Hawaii's multi-cultural background lends itself to the sugar cane industry. The Ewa Villages carry a reminder to the agricultural history of Oahu.
Valle de los Ingenios, a large valley that was once one of the most productive agricultural areas in the whole country, home to dozens of the sugar refineries on which Trinidad built its wealth during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Today just one remains, althought the draw here is not the refinery itself but the buildings of one of the old colonial estates, located at Manaca-Iznaga. From here, the train continues on to a few more stops.