The square is located in the center of Tahiti, near the passenger terminal. The photo was taken last year. It was a Saturday. When it arrived at 16:00 in the afternoon, it was in time for the annual marathon. It ended at 17:00 and ended at 17-18. It’s an awards ceremony. The night market caravans next to it have been opened one after another. Each stall has one car, eight or nine tables, roughly fifteen or six stalls, and five Chinese food stalls. There are more BBQ and pizzas. There are also Chinese fried noodles and fried rice. Consumption in Tahiti is generally very expensive. Caravans are relatively cheap (about US$20 per capita). When eating, the sky is getting darker and the setting sun is right in front of you. Many people are walking on the pier. Some 12- or 13-year-old children play mountain bikes there. Very leisurely. Let me introduce you to this first. I am in Bora Bora. It is already 2:55 at night. In 5 days, I will return to the main island of Tahiti and visit the Caravan Square again. I will post pictures at that time.
The place where the night life starts at night, it is very suitable to travel and eat and play together
This square is considered the most iconic building in Tahiti, and it is a good choice to have a late night snack here.
I like this square very much, it is particularly majestic and spectacular, and there are many very beautiful pigeons
The city center, the more night it gets, the more beautiful it is. The sea breeze is blowing, and eating food is a good treat.