If you take the Road to Hana tour, the Keanae Peninsula view will be an early stop. In addition to there being good facilities, this large park offers a huge grass area to walk or relax—assuming you’re not on a tour and pressed for time. If you don’t get to go, I hope you enjoy this view. Be sure to click the photo to see the larger size!
This is just one of the many stunning architectural masterpieces at Maui‘s Kepaniwai Heritage Gardens. This one is in the Korean Garden and fascinated me. The intricate details are even more impressive up close. Though a drizzle kept coming down during our visit, we were mesmerized by the peace and serenity of this incredible place. The next time we visit Maui, this is a must-see.
The Korean Gardens, like the rest of Heritage Park, were built to honor the memory of previous generations who played a role in the history of the Hawaiian Islands. According to MauiHawaii.org, there are sections with architecture, gardens, and statues, portraying the Chinese, Japanese, New England, Portuguese, Native Hawaiian, Korean, Puerto Rican and Filipino people.