Category Archives: Australia

Amazing Sydney @ 8 days 7 night

Our trip to Sydney, 8 days 7 night – time to kill in a single city for such long really scratching my head. Lucky part is Sydney is a interesting city,  in which we could visit every single corner of … Continue reading

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Manly Ocean Seafood @ Fresh & Cooked

Manly Ocean Foods is a tiny storefront but it definitely will catch your eye when you see a long queue of people, in which it is a sign that the food is delicious. It was a wonderful surprise to have … Continue reading

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Black Star Pastry @ Need No Introduction

Black Star Pastry’s signature – the Strawberry Watermelon Cake, which propelled the bakery café to almost-international fame. It’s one of those places that if you’ve been to, you’ll either conclude it’s awesome or overhyped. If you haven’t been, it’s one of … Continue reading

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Pancake on the Rock @ Never Closed

It is hardly to resist the wave from Pancake on the Rock if you are in Sydney. Looking at the name itself, you may think that they only serve pancake instead.  But, when you check on their menu, they actually serve … Continue reading

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Melbourne Central – One stop shopping, dining & entertainment complex

If you like your shopping under the one roof, make Melbourne Central your first port of call. Melbourne Central is easily accessed via the city loop station beneath it, or the many trams in Swanston Street. It is on the free … Continue reading

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Federation Square – Unique cultural precinct in the heart of Melbourne

Since opening in 2002, more than 100 millions visitors had mark it as must visited place in Melbourne. It recently also been named the 6th Best Public Square of the World in a list of 10 international icons including Naghsh-e Jahaan Square … Continue reading

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Dae Jang Geum Korean BBQ – Eating Korean in Melburone

This is the 3rd day we were in town. After venturing Western cuisine (Greek food –  Stalactites, fish & chip, burgers – Grill D), it is time to try some Asia cuisine in Melbourne. Then we decided for Korean BBQ … Continue reading

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Princes Bridge – Walk across like a Melbournians

Princes Bridge is marvelous by itself. A historical bridge was built in 1888 and it can lead you to the iconic Federal Square and Flinders Street Railway Station at north bank and also National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Royal Botanic … Continue reading

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Flinders Street Railway Station – Meet me under the clocks

Flinders Street railway station is Australia’s oldest train station. It is Melbourne city icon with its distinctive yellow facade and green copper dome. Before Federation Square took the honours, Flinders Street Station was Melbourne’s favourite meeting place, hence the catchphrase ‘meet … Continue reading

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Queen Victoria Market – Kitchen for every Melbournians

The Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares (17 acres) is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The first shop we went – Market Lane Coffee. The coffee taste is sophisticated and keeps you … Continue reading

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