An attraction that is open for free, you can drive to Ali'i Dr by yourself, and the church is located opposite Kahalu'u Bay Surf and Sea. St. Peter’s Church is located on the west coast of the Big Island. It was built in the 1880s and moved from the white sand beach to Kahalu'u Bay in 1912. The decoration inside is very simple, very suitable for picking good weather to stroll around.
It was a church built in the 1880s. When I went there, I saw a couple taking wedding photos there. The blue and white church and the blue sky were beautiful. The church is of a relatively simple type, without any cumbersome decorations, rather simple.
The church is free to enter. After entering, you can find that this is a simple chapel that cannot be simpler. Five neat rows of blue-green benches are placed on both sides, and at the end of the middle aisle is the priest's podium, which is simple and simple. The blue and white church is very beautiful with its back to the sea.
This church is very simple, not as gorgeous as European churches. The small blue and white church is very suitable for taking pictures here. There are also many newcomers here to take wedding photos. The church by the sea is very comfortable with the sea breeze.
The decoration inside is very simple, very suitable for picking good weather to stroll around. The church is free to enter. After entering, you can find that this is a simple chapel that cannot be simpler.