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Even though a couple of weeks prior these gardens were under a lot of water from Lane, they were still beautiful. Most of the debris had been cleaned up and people were once again enjoying the peaceful setting.
The Liliuokalani Gardens are lovely. I find walking in the gardens very peaceful. I love the very large Banyan trees with all the ferns draping out of them. The footbridges and footpaths are wonderful for strolling while listening to the doves cooing and viewing all...More
The beautiful gardens; located on southeast of downtown Hilo on the Waiakea Peninsula Bay, is named after Hawaii's last reining queen, Liliuokalani. Very large park containing expansive Japanese gardens that were built in the early 1900 . It contains mainly Edo-style Japanese gardens and is...More
I had a wonderful stroll through this garden. I could not take any pictures that would do it justice. The beauty of it changed as the sun was rising. It is enjoyed by the locals and visitors alike. It is like a big Japanese garden...More
This was a great find on our walk to suisan for lunch. Lots of grass. Walkways can be rough on young kids if they fall (we may have had a minor scrape). Japanese style, overlooks the water. Lots of trees to run around and hide...More
Beautiful gardens. There are paths and many bridges to walk at low tide. At high tide, the park floods and some paths between pavillions are flooded. Kids have fun walking throgh the water. Great place for a picnic. Lots of parking. Chinese and Japanese decorations....More