Moana Mural On Display at Disney’s Animal Kingdom for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Art from “Moana” is now on display on a wall in Discovery Island at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

The wall is actually a large backstage door next to the Discovery Island stage, across from Flame Tree Barbecue.

There is a sign about “A World of Voices,” the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration at Walt Disney World.

It reads, “Come experience ‘A World of Voices’ as we celebrate the rich histories and diverse traditions of our Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander communities. Join us throughout May for delicious cuisine, inspiring live music and entertainment, special merchandise and more!”

The artwork depicts Te Fiti holding Moana in her hand.

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