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Tahiti Tourism, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and the City of Papeete, offers an application: Papeete Audio Guide intended to discover freely the main attractions of the city of Papeete.
This free application, available on iPhone and Android, can be used offline on any type of mobile. It’s a new way to visit the city of Papeete and discover or rediscover the secrets of its monuments.
The goal of "Papeete Audio Guide" is to offer tourists to walk around Papeete while experiencing the history and heritage of the city through 15 best sights in audio narrated and illustrated with some photos :
- Place Vaiete
- Place Taraho'i
- The General de Gaulle monument:"The monkey wrench"
- Bust of Pouvana A Oopa
- Taraho'i I Vaiete Gardens
- Notre Dame de l'Immaculée Conception Cathédrale
- Avenue Pouvanaa A Oopa
- Presidential Palace of the government of French Polynesia
- War memorial for those who died for France
- Paofai Gardens
- Paofai Protestant Chruch
- Place Albert 1er / Bougainville park
- Papeete City Hall
- "Mapuru A Paraita" municipal market
- Henri Matisse and Stuart hotel
The Chinese version highlights points of interests of our Chinese visitors memory to the Chinese community living in Tahiti. It was specifically complemented by a circuit of 8 institutions, dedicated to the discovery of the Chinese cultural heritage from the shops run by Chinese families Tahiti Kanti temple through the Koo Men Tong :
This application is developed in 4 languages: French, English, Japanese and Chinese, to meet the majority of visitors to the destination The Islands of Tahiti to enable them to access the attractions of the city of Papeete