Sydney has a style all of its own. Endowed with natural beauty, inspiring arts and culture, a dynamic scene and an exuberant spirit, Sydney is an unforgettable place to explore.
The harbour foreshore is home to many of Sydney’s leading attractions, from Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Opera House to The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Aquarium and wild Life Sydney. Just take your pick..
You can also spoilt for choice when it comes to coastal experiences, whether it’s relaxing on the sand of Bondi or Manly, exploring clifftops and ocean views via coastal trails and boardwalks, or enjoying a gourmet ‘brekkie’ and to quality coffee at one of the perfectly placed beach side cafe.
The city is well known for its fashion edge. Ladies, this is a must do when you come to Sydney! Whether you’re looking for quirky homespun designs, timeless vintage clothing or world-class fashion from leading international designers, you’ll find it here. Despite the currency rate of Aussie Dollar is extremely high now, i still managed to grab some clothes that i like with reasonable price and within my budget! So no regret.
Sydney boats a rich and fascinating history too. Indigenous people have lived here for more than 45,000 years and the area is dotted with ancient Aboriginal cultural sites. The city hosts a rich diversity of art, music and theater and Sydney’s art scene is one of the most vibrant in Australia, with local artists showing alongside global masters.
With its sparkling harbour waters, cosmopolitan cafe culture and mix of nationalities, it’s not hard to find fabulous meals in Sydney. From fresh seafood on the water’s edge to fine dining in the CBD, with the many flavours of the world in between, this city has it all.
Me standing in front of Sydney Opera House
What is CBD?
When you hear locals talk about ‘CBD’, they’re talking about the city of Sydney itself. The initials stand for ‘central business district’ and the area encompasses everything from The rocks and Circular Quay, to the end of George Street. Main streets include George, Pitt, Castlereagh and Kent, along which you’ll find the shopping arcades, restaurants, bars and nightclubs that keep the city vibrant.
Contrasting with the Opera House’s undulating sails is the dramatic steel presence of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
More stories to share on my wonderful holiday in Sydney. Stay tuned!