Take the Oriental Parade along the seaside to the harbour pier and enter the city. You can have a panoramic view of the city. Looking at the city from a distance, it looks like a small Hong Kong in the southern hemisphere, passing under the bridge as if you are under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Circling along the pier. The kiwi bird looks ugly and cute. The color of the sea is still very dreamy, the weather is amazing, the scenery is pleasant, and the scenery is super beautiful.
To the Wellington Central Pier, it is very clean, and the pier is very tidy and tidy. With a lot of sailing boats.
Wellington Central Pier is a place where tourists gather. I have seen the most people after I went to Wellington. I just wandered here. Many people also came to stroll. Their faces looked like New Zealanders, but at least they took pictures everywhere. Not from Wellington. Many people eat at the hotel on the pier, and one hotel has to wait to find a place.
There is a large square along the seaside. The museum is also nearby. There are a lot of people and tourists. You can see that there are people renting helicopters to see the bay. There are also boats. There are many people walking along the beach. If you have an Irish organ, you can also enjoy the sea breeze while drinking coffee in the cafe next to it. The weather is nice. Wellington, the whole city is so small, here is one of the most lively places
The highlights of the city are very suitable for walking and blowing the sea breeze at will. The shore environment is very good, there is enough space for walking, restaurants and coffees are surrounded.
Very beautiful, especially the scenery under the sunset is really intoxicating. Walk along the waterfront to TE PAPA, and then to the oriental bay. There are some runners and there are seagulls everywhere. In winter, the sea breeze is not very cold. A thin down jacket will do. In short, it is very comfortable.