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We’d love you to come visit and take some time to wander around the spectacular grounds at Valley of the Temples. As one of the finest, most exclusive cemetery properties on earth, it has been designed to connect families now and forever. Marvel at the glorious landscapes, epic views, rich cultural details and luxury burial, cremation and memorialization options unseen anywhere else — and consider what it would mean for you and your loved ones to spend eternity here, together in paradise. 

With sweeping views from the Ko’olau Mountain Range to the Pacific Ocean, the lush landscape renews your spirit and inspires your heart. Whether you’re visiting the Byodo-In-Temple, the Trousdale Memorial Chapel, the new Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, or one of the many memorial gardens, peace and serenity will embrace you. 

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Families from all walks of life lay their loved ones to rest at Valley of the Temples, and their legacy is our honor. Once you’ve paid a visit, we believe you’ll have peace of mind knowing the memory of your loved ones will be preserved in a serene, spiritually uplifting setting.

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Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary

The new Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary at Valley of the Temples is a masterpiece of historic preservation and modern state-of-the-art engineering. It incorporates communications, comfort and convenience technology you won’t find anywhere else.

Byodo-In Temple

Symbolizing Hawaii’s rich heritage and historical connection with Japan, the Byodo-In Temple was built in 1968 to mark the 100th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. A replica of Phoenix Hall in the 11th-century Buddhist Temple complex in Uji, Japan, it is a cultural landmark that attracts thousands of people each year.

Byodo-In Temple is a place of great reverence that welcomes people of all faiths to worship, meditate or simply appreciate its beauty. Inside the main entrance is a magnificent nine-foot Amida Buddha statue created by Japanese sculptor Masuzo Inui. A quiet niche room behind the statue features glass-front niches, many of which can hold up to six full-size urns and can be personalized with photos and other mementos.

Private Mausoleums

Customized and exquisitely designed, Private Mausoleums offer an enduring legacy to lives well lived. Whether you select traditional burial or cremation, your Private Mausoleum ensures your story continues and lends a special intimacy, allowing loved ones to reflect on cherished moments of your life together. Talk to us about creating a beautiful and innovative design for your family.

Private Family Estates

On hillsides, offering some of the most spectacular views in the park, are sections designated for private family estates, each of which is professionally designed as an individual expression of a family’s love and history. Your private memorial may include special architectural design, carvings, benches, and meditation areas to make it a source of pride and inspiration for generations.

Ocean View Terrace

Ocean View Terrace is a magnificent heart-shaped garden with some of the most impressive panoramic views in the park. The 10-acre hilltop oasis, designed in consultation with a respected Feng Shui master, boasts ocean views from virtually every garden. It also features a variety of memorial options including hedged private burial estates, built-to-suit estates, upright monument lots, cremation garden offerings and bench memorials overlooking a dramatic waterfall.

Aupuni Lani

The distinctive garden known as Aupuni Lani — which in the Hawaiian language roughly means “prominent citizens” — is the final resting place for many distinguished Hawaii residents.

Trousdale Memorial Chapel

With a commanding view of all of Valley of the Temples, the ocean and mountains, Trousdale is a distinctly Christian chapel built in the form of a cross sitting atop its spire. It can be seen for miles, and contains a community mausoleum for casket entombment and inches for inurnment.

Haka Gardens

Haka House means “grave” or “burial” in Japanese. These beautiful granite structures are on individual lots in one of the most scenic areas of Valley of the Temples.

Ko’olau View Cremation Garden

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