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4.5/5
746 Reviews
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E24***29experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi experience the elevator yeehaaa scary mann transparent floor omaiguddd too mukch for an asian man paying top dalla and get scared like that yaa but all in all is awrite my wives and I did enjoi
4.6/5
508 Reviews
Observation Deck
Volcano
E24***29love it to the max laaa this is some gud sit I like so mukch green everwhere so natural alamakkk I wan go bek please love it to the max laaa this is some gud sit I like so mukch green everwhere so natural alamakkk I wan go bek please
4.6/5
275 Reviews
Museum
Ma-Shyrra DurdenI wasn't expecting to have to pay so much to enter the museum, but I guess they need funds to keep the doors open. There is an exhibit sponsored by Spark right when you walk it that is really cool and interactive. Since I'm visiting New Zealand I wanted to find out the history of how it came to be, and the museum broke down the treaty between the natives and the colonist, and pointed out where the land grab by the colonist was against the law. It went into some of the other wars and how the natives were excluded from them. It's got Natural history, and even an exhibit to the Chinese, how they came to be here and what their life is like culturally and how they fit into present day New Zealand.
4.5/5
257 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
旅の径Queen Street is to Auckland what Fifth Avenue is to New York and Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. It is the busiest shopping street in the city and a symbol of the city's prosperity. Going to Queen Street for shopping, shopping, and eating is a must-complete task when visiting Auckland. Elegance and modernity lead the way. Built in 1840, Queen Street is lined with buildings on both sides. There are century-old buildings in European classical style with spires and columns, and modern high-rise buildings in modern style with square and glass curtain walls. The rich history and avant-garde fashion coexist on the same street. , There is no sense of disobedience ~ Luxury goods and consumer goods have their own places. On the 3 km-long Queens Street, there are 3 large shopping malls, more than 500 shops of various types, and a wide range of goods. Those who buy big-name luxury goods such as bags can find their favorite brands and styles and spend a lot of money; those who buy daily consumer goods such as fans can check the list and WeChat in one stop.
4.5/5
139 Reviews
Beach
yangduoduo17The hop-on hop-off bus to visit Waiheke Island is the best, very reliable and punctual! This small island is amazing, I recommend everyone to go to the Batch Winery first, where you can see the most beautiful scenery. You can have some snacks at every place you visit, which will make your day so special. This place is perfect for relaxing a day and enjoying with your partner.
4.4/5
124 Reviews
Seashore
Town
Sally19891010The first stop in New Zealand came to Devonport. Unfortunately, it has been raining and there are not many people on the street shops. Oakland postcards are not as good-looking as Queenstown. It is recommended to buy them in Queenstown. Refrigerator magnets are expensive, but buy one as a souvenir. The clerk in some stores can speak Chinese, and when I passed by a coffee shop, I bought an ice cream, which was super unpalatable and expensive, and the one bought at Mission Bay in the back was almost one world at a time. Pedestrians on the road are walking dogs and running, wearing shorts for more than ten degrees, and the children are barefoot. The physique is really different from ours.

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