Sacred Garden of Maliko
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Sacred Garden of Maliko information
Lonely Planet review
Up for a meditative moment? The Sacred Garden of Maliko, a self-described healing sanctuary, has a pair of rock-garden labyrinth walks guaranteed to reset the harmony gauge. One’s in an orchid greenhouse facing a contemplative Buddha statue; the other’s in a kukui (candlenut trees) grove beside Maliko Stream. Take your time, feel each step on the pebbles underfoot, listen to the trickling stream, inhale the gentle scent of the garden. S-o-o-o soul soothing. To get there, turn east off Baldwin Ave onto Kaluanui Rd. After 0.8 miles you’ll cross a one-lane bridge; 0.2 miles further look for a low stone wall – the garden is on the right just before a sharp S-curve in the road.