Posts Tagged ‘Sydney’
The Westin Sydney is set in an 1844 building with a modern annexe, combining Sydney’s original General Post Office and a modern 31 storey tower to provide a total of 416 rooms and suites with a choice of contemporary or heritage rooms.
The award-winning Westin Sydney delivers a 5 star experience t (Read more...)
So we arrived in Sydney after our Gold Coast Trip. After checking into our dorm (which was surprisingly a very good experience), we head to the rocks market. It was raining but luckily the market was opened.
You can find all kind of crafts inside. Ling bought a necklace there too!
Headed to T (Read more...)
In this volume of the travel photobook, I went to the Blue mountain and i’m really impressed by what the nature can provide. Spent almost a day there and the experience was great. Do go for the complete package for the unlimited bus ride around the town, cable car and scenic ride not to be mi (Read more...)
In this volume of the travel photobook, you will get to see the impressive architecture of the University of Sydney, market at the Market City, Taronga Zoo and a nice cafe found in there.
About this Travel Photobook
After my first trip outside a country in (Read more...)
I love zoos but their remote locations usually make them quite a trip to Mars. Not Taronga Zoo though. Located just a 15-minute boat ride from downtown Sydney at Circular Quay, the city's resident wildlife attraction is as easily accessible as a dog's tongue fi (Read more...)
Our crib for the night at Blue Mountains was Fairmont Resort, a luxe pad by Accor under its upscale MGallery Collection. Perched by the edge of a mountain plateau of Leura Village's upper grounds, the resort's prime seat amongst nature's landscaping maste (Read more...)
Unfolding itself across 11,400 km² of Sydney's western inland, the Blue Mountains is roughly 16 times the size of Singapore, which makes it a mammoth feat to experience all of that nature in a single day. So for a comprehensive adventure in the mountains, (Read more...)
"Blue Mountains is not a mountain," declared Tim Tranter, our veteran bush walking guide. "Because there are no peaks here, but a series of plateaus." If he had his way, he would rename this central green lung of Sydney the "Uplifted Blue Dissected Plateau". It (Read more...)
Watching cooking shows, I've always reserved a suspicion about the taste factor of those resulting dishes that look so delectable on screen. So I was pretty psyched about eating at Jamie's Italian in Sydney, not because of the celebrity chef's namesake, I haven (Read more...)
For some, breaking a sweat during a vacation is taboo. Sports and strenuous physical activities should never find a place in the itinerary unless it involves trekking from one shopping mall to another. Or from one restaurant to the next. Yet for others, adventu (Read more...)