Loosely translated, a LŪ‘AU IS A BIG FEAST with a lot of singing, dancing and fun. Lū‘au often feature homegrown ENTERTAINMENT, complete with traditional hula and POLYNESIAN FESTIVITIES. Served with a main course of kālua pig — tender, shredded pork cooked in an imu (underground oven) — and typical Hawaiian sides of poi , Okinawan sweet potatoes, lomi lomi salmon and haupia (coconut milk dessert), it’s the perfect celebration of culture and camaraderie.
SUNSET LŪ‘AU AT WAIKOLOA BEACH MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA is set at sundown next to ‘Anaeho‘omalu Bay. Marriott’s lū‘au, ISLAND BREEZE LŪ‘AU , and Hilton Waikoloa Village’s, treat guests to an IMU CEREMONY (where the pig is brought out of the underground oven), TRADITIONAL DANCES from around Polynesia and Hawaiian fare.
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