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Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World
4.2/5
130 Reviews
Aquarium
GLS***28Amazing place to view sealife in a relatively natural environment
Sky Tower
4.5/5
735 Reviews
Observation Deck
E24***29experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi
Mount Eden
4.6/5
499 Reviews
Observation Deck
Volcano
E24***29love it to the max laaa this is some gud sit I like so mukch green everwhere so natural alamakkk I wan go bek please love it to the max laaa this is some gud sit I like so mukch green everwhere so natural alamakkk I wan go bek please
Queen Street
4.5/5
253 Reviews
d36***08Queen Street is to Auckland what Fifth Avenue is to New York and Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. It is the busiest shopping street in the city and a symbol of the city's prosperity. Going to Queen Street for shopping, shopping, and eating is a must-complete task when visiting Auckland. Elegance and modernity lead the way. Built in 1840, Queen Street is lined with buildings on both sides. There are century-old buildings in European classical style with spires and columns, and modern high-rise buildings in modern style with square and glass curtain walls. The rich history and avant-garde fashion coexist on the same street. , There is no sense of disobedience ~ Luxury goods and consumer goods have their own places. On the 3 km-long Queens Street, there are 3 large shopping malls, more than 500 shops of various types, and a wide range of goods. Those who buy big-name luxury goods such as bags can find their favorite brands and styles and spend a lot of money; those who buy daily consumer goods such as fans can check the list and WeChat in one stop.
Auckland War Memorial Museum
4.6/5
272 Reviews
GLS***86You can not visit a different country and not at least take a second to stop and learn about its history.
Mission Bay
4.5/5
228 Reviews
Beach
Seashore
梦中的纸马Mission Bay is the most well-known beach in the downtown area of Auckland. It is located about 5-10 minutes' drive east of the city center. It faces the port of Auckland and is connected to the city center by a coastal road. Sitting on the beach or in the soft turf like a green carpet in the park, you can overlook the symmetrical pyramid-shaped Rangitoto Island on the opposite side. The volcanic island that last erupted 650 years ago is the closest to Auckland. There are countless exotic restaurants and hotels on both sides of the street, making this place full of charm. Because of its location in the city center, there are a lot of tourists on the beach. Interestingly, there are many Chinese faces. Most tourists take a leisurely stroll and sit quietly, so that every trash can is full.

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Botany Town Centre
Botany Town CentreAuckland,New Zealand

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Cable Bay Vineyards
Cable Bay VineyardsAuckland,New Zealand

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Waitakere Ranges
Waitakere RangesAuckland,New Zealand

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Auckland Writers Festival
Auckland Writers FestivalAuckland,New Zealand

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Orewa Beach
Orewa BeachAuckland,New Zealand

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Auckland Explorer Bus
Auckland Explorer BusAuckland,New Zealand

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