Things to SeeHawai‘i’s Plantation Village