The government garden is just off Lake Rotorua, with lots of green spaces, lots of greenery and flowers, stadiums, spas and museums. The land belonged to the local Maori. Later, the Maori gave the government 50 acres of land. There is also the Rotorua History and Art Museum, which is rich in collections and displays a variety of Maori culture and hot spring culture. The Polynesian Spa is also in the government garden. Entry to the museum, tickets include all long-term and temporary exhibitions, Rotorua story film experience, Maori camp film experience, timed guided tours, viewing platforms (pictured garden views), mud baths, etc.
Rachel Springs, you can stay in beauty. The spring water is alkaline and deeply nourishes the skin. But the taste is really bad, it smells like rotten eggs. The
Polynesian Spa was named one of the top ten hot springs in the world by the prestigious Conde Nast Traveller magazine in 2004-2007, 2009 and 2011, and has always been a healing function. Famous for its hot spring water and natural treatments. The baths are located on the shores of Lake Rotorua, and the hot springs are sourced from the government gardens of Rotorua, where visitors can relax and rejuvenate.
The New Zealand government garden, the land occupied by the municipal park, was originally owned by Maori. It was originally a shrub-covered geothermal area. Maori called it Paepaekumana. Maori stayed on this land. There are too many memories of war. Sitting on the big lawn in front of the city government garden gate, watching the birds in the sky and listening to the sound of the fusion of nature and human civilization, is just a phrase "I am in New Zealand."
This is the place where the Queen is working. There is a beautiful garden villa and a mineral spa pool, but because of this sulphur pool, the whole garden is filled with the smell of rotten eggs... This feeling is really not very good. it is good. Look up and breathe the smell of rotten eggs. The house is far from the pool, and finally there is no smell of rotten eggs, you can take pictures with peace of mind...