M33***29Phillip Island is a small island located in Melbourne. The scenery on the island is very beautiful. It is very comfortable to visit along the seaside plank road. The most characteristic of the island is the little penguin. The species is not as tall as the Antarctic, but it is small. lovely! At night they will return to their nests, the small wooden houses built by the shore, so love!
_ZF***20highly recommend "penguin plus viewing platform", you can both see the penguins emergent from the sea and walk back to their home（really close to you, less than 1 meter!）, incredible! compared to any other options, it is the best view with a reasonable price!"underground viewing" is not recommended. it is inside an indoor place. you can only see the penguins through windows. how disappointed!To protect the penguins, no photos, no videos pls!
到此一地游Located in southern Australia, where the summer weather is not hot, long pants and short-sleeved shirts are fine. If it is cloudy, even wearing a long-sleeved shirt is not hot. Melbourne has two airports, and international flights all take off and land at airports closer to the city. There is a train station in the city, and trains to the suburbs of Melbourne or to Sydney pass through here. The urban transportation is convenient. Public transportation has trams, urban trains, buses but no subway. Buses to the suburbs depart at a large interval, almost every half an hour, which is not as convenient as Beijing. Taxis are generally only found at fixed taxi stands, and generally cannot be stopped on the street. It is very convenient to buy a local bus card (myki card), which can be bought at the airport. I live on Swanston Street in the city center, not far from Federation Square, Flinders Railway Station, Chinatown, and St. Paul’s Church, all within walking distance. When I went to catch up with the Australian Open, I was lying on Federation Square basking in the sun, drinking beer and watching the live broadcast on the big screen, with a large group of people lying around. There are several stations around the hotel where I live, and it is very convenient to go out by bus. It's very convenient to travel for free in Melbourne's CBD area. There are not as many public toilets as in Beijing. The city center is crowded and crowded. At night, people who are homeless and drunk start to show up on the streets, yelling, blowing and beating. If no one is around, you will feel that Beijing is still safe. The surrounding towns are very quiet, you can take the light rail to the town to experience the daily life of the locals. There are many Italian restaurants on Lygon Street. I feel that a Ferrari-car-themed restaurant called Café Corretto is worth recommending. It is cost-effective and crowded, especially on weekends. Diagonally opposite brunetti is a famous local dessert shop, you can try it. I tried several ice creams there. They were generally sweet and tasted average. You can eat something else next time. Brightonbeach is actually a large beach, divided into three parts. The most well-known section has a lot of people. I think the middle brightonbeach is better, but the traffic is not very convenient. There is no light rail train and you can only take a bus. You should go to the Great Ocean Road. I will give a detailed description in the review of the Great Ocean Road. In short, Melbourne is still very good, the environment is good, the locals live a comfortable life, the city is livable, and it is better than Sydney where I later went. The reason why I haven't visited all the places in Melbourne is probably because I think I will go there in the future.
Mitch CampbellOh my god I LOVE China Town. Not for its shopping, because that really is a bit meh in my opinion, there are far better places to go. But I love it for the food. There is such an exotic array of restaurants to go to that pretty much serve every Chinese dish imaginable! If you love (or even like) Chinese food, you need to go to China Town.
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