Most residents live centrally, near the island’s one and only true town, Kaunakakai. It’s just about the only place on the island to get food and supplies—it is Molokai. Go into the shops along and around Ala Malama Street. Buy stuff. Talk with people. Take your time, and you’ll really enjoy being a visitor. Also in this area, on the north side, is Coffees of Hawaii, a 500-acre coffee plantation, and the Kalaupapa National Historical Park, one of the island’s most notable sights.
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