Having abandoned the fine tradition of filial piety at home, we have to pay for everything in this developed country. Eat a junk fast food also want 50 yuan starting price, simply eat some porridge in China never reluctant to eat "high-class food", a bowl of Japanese soup noodle 53 yuan, I go to it, it is better than porridge a bowl of Lanzhou ramen delicious. Free tram 35 runs around the old city center in both directions, and it is very convenient to jump on the train at any time.
We think that Burke Street Mall is the main shopping center in the Central Business District because there are many different kinds of shops. In fact, many important stores have branches somewhere in the shopping center, which may be due to busy people passing by. Part of the shopping mall is designed like an indoor alley, and there are various department stores and shops. This is the center of street performers. On Bourke Street between Swanston and Elizabeth Street, except for the tram, it was empty and we were very happy. It is dangerous to stay in the middle of the street for a long time because of fear of sudden car traffic.
In the shopping mall above the railway station, there are two food courts besides shopping, so you can stay here for half a day. This is Melbourne's most important shopping mall, so no matter what time, there are many people. This is a good place for strolling and shopping. The shooting tower is worth seeing. Many fashion products and foods are available to satisfy your fashion taste or taste buds, and consumption is not expensive. It is worth wandering around. You may find bargains.
Melbourne Central is a great shopping centre, however compared to the new Melbourne Emporium next door to it, it only achieves an ''average'' ranking from me. Melbourne Central has about four or five levels and it seems the higher you go up the more expensive the shopping is!
Linking Swanston and Elizabeth Streets, this pedestrianized area is the heart of Melbourne's retail shopping area. This is the place to shop till you drop, with offerings ranging from locally owned shops to world-renowned high-end brands to major Australian department stores. Since we were here at the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, we joined interested crowds enjoying elaborate holiday windows at Myer, a major department store.