"Ku kapakahi ka la ma Wai'anae," first uttered by Hi'iaka as she reffered to the favoritism of the sun to Wai'anae. The moku of Wai'anae is situated on the western side of O'ahu with Waialua to the northeast and 'Ewa to the southeast. It is comprised of 8 ahupuaa and stretches from the Keawa'ula side of Ka'ena Pt. to the ridge of Manawahua in Nānākuli. Waiʻanaeuka also stretches over Kolekole pass and reaches all the way to Pu'u Ka'aumakua where it meets the Ko'olau range. Despite the intense heat, there was an abundance of water via streams and springs in this district, and it still possesses great potential to be a major contributor of food production on O'ahu. The summit of Ka'ala, the tallest point on O'ahu, also sits as a piko (center) of Wai'anae.