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Located along historic Banyan Avenue in Hilo, Liliuokalani Gardens was a gift to the city of Hilo from its ‘sister city’ in Japan. The park occupies about one city block which can be enjoyed pretty leisurely in about thirty minutes, so it’s a great place...More
Hallmark of this park is giant banyan tree or monkey tree, I can ' t remember name, but it 's outstanding in the park with plenty of parking spaces , the hilo bay is just in eyesight, quite clean. The atmosphere is lushy tropical because...More
Lovely park adjacent to the bay. Gorgeous trees, pond, open space. Definitely worth a stroll to witness the variety and immensity of some of the trees. The entire park is visually pleasing, peaceful, and done in Japanese style. Simply lovely and a wonderful part of...More
I had a very wonderful time walking every morning during the time I was there “rain or shine”. The garden itself is located by the Hilo Bay. You can see the cruise ships coming in sometimes. The local people are really nice, I have noticed...More
When you stroll the park it feels like a place were you could envision the queen just would love this place, it skirts the coastline and there is an island you can walk out too where their is swimming.