The second time I arrived in Melbourne and entered the mall, I knew I had made a mistake in this place. The first time I came here eight years ago, thinking it was the Queen's Market of Melbourne. This time I arrived again with my partners and was excited to see the familiar bell tower and conical glass roof. My friend introduced this as the Melbourne shopping mall, and this sign is the site of the Coop's Shot Tower. This time I saw it very carefully, because the hotel I stayed in was very close, and I went around in the daytime and at night. It was also a complex of shopping malls and transportation hubs. Especially the subway exit was crowded with people, very busy, and the goods in the shopping mall were very rich. It was also very enjoyable to shop here. Melbourne is very dedicated to the protection of monuments. In a fashionable shopping mall, a 50-metre-high ancient pagoda, especially a hotballoon and a 2,000-kilogram Pendant clock, has been well preserved, creating an unparalleled space under the sunshine in the daytime and the bright lights at night, which is very wonderful.
When the film entered, the sunset under the glass dome was filmed. It was a perfect combination of ancient architecture and modern design in Melbourne Center. The designer was Japanese. The movie is Yao Chen's finding you. It's a little Korean, tear gas and suspense thriller. It's worth seeing.
Ancient Melbourne, full of Melbourne charm, is very worth visiting!
It's basically a good way to go shopping on foot. You don't have to worry about hunger. You can walk into a small shop at any time, fill your stomach and start again. Several of the more famous attractions (St. Paul's Church, Federal Square) are right next to Flinders Station.
The Melbourne Center, formerly an arsenal, now covers the whole building with giant glass vertebras, transforming it into futuristic buildings and shopping malls. The building is very atmospheric, the center is very busy, a famous clock. There are a lot of tourists and shops.