INTERESTING … Opera House and the iconic Iron Bridge Sydney.
on when the bus entered the city center of Sydney, Australia, the first thing the writer is crossed, the city is very clean and organized. In the midst of modern buildings and skyscrapers, embedded even some old buildings are constructed with blocks of stone, sand brown.Buses continue straight along the edge of George Road toward the next destination, the Hotel Holiday Inn in Sydney soon (Old Sydney) or also known as The Rock.
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traditional folk performances … Natural in Katoomba.
excited … Staton and his Fatboy.
IKON … Sydney Opera House
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Cute … Koala is sleeping over 20 hours day of the attraction at Taronga Zoo.
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MEMORIES … writer in Flat Rock.
BRIGHT … happy after successfully climbing to the top of the iron bridges of Sydney. li style=”position: absolute; left: 1750px; display: block;”>
FOCUS … Market City between the famous shopping center in Sydney. li style=”position: absolute; left: 2100px; display: block;”>
cheap … between a small shop in Paddy’s Market.
BRIGHT … happy after successfully climbing to the top of the iron bridges of Sydney.
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FOCUS … Market City between the famous shopping center in Sydney.
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cheap … between a small shop in Paddy’s Market.
We warmly welcomed representatives of New South Wales destinations, Marina Albert to promote Sydney as a tourist city on the continent it.
Not only his hotel luxury, very strategic position for the first time visitor to this city as penulis.Apa least, once stepping out, cross the road and down a small road, greeted our view city famous icon – the Sydney Opera House, which is included in the list of World Heritage Sites.
It might have been to Sydney but did not really take advantage of what the city offered. For those who do something different, why not try climbing to the top of Sydney Bridge?
Sydney /> iron bridge has a height of 134 meters above sea level. The writer was excited when told we would climb the Sydney bridge is 80 years old since we expect a wonderful view of the top bridge far as the eye can see.
Before the climb, each participant is required to undergo a breath test and dress like ‘overall ‘. We are also taught how to use the safety harness connected to a steel rope ladder climb over.
Workers employed by road under the bridge. There is a small part and we need to step, or walk down a little side.
Climb did not take long, nor too difficult for the first time to climb. But those who do not like heights or vertigo may feel a little ‘horror’, let alone be able to feel vibrations every time the train on the bridge. />
However, still sticking feel satisfied when you are at the top of the bridge. And once again greet the icon view of Sydney Opera House with occasional ferries carry passengers to the destination mobile. />
Just down from the bridge of iron, we were taken to the Waterfront Restaurant at Circular Quay West for lunch. Serving time is seafood such as squid, shrimp, lobster and oysters, locally known as Rock Oyster is more sweet taste. />
Another special attraction in Sydney is zoonya. Taronga Zoo has an area of 21 hectares and is located on Bradley’s Head, Mosman. For here, visitors can use the ferry from Sydney Wharf pier directly to the zoo.
Taronga Zoo houses Australia’s native animals such as several species of kangaroo, koala, wombat, Wallaby and emu, but animals active at night , platypus, also displayed here. Taronga Zoo has more than 2,600 animals of various species, making it the largest zoo in the world.
For those who like sea sports can be to Manly, destination very popular beach, located 17 kilometers from Sydney. ” br />
trip to Manly has been arranged. We have not taken a bus or ferry, but every one of us into the Blue Thunder Downunder pillion Harley Tours.
It is an exciting experience, especially high-powered motorcycle engine roaring like a Harley Davidson in the morning stillness experienced housing leads to Manly.
As the writer has more than 10 years of not riding a motorcycle, let alone experience is just as common pillion, more fun to be able to take possession Fatboy Peter Staton.
Staton who has an antique shop in the Blue Mountains are a joke saying, do not asked how old they are, but revealed he had more than 40 years riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
For those who do not like sunbathing, swim or ride the waves, can only visit a small row of shops in the town.
For the brave nor may try cuisine chef Australia, the kangaroo or crocodile meat, as well as the famous Rock oysters.
Not valid to Sydney if it does not see a performance art at the Opera House. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to watch the famous opera “La Traviata” at the amphitheater overlooking the Sydney Bridge.
Hold open the presentation on stage to give a new meaning to the words ‘this world is a stage’ for performances La favorable to the production of Traviata opera because not only every inch of the stage used for performances, but the sea can be used as performance props.
For those not fond of big cities, may travel in the Blue Mountains more enjoyable. Blue Mountains offer outdoor activities like camping or for a more spirited adventure, may take time for the activity of hiking.
Writer impressed by the people of Australia and Sydney in particular. They really care about the environment. Although much of the forest, they are disciplined hygiene. Not only that, the stack of firewood are also provided so that visitors are not cut trees indiscriminately. Travel />
managed by Australian Wild Escapes continues to Flat Rock where a flat stone slab into a strategic place to enjoy a wide view of canyon .
For a more spirited adventure, may to Scenic World, recreation center for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. Most interesting here is the funicular railway train originally used coal miners.
It’s like a roller coaster ride, but with a shorter time. Although the position of 50 degrees, you feel like going down the slope 90 degrees. />
The train ends at a wooden platform for the visitors once again enjoy great views of the canyon, especially The Three Sisters, which according to legend aborigines, three sisters, namely Meehni, Wimlah and Goonnedoo turned to three large boulders.
Many outdoor activities can be made in the Blue Mountains such as hiking to waterfalls or watch performances of indigenous people in Katoomba, and the mood was more comfortable than in Sydney.
To find halal food in Sydney is also not difficult for people of various races and nations. In fact, Malaysia foods such as roti canai and laksa are readily available.
In fact, the 360 Bar and Dining at Sydney Tower also provides a variety of foods according to taste Asian and Western tourists and serving halal chicken and beef to customers Muslims. Chef to ensure clean dishes using a special cooking equipment.
Chinatown is the easiest to find Asian food. There are two restaurants located near each other, which provides Malaysian food, but you have the patience to queue, especially at lunch time.
There is also a food court on the third floor of Market City provides a variety of building types food and the price of A $ 7-A $ 10 (RM21.80-RM31.12), you can get a big bowl of noodles, or laksa that can make you full until dinner.
Here also lies the Paddy’s Market, where tourists can get souvenirs with a cheaper price than other shops around the Harbour or George Street.
City of Sydney offers many activities for tourists who have different interests. A vibrant urban environment with the design of modern buildings and old, suitable for those with a heart for ‘city’.
For those who prefer water activities, just a ferry ride to Manly to learn to ride the waves or if you prefer camping , may be just the Blue Mountains an hour from Sydney.
Most importantly, your travel plans well in order to enjoy the activity you want when on holiday in Sydney with a comfortable and enjoyable.
After all AirAsia X, low-cost airlines now offer direct flights from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) Kuala Lumpur to Sydney International Airport can help you save travel costs and increase the budget to do activities you enjoy in Sydney.