Hobbit Bar From New Zealand

, After many emerging tourist spot  the Hobbits style now there is another special bar Hobbit. The presence in Hobbiton, the Hobbit village located in Matamata, North Island, New Zealand. Want a drink with Hobbit, here’s the place.

Before the movie trilogy Lord of the Rings was released, New Zealand had been aggressively attracting tourists to destinations ala the Hobbits. Indeed, most of the filming was done in the country, particularly in the village of Hobbiton, Matamata, North Island, New Zealand.

The village which was inaugurated in 2002 as a tourist village was immediately flooded with tourists this since the film was made. Even the style of the Hobbit tour manager, Russell Alexander said, next year there will be at least 100,000 tourists who come, as seen anotherasia  , Wednesday (12/19/2012).

If true, this would be inversely proportional to the number of previous travelers. In the last 10 years, there were only about 300,000 tourists who come.

The number of tourists who will come in next year as it really could happen. In addition to natural destinations in Hobbiton are very beautiful, this tourist village now has a bar for the Hobbit, The Green Dragon.

This bar opened in late November and immediately opened by New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key. The design is very similar to the home of the Hobbits in the film. Circular doors, with thatched roofs, and the dim lighting.

Although known as the Hobbit bar, but in fact this is a public place. Everyone can get into this bar, as well as foreign tourists. So for those of you who plan on traveling to New Zealand, do not forget to come to Hobbiton and stopped at The Green Dragon.

Given this bar just opened last month, The Green Dragon is still in the stage of completing the facility. Even the plan, this bar also will serve as lodging. It is requested directly by the former Minister of Tourism New Zealand, George Hickton.

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