Located in downtown Melbourne, the Bullock Arch has many famous shops in the world, but it is not comparable to the old buildings of the Bullock Arch. The roof of the building not only connects the shops on both sides into shopping pedestrian street, but also makes the golden vault beautiful and delicate as a scenic spot, which is really worth visiting.
Brock's arcade is Melbourne's top shopping mall, gathering most of the world's fashion, jewelry, gifts, leather, and other brand stores. Architecture has a history of more than 100 years, and now it is a historic heritage preservation building. There is a wonderful experience in shuttle.
There are many kinds of goods, high school prices, even places to eat and shop. Good shopping environment!
An antique building, a bit like China's commercial pedestrian street. Non-Smoking Area. It's clean and tidy, with many shops and restaurants. Shops sell high-end goods, not cheap, and more customers. In the photo, there is a queue at the entrance of the shop selling English afternoon tea. The desserts are very sweet, not very adaptable, and the tea is delicious. Eating something casually costs about one or two hundred RMB per person.
Australia's characteristic shopping mall seems to be this arcade - arcade. The high arched glass ceiling, many retro-style shops on both sides, a long line of pastry shops, there are also H-brand chocolates I like. Block Arcade has many European sculptures, which make the whole building more artistic.
There are only a few specialty shops and a dessert shop in the Bullock Arch. The dessert shop has a good business and the cakes are delicious.
Block's arcade is similar to the Royal one, but not as famous as the latter. But it's also beautiful. There's a dessert shop, HOPETOUNTEAROOMS. Looking at the display in the window, it's drooling. There's a long line at the door. We can only buy one and pack it for dinner.