In today’s post, we're bringing you on a virtual trip around New Zealand!
New Zealand is well known for its beautiful landscapes. There are many diverse biospheres in the country, from stunning beaches to amazing mountains and lakes.
With lots of different travel hotspots in NZ, some of our New Zealand Samsung Makers have contributed photos of their travels around this beautiful country. Let's take a look!
Auckland (Sharing from @Casem)
Auckland is the largest city in NZ, with a population of around 1.5 million people.
Pictured is the Skytower, Auckland’s tallest landmark/building.
Wellington (photos by @kbbb)
Wellington is the Capital city of New Zealand. Known for being the “Culture Capital” or “Windy Wellington”, this is where the NZ Government and parliament buildings are located.
Here are some pictures of the Wellington boathouses: one in Te Papa (National Museum) Oriental Parade, Wellington.
And here's a picture of the Wellington Regional Stadium / Sky Stadium !
North Island Spots (sharing by @Jeremyeyeguy)
Jeremy has shared some shots of his travels in the North Island.
Here are pictures of the Mercer Bay loop, West Auckland. Opononi Sand dunes, Hokianga Harbour.
And of the Maori Bay, Near Piha Beach, West Auckland
A beautiful sunset at Tairua, Coromandel.
(sharing by @JohnnyA)
Our Maker @JohnnyA has shared some images of his travels in our beautiful South Island. Amazing nature landscapes!
Pic 1: Lake Clearwater. In the background is Mt. Potts, Ashburton. The place where Kingdom of Edoras from Lord of the Rings movie was filmed!
Pic 2: Craigieburn ski field overlooking Castle Hill.
Pic 3: Is Aoraki Mt. Cook near Mueller Hut.
Pic 4: Is a sea of clouds from Mt Olivier. At 1,933m, it was the first major climb of Sir Edmund Hillary in 1939. Sir Edmund Hillary was the first alongside Tenzing Norgay to reach the summit of Mt Everest in 1953.
Pic 5: Castle Hill Peak, Canterbury NZ with @JohnnyA (Hi Johnny!) in the background. This area is where the movie Narnia was filmed.
Pic 6: Winter Wonderland from a vantage point of the Trig M summit overlooking Porters pass, one of the mountain passes near Lake Lyndon.
(Sharing by @Jeremyeyeguy)
Photos of Tekapo, Central Otago, Lake Tekapo, Memorial to the Sheepdog and Church of the Good Shepard.
Photos of Lake Alexandrina, 10 minutes from Lake Tekapo
Photos of Mt Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain. Famous as Sir Edmund Hillary's training ground before Mt Everest.
Photos of the famous Milford Sound
Near Te Anau, entrance to the Kepler track, Mirror Lake on the road to Milford Sounds, Franz Joseph Glacier, West Coast
Lake Matheson. Mitimiti Beach, Hokianga. St Arnaud, near Nelson.
Doesn’t New Zealand look amazing? Which place would you like to visit first?
Personal travel tips from our community manager @Samsung_Ruby:
- Travelling around NZ? Make sure you have an extra layer with you as the weather can change quickly. We often experience all 4 seasons in one day, rain, sun, hot & cold!
- Is your phone low on battery from all the travel photos/videos you have been taking? With the Wireless PowerShare feature, you can grab some battery power from your friend’s Galaxy phone! All you need to do is place the two devices together.
Make sure that the phone with Powershare is charged to at least 30%. Place the Powershare phone and a compatible device back to back. To stop the charging, separate the devices from each other. You can also charge your Galaxy phone while it is charging another device; simply connect the charging cable while using PowerShare.
Most Qi-Compatible Samsung devices can be charged with Wireless PowerShare. More information here! How to share battery power between your devices | Samsung Singapore