Meet the Explorer: Kyle mullindel, known as the bare Kiwi, offers a real glimpse of his adventure with his fiancee in New Zealand. Kyle is a self- Teach photographers and filmmakers who make natural and adventure photography and inspiring videos. Queenstown. It\'s really a place that doesn\'t need to be introduced. This is a good time of year-round. The city is buzzing with tourists eager to taste the adventurous capital of the world. Queenstown\'s tourism industry is very profitable and has a large number of tourists. It is often called a \"bubble \". How to experience the Queen\'s chin-everything here Drops of scenery and fun- A loving atmosphere like a local. Get up early: There are many good places to watch the sunrise in Queenstown and it\'s hard to choose where to go! If you get up and exercise in the morning, you will enjoy panoramic views from the top of Queenstown. If you enjoy a relaxing day, drive to Lake Hayes for a mirror-like reflection, or stroll along the Queenstown waterfront to the mile parking lot for an exceptional view. Eat at the Chop Shop: The food merchant at the Chop Shop used to be the best choice for arrowtown, located on an alley and staircasekept secret. Comfortable environment, unique furniture ( Lamps built with bicycle chains and plants in bags) , And consistently distinguished reputation, the cat is out of the bag. It\'s worth it if you have to wait to sit down for breakfast. The Asian fusion menu creatively blends flavors, and coffee is one of the best in Central Otago. You can even sit in a bar overlooking the chef\'s performance. Arrowtown, originally a settlement of Chinese miners working in the 1860 gold rush, is now a bustling town where you can still explore the now historic Chinese village. Explore the history of Arrowtown: visit Arrowtown, its quaint architecture immersed in history and it feels like you are back in the past. The gold rush in the 1860 s brought 1,500 miners camping by the river, which eventually led to the establishment of a permanent town. Today, a team of small cultural buildings extend to a tree. The Avenue is lined with Villas in little miles. Stroll through the historic Chinese villages; People who live there have flexible definitions. Live trampoline: Release your inner child on the world\'s largest and most powerful trampoline. Olympic venues for trampoline- High quality trampoline as well as a trampoline park with more than 30 connected to each other! Turn on Your bounce and try the freestyle tips you \'ve seen, foam pits and airbags with your back. If you want to master something special, you can also choose a group or private coaching course. Enjoy lunch at the Frankfurt restaurant: The Frankfurt restaurant is a warm and bright space with comfortable cushion corners. As its name implies, everything in Frankfurt is for simplicity and clarity, providing ethical, organic and local healthy food. The cafe is a bit off the beaten track and is located in the famous park shopping area, but it makes it more of a local attraction. Round disc golf: imagine traditional golf if you haven\'t heard of disc golf, but players use a fly or fly instead of a ball and club. As with the traditional golf course, the disc golf course is usually in a beautiful environment. There are two disc golf courses in Queenstown: The original course in Queenstown Garden and the new course in Tucker Beach. If you need to rent a disc, you can rent it at little planet sports. Take the skyline cable car to the top of Bob\'s Hill. Skyline cable car: you can see the most iconic view of Queenstown from the top of Bobbie. It is undeniable that it is amazing; No matter how many times you have seen it, this view will not grow old. The easiest way is to take the skyline cable car, which is a scenic cable car with an altitude of 450. ( If you are planning to stay in Queenstown for an extra period of time, you can buy an annual gondola, which also gives you an exclusive discount. ) The harder, or more active way is to hike the Tiki Trail. You will reach the top of the mountain in about an hour, which emphasizes how steep the track is. Luge: on the luge circuit, it is essential to take the cable car and rotate a few times. You can visit Queenstown. The price is very competitive, the scenery is beautiful, and there is no doubt that it is very interesting. One luge slogan is never enough, so make sure you go for fiveride option. Although you are not allowed to play on the track, it is difficult not to be a little competitive. Compete on a hill in Queenstown. Sunset at Babu peak: Babu Peak is the best place to watch the sunset in Queenstown. The sun falls behind the peaks, so you can see that the last beam of light illuminates the snow as they climb up the prominent peaks, the Volta and Cecil. Once the sun is gone, the sky becomes a beautiful shade of pink and purple, mixed with gray and blue. This soft lighting will only appear when the temperature is low in winter. Visit the Lake waqatipu attractions around Queenstown. Atlas craft beer cafe: Atlas craft beer is really good. The bar is located in the steamer pier and is of moderate size, giving a feeling of a place only known to the locals. Atlas has 22 different beers and has traditional EnglishHand pump type. In addition to beer, Atlas is known for its $19 price. 90 steak meal. In fact, everything on their dinner menu is less than $20! The bathroom itself is a feature. Nightlife in Queensland: within 500 m of space, you\'ll be spoiled when it comes to bars. Whether it\'s craft beer, fine rum, wine, cocktails, ice bars, or cheap drinks after that, everyone has their own choice. Try the live music of little black wood; Cocktails are served from the teapot head to the world bar; It must be 1876 for the cheapest drink in town; You can go anywhere in a great time! Be sure to walk through the alley between Beach Street and Church Street, where there are plenty of hidden gems to discover. Curry fries for Devil Burger: given that visiting Queenstown could lead to at least a big night in town. I don\'t know anywhere else in New Zealand where the bar is open every night. If you find yourself catching up with the party scene and being late, swing in front of the Devil Burger before heading home. Of course, the burgers they make are great, but try their curry cheese fries, a poutine from New Zealand. After that, book your trip home safely with Savy.