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The Westin Wailele Polynesian Luau offers an energetic dinner show that comes to life through elements of earth, fire and water. The stellar performances with vibrant costumes reflects the rich Polynesian culture. Three-time Merrie Monarch winner Kamaka Kukowa and choreographer Reri Septirno redesigned the spectacular dinner show.
Held three nights a week at the resort’s garden setting at the intimate Valley Isle Terrace, guests will embark on an exciting journey to the Polynesian Islands in a setting that is a fraction of the size of the larger luaus that hold in excess of 500 people. The dance is more than just entertainment, its a way of telling their stories. Captivating highlights include the story of Pele, Goddess of Fire, and a new performance dedicated to Wailele (waterfalls). Dances from from Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa are featured in this show. The fire-knife dance champion Martin Tevaga leads the breathtaking finale by a three-to-four-man fire-knife spectacle, which is the most impressive fire dance of any of the Maui luaus.
The delicious Hawaiian buffet includes Pipikaula Poke, Cucumber Seaweed Salad, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Hawaiian Style Potato Macaroni Salad, Kula Island Greens, Island Poi, Maui Gold Pineapple with Tahitian vanilla dip, Kalua Pua’a slow-roasted pork, Steamed I’a (fish in a ginger/tomato relish), Huli Huli Chicken in a guava BBQ sauce, Moloka’i Sweet Potatoes, Pa’ia Dry Mein Noodles, Hawaiian Sweet Bread Pudding with a Maui pineapple rum sauce, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Guava Chiffon and Chocolate Chantilly Cake and Haupia (Hawaiian coconut pudding). All evening enjoy endless drinks such as Mai Tais using Maui Pineapple Rum, signature cocktails, local beers, sodas and fruit juices.
Editor’s Review: Since the Westin Wailele Polynesian Luau began about 10 years ago, we have been thrilled to offer this luau to our guests. This is a wonderful option for people who want an elevated dining experience from the classic luau buffet line. The impeccable food bridges the gap perfectly between the traditional “luau motif” and fine dining. As seen in the slideshows above, the show is colorful and energetic. The bar mixes a great Mai Tai, which is the same quality you would find at a restaurant or bar elsewhere at the resort except you don’t have to pay $9.25 a piece for them at the resort … here they’re included in the price of the show! Although this luau is a tiny bit more expensive than most others, it is very much worth it for the quality that they deliver.