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Liliuokalani Botanical Garden

Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
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    This tiny garden is a tropical haven that is easily one of the most pristine and well cared for gardens in Honolulu. Liliuokalani is among the Hawaiian Monarchy's most beloved figures, and her namesake garden is just one of many attractions bearing her name. The garden itself is small, but there are very impressive waterfalls, and native plant life that more than make it worth checking out. Located in an area of Honolulu that is both rich with urban hustle and bustle and scenic natural parks (a dichotomy enjoyed throughout urban Hawaii) the Liliuokalani Botanical Garden are just a short ways from Foster, and Queen Emma Gardens, in addition to several parks. With so much natural and man made attractions to enjoy in this area, visiting is a great place to do a little self guided tour of one of Oahu's most diverse neighborhoods.

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Like an Oasis rising from the desert, this smallest of Honolulu's Botanical Gardens stands out from surrounding city life as one of the most pristine and natural gardens in Hawaii. Laid out in such a way as to create a naturally created forest feel, the Liliuokalani Botanical Garden is home to a stream and some waterfalls, in addition to only native Hawaiian plants, that make it a gorgeous example of the kind of natural beauty that must have been abounding historically in this area. The garden was a favorite picnic ground to the final Hawaiian princes, Liliuokalani, who turned over her favorite haven to the city following her death. Today, it truly is one of the best examples of natural Hawaiian beauty to be found within the Honolulu city limits, standing out from the other gardens thanks to it's historical significance and unique natural layout.

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2.5 out of 5
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24 people visited Liliuokalani Botanical Garden

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