Maui County Celebrates Relationships with the World
through the Sister City Organization.
The Sister Cities program was initiated by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. Maui County is one of nearly 2,500 communities in 126 countries involved in Sister Cities International, and has been coordinating student, educational, cultural and economic development exchange programs since 1964.
We have done our best to find the official tourism sites for these cities. The dates by the country below indicated the time Maui County adopted a resolution making the city a Maui Sister City. For more information on how to become involved, please call 808-873-8246. Bringing the World to Maui. Bringing Maui to the World.
Introducing - our Maui County Sisiter Cities.
(March 2, 2001)
Funchal, Madeira (June 21, 1985) http://www.madeira-island.com/
Sao Miguel, The Azores Islands (July 7, 1980) www.travel-images.com/raa.html
Embo Beach, Dornoch (April 20, 1990)
http://www.visitdornoch.com/ and www.embo.org.uk
Madrid (July 18, 1969) www.gomadrid.com
The Pacific Islands
The Territory of American Samoa (March 7, 1986)
Municipality of Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands (June3, 2005)
http://www.tourism.gov.ph/ and http://www.lpp.gov.ph/
Bacarra, Ilocos Norte Province (November 20, 1970)
Cabugao, Ilocos Sur Province (June 3, 2005)
Manila (September 16, 1994)
Puerto Princesa, Palawan (March 5, 1999)
Quezon City (February 20, 1970) www.answers.com/topic/quezon-city
San Nicholas, Ilocos Sur Province (October 31, 2006)
Santa & San Juan, Ilocos Sur Province (December 6, 1991)
Sarrat, Ilocos Norte Province (June 3, 2005)
Zambales Province (June 21, 1968) http://www.zambales.gov.ph/
Miyakojima City, Miyako Island, Okinawa (formerly Hirara City)
Hachijojima, Hachijo Islands www.answers.com/topic/hachijo-shima
MEET OUR NEWEST SISTER CITY: The Rose City of Fukuyama
People's Republic of China: www.cnto.org/aboutchina.asp
Sanya Province, Hainan Province (October 16, 1998)
Republic of China www.taiwan.net.tw/lan/cht/index/index.asp
Pingtung, Taiwan (March 5, 1982)
Arequipa (September 16, 1994)
Rapa Nui (Easter Island) (May 5, 1998)