Thursday, August 12, 2010

I thought I was in China instead of Australia

Where was i? I thought I was in China. I was surrounded by Chinese. They spoke Mandarin. They were very fashionable, wearing nice jackets and high boots. But, i can see lots of Mat Salleh too.

Welcome to the China Town of Sydney
Singapore BBQ Pork in China Town, Sydney

Chinese stuff with chinese name

Chinese Food Court ( even in Chinese name)- who would think that it was in Sydney?

Chinese noodle & rice- very big portion!!! AIUD 10

You can get any chinese food there

China Town, Chinese face

Have you tried Xinjiang before? Anyway, not really my cup of tea.

The weather was so good. It was a best time to have a walk around Sydney city especially Darling Harbour and Circular Quay.

Obviously everyone also shared the same thinking and Sydney was packed with HUMAN. Actually it is really a great leisure to walk in cool weather especially there is not sweating and not hot.

Gorgeous blue sky & small fountain

What a relaxing place..

Other than Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World also located in Darling Harbour. We have not visited them because the tickets look like pretty expensive. Single entry to Wildlife world for adult is $34.99( about RM 105). But, Sydney Wildlife World really seem very interesting. It has 3 levels and exhibits more than 130 different species of Australian animals. wow..... Maybe next time.

In order to attract more visitors to most of the 'educational' places, there come out with a promo which are :
Explore 4 Combo Pass ( $ 49.99)
  • for Single entry to Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Sdyney Tower and Oceanworld Manly
  • valid for 3 months

Unlimited Adventure Pass ( $ 59.99)
  • Same as above except it is not single entry, but unlimited entry to those 4 places until 30th June 2011. (wow~ what a great deal)

Annual Adventure Pass ( $ 69.99)
  • 12 months unlimited entry to those 4 places
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Xjion89 said...

wow, really Chinese-ified already~~~
thanks goodness i know Chinese~~

Anonymous said...

thanks for the info