Victoria University Of Wellington LibraryWellington,New Zealand
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Wellington Buddhist CentreWellington,New Zealand
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Wellington CenotaphWellington,New Zealand
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Lady Norwood Rose GardenWellington,New Zealand
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I always love a trip on a cable car and the Wellington funicular was a great way to get up to the Gardens. It's only a short, five minute journey and is very reasonably priced. The views from the top are stunning so it's well worth the trip. #wintergetaway
[Face Travel] Amazing Wellington, beyond our expectations!
probably only need a beam of light to fall in love with a city, and Wellington has given us a lot of regret!
It's like Dunedin, but it's more refined! The beautiful bay is full of buildings, and people can sing and dance at any time on the street. At night, sipping beer everywhere, I cant help but wonder if its the capital!
There are very beautiful sunsets here, such as Mt.Victoria, which can be reached by bus 20!
There are also beautiful bays and cable cars here. In Wellington, the best way is to walk and bus!
Although small and intruded by earthquakes, Wellington has many art galleries and museums, with short and charming coastlines, countless national parks and beautiful natural scenery. Walk around the city like a local, feel the beauty of this artistic capital here, this is the most rare desire we have drowned in the busy city on weekdays!
The National Museum of New Zealand is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere, with a rich collection of Maori culture, and the War Pavilion is impressed by its authenticity. And its most prestigious is its interactivity, known as the most interactive museum in the world. There are a lot of interesting projects waiting for visitors to participate. Through interaction, let children know more about nature and understand the world! Bring children here on New Year's Day holiday, there is an unknown magical world waiting for them to open!
Wellington is not as famous as tourists in Queenstown and Oakland, but as the capital of New Zealand, it also has its own unique charm, such as this museum that cannot be missed.
New Zealand's Te Papa National Museum is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Located in the heart of Queens Bay, Wellington, in the heart of the city, is the only government-managed museum in New Zealand. The museum is open to the public free of charge, and only special exhibitions and guided tours are available for a fee. And once a day in Chinese, it is recommended to listen to it, to better understand the history of New Zealand and the culture of local Maori. The wax figure in the war hall of the
first floor lobby is very realistic and shocking, and people have to feel the cruelty of war and pray for peace.
In addition, the entire museum also has a parent-child interaction area, and also designed a lot of links for children to participate, very entertaining.
I thought that Wellington was just a capital with no sense of existence, but it was very comfortable 24 hours later. The most anticipated travel status is actually living elsewhere, so I dont want to drive the card attractions, chat with the landlord, walk and climb the mountain, go to the beach to catch the big set, go shopping at the harbourside market once a week, buy some fresh and cheap Vegetables and fruits, then go to the snack car to buy a snack, sit on the steps of the port and enjoy leisurely. Aspire to life, but that's it.
Havana is made up of two old houses and the exterior is not particularly eye-catching. However, this Cuban-style restaurant bar is very popular with locals. The main entrance is hidden in the middle of the small house. Going inside, there is a feeling that Alice jumps into the tree hole. This magical little space. Even the restrooms are especially interesting... Havana is famous for its award-winning cocktails and speciality Spanish tapas, so dinner time is especially lively. There are a variety of Spanish tapas and staple foods on the menu, recommended flame prawns. There are three musicians and DJs from around the world performing three times a week.
Olive on the Cuba Street in Wellington is a very good restaurant that specializes in olive-related food. The olive trees in the restaurant's courtyard have been more than 20 years old. In addition to delicious and healthy food, quality wines and craft beers are also available here. A caf serving breakfast from breakfast to brunch to dinner. Mainly based on Mediterranean taste
The Australian-inspired restaurant that is not to be missed in Wellington is the best restaurant on this zomato. This is a seafood-based restaurant transformed from a dock warehouse that offers beautiful sea views from the dining table. The plates are very retro, and the quiet blue little house is filled with elegant music, which makes it very comfortable. The service is particularly good, and there is a very handsome little brother. There is no set meal in this restaurant. If you want to eat it, you can order it yourself. The most recommended is the green lip shell of New Zealand. It is very clean, there is no sand, and the most important thing is the umami taste, which makes you drool. Of course, you have to eat steaks, and they also have supplies.