The Ching Ming Spring Festival is an important cultural event that has been celebrated for centuries in many Asian countries. It is a time for families to honor their ancestors and pay respects to those who have passed away. This year, the festival is returning to Honolulu on Saturday, April 1st, and is set to be a memorable occasion with the opening of the Eono Nature Garden at the Valley of The Temples.

The Eono Nature Garden is a breathtakingly landscaped cremation garden that offers families a final resting place for their loved ones. It provides a peaceful and serene environment that allows families to pay their respects and honor their memories. Additionally, the Eono Nature Garden features large private estates that can be customized to tell a family’s unique story and secure their legacy for generations to come.

The grand opening Ribbon Cutting of the Eono Nature Garden will be part of the Ching Ming Spring Festival event, which will take place at the Ocean View Terrace at the Valley of the Temples. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience traditional lion dancing, firecrackers, and kite-flying. It is a wonderful occasion to enjoy cultural performances and learn more about the rich cultural heritage of the Asian community in Honolulu.

Overall, the Ching Ming Spring Festival event and the opening of the Eono Nature Garden at the Valley of the Temples provide a unique opportunity for families to come together and celebrate their heritage while honoring the memories of their loved ones.

The Valley of The Temples:


Address: 47-200 Kahekili Hwy, Kaneohe, HI 96744