The northern end of Auckland's downtown area is the beach. The remaining three directions are surrounded by U-shaped expressways, and transit vehicles do not have to cross the city. When you enter the city from the south, go north along the main street Queen Street. First you will pass a cross street called Karangahape Road, or K Road for short. The corner is a very stylish building.
The scenic spot is located in the suburbs, and there are many people going to the weekend. There is a lake inside, which can be rowed. It is suitable for couples or friends to talk with each other. The greening inside is very good, the air is very good, and it is suitable for cultivating the body and mind.
The buildings on both sides of the road are very distinctive and there are many shops.
The place is OK, but people really have one more project for a long time, but the game project is still good.
The scenery is very good. I took a lot of pictures and will come again next time.
With such a long name, could you consider making an abbreviation?
You can call it non-mainstream or pluralistic. Once red-light district, showing a different style of the past, both sides of the street have a variety of high-end fashion shops, retro collections stores and contemporary art exhibition halls, as well as exotic food. Interested friends can also visit Symonds Street Cemetery, one of the oldest cemeteries in Auckland.