* Mauna Kahalawai - West Maui Mountains (the gathering of waters).
* Mauna Leo- left valley as one faces '?ao.
1 Mauna Kane- right valley as one faces '?ao.
2 Kapilau- left ridge as one enters '?ao Valley.
3 Kaho'olewa - right ridge as one enters '?ao Valley.
Ahupua'a (land division that runs mauka to makai)
4 Maniania - 'ili where The Hawai'i Nature Center is located.
5 Pohakuokauhi- One of Wailuku's largest 'ili that starts near the beginning of the Kama 'auwai and encompasses the Bailey House Museum and Ka'ahumanu Church area. Kauhiakama was the son of Kamalalawalu and Kapukini, and ali'i of Maui after his father Kamalalawalu.
6 'Umi'eu, Puako, Keahupi'o and Waikani - lie within what we today call "Happy Valley"
* Hala'ula - 'ili that encompasses Market and Vineyard streets areas.
* Koloa - 'ili where Wailuku Elementary School is situated.
7 'Owa - 'ili where Sand Hills, Baldwin High School, Maui Arts & Cultural Center and Maui Community College are situated.
8 Kalua - 'ili where Kaiser clinics, The Maui News, Maui Memorial Medical Center, Queen Ka'ahumanu Center, Maui Mall, etc., are situated.
* Ahuakokole - Lower Main Street, where the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center is situated.
* Nehe - 'ili where Sack 'N Save is located.
* Paukukalo - 'ili where Hawaiian Homes, Pihana and Haleki'i heiau are located. Means chunks of kalo, referring to the small size of lo'i kalo that once were cultivated in that 'ili.
Na wahi pana (sacred sites)
* Nanahoa, Kukaemoku - '?ao needle.
* Pihana and Haleki'i heiau - located in the 'ili of Pauk?kalo.
'Auwai (traditional irrigation ditches)
9 Kama 'auwai- Famous 'auwai on the south side of '?ao Stream which began in the 'ili of Pohakuokauhi. Used to flood numerous cultivated lo'i on south side of 'Iao Stream. Named after famous Maui ruling chief Kamalalawalu. Once ran behind the Bailey House Museum. Taken over by the plantation and given the name Mission Ditch.
10 Kalani 'auwai- Famous 'auwai on the north side of 'Iao Stream which began in the 'ili Ka'ohe. Used to flood numerous cultivated lo'i on the north side of 'Iao Stream toward Wai'ehu. Named after famous Maui ruling chief Kalanikaumakaowakea (son of Kauhiakama)
Source: Hokuao Pellegrino