Here is suitable for different needs of all ages, children have their own special area and interactive performances of children's love! Big friends like to challenge the courage of a lot of here, absolutely not worthwhile trip!
It's not so much Hello Kitty's dream home as the carnival of the Sanrio family. The biggest feature of this indoor theme park with two floors underground and four floors on the ground is the carnival parade. Every Sunday at 2 p.m., the music of "Tree of Wisdom Stage" sounds, and the parade lasts less than 10 minutes. Princess Kitty and Prince in full costume are well-deserved stars. They come into the audience in luxurious carriages, which are performed day after day. It's the dream that takes root in the hearts of the children who come to watch.
If you go to a big city, you will find many theme attractions, such as Rainbow s End in Auckland, Fantasy Land in Hastings, Marine Land in Napier, and the International Antarctic Centre in Christchurch. At the National Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa) in Wellington, there are more family-friendly activities.
Rainbow Paradise is very good. Some of the projects in this place are very meaningful. I like it very much. I enjoy it very much. The staff have a good attitude.
Rainbow Park is about half an hour away from downtown Auckland. It's not far from Auckland Airport. There are pirate boats, roller coasters, merry-go-round horses and other amusement park essential projects. Nothing very special.
Oakland is a fairly large playground. Schools organize children to play. Children like it very much. The programs are not as rich as domestic playgrounds.
Amman Street is a busy choice. It's busy during the day, busy during the weekend and crazy crowding (Thursday to Friday). There are many restaurants nearby, hookah bars (water pipes), etc. Most importantly, there are many antique shops here. I would definitely recommend it. It's very colorful and lively. Many locals and tourists are very crowded.
Rainbow Paradise is definitely a worthwhile trip! It's worth it. There are many amusement facilities and entertainment equipment designed for children. Here's something for children of all ages.
In Auckland, the only large amusement park is still very happy.
Children's Paradise, many people, everyone is very happy.