Sandwiched between souvenir shops and restaurants on Front Street, this ornate 1912 building once served as a fraternal and social meeting hall for Lahaina’s Chinese immigrants, brought to Hawaii to work in the sugarcane fields. Today it houses fascinating Asian artifacts, artwork, and a lovely shrine in the altar room upstairs. In the front yard stands a bust of Chinese revolutionary Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, who spent more than 7 years on Maui at the turn of the last century. Beside the temple is a rustic cookhouse where you can watch some of Thomas Edison’s first movies, filmed here in Hawaii. The footage of paniolo (cowboys) wrangling steer onto ships offshore and Honolulu circa 1898 is mesmerizing. Wo Hing hosts Lunar New Year and kite-making festivals that are catnip for kids.