The small town of Porirua is not far from the capital Wellington. The beautiful seaside scenery does not lose the taste of a primitive fishing village. There is a bazaar in the town which is quite lively, and besides that it is very peaceful.
Let’s also take a look at a lively market. There is a lot of food in the singing and dancing market. I personally did not buy the local handicrafts. It seems that you can still bargain. Of course, the premise is that you can communicate with them.
I heard that it was very lively very early, but this day we came here after a lazy night's sleep, it was quite lively, and there are many local delicacies, we settled here for brunch by the way.
Porirua is a port city located only 15 minutes north of Wellington. It is home to New Zealand’s most important museum, Pataka.
Porirua is one of the most colorful communities in New Zealand, located in the north of Wellington; it is a short drive from Wellington. The local market started very early (5:30 in the morning) and was busy until almost noon. The food stall sells curries and grilled meats, stir-fried dishes, banana pancakes and many other Asian-Pacific cuisines.