We took the city bus and got off near Grafton Bridge and walked along this legendary cultural heritage trail. We took a small guide book which pointed out historic buildings on both sides of the road. There were banks, many retail stores, hotels, apartments and churches. One interesting setting is the women's bathroom, which serves a large number of women with children. This modern building replaces the 1920s. Some of the shops were built in the late 19th century.
K Road is more authentic than Queen Street, for example, without Prada and Gucci, more like a multicultural, class and identity furnace where everyone can find their own. But I don't travel here at night, and it feels safer to walk with my boyfriend. Dinner was ok, the City Link Red Bus has a stop here, which is a cheaper and convenient way to get there
On the Queen Street approaching Karangahape Road, there are a lot of Korean and Japanese restaurants with affordable prices and large portions (compared to Australia). One day I had a Korean BBQ buffet for $19 there. There are many things, good taste, and highly recommended.
One of the most important streets in Auckland, there are many kinds of dining, the Chinese food here is many times better than Europe!
The northern end of Auckland's central city is the waterfront, and the other three directions are surrounded by U-shaped highways. Crossing vehicles do not need to pass through the city. After entering the city from the south, walk 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 location of the scenic spot is in the suburbs, and there are many people who go there on weekends. There is a lake where you can go boating. It is suitable for couples or friends to chat. The greenery inside is very good, and the air is also very good. It is suitable for physical and mental training.