Cultures that Added to Maui’s People
Kepaniwai Heritage Gardens is a beautiful public park containing displays that honor the cultures that contributed to modern Maui. There are sections with architecture, gardens, and statues, portraying the Chinese, Japanese, New England, Portuguese, Native Hawaiian, Korean, Puerto Rican and Filipino people.
This garden is on Iao Valley Road (Route 320), the road that Main Street continues onto (stay to the right at the fork) going west from Wailuku into Iao Valley. The park is adjacent to the Hawaii Nature Center. There are pavilions available for picnics.
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