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Tiger-flanked archways on Dixon Street mark the entrance to the “little Asia” of Sydney. A walk through Chinatown is a feast for the senses where aromas, tastes, sounds and visions of dancing tigers transport you to a different world. Chinatown visitors can expect a melting pot of Asian food at the neighbourhood's specialty delis and groceries. From yum cha to handmade noodles, BBQ ducks hanging in the window to Asian sweets and bakeries, there is something for all tastes. Paddy’s Markets is the largest flea market in Sydney where you can find souvenirs, clothing, gifts and fruit and vegetables at unbeatable prices. At night, Chinatown comes alive with entertainment including theatre, nightclubs and bars that are open until the early morning.
If you are expecting expansive green lawns and flower beds than you will have to think again. This is an ornamental garden featuring ponds of koi (some are strikingly beautiful and large) and trees and shrubs nestled amongst Chinese statues and pavillions. The lower walk is wheelchair accessible and provides a pleasant stroll around the ponds with plenty of places...
"A Modern Catholic Church in the Sydney Business District"
reviewed 31 January 2017 by VW49
We were delighted to discover this church so close to our hotel. After so much sightseeing, it gave us a nice, quiet location for spiritual reflection. The modern design was quite unusual and beautiful. The gift shop also offered very nice religious items.
While walking we found the Central Baptist Church. It was huge! The entrance was perfect for kings and queens. Very attractive.
Some kids were enjoying looking at the Christmas tree.After all it was the beginning of January.
I was impressed.
The church was dark brown with large windows. Cool.
Worthwhile to see!
Went there for a graduation ceremony. Sweating before and after whilst just standing and talking - not good enough for this venue. Management needs to adjust the set points to allow for the outside temperature and number of guests expected. A pity as the venue design was great.
"A great introduction to the wildlife in the forest both during the day and night"
reviewed 1 week ago by BNK40
We took the all day wildlife tour. It was great and our guide Zoe was wonderful. We saw a lot of wildlife from the coach and walking through the forests. Emu, 18 wombats, a Bird of paradise, lots of kangaroos and wallabies. We saw several species of possum during the night walking tour. The lunch and dinner that were included...
We had a short wait before being seated at the restaurant and after sampling the food it made sense why! The menu is delightful, the service is excellent and the staff are helpful and informative. We got a range of dishes and each one was mouth watering and inexpensive. Seemingly a well known Malaysian restaurant in Sydney it also has...
The servings look small, but are filling.
I had the salted caramel, and it was smooth and creamy, but did lack the lumps of salted caramel you usually expect. But hey, the magic of this is great.
My partner and I have been eyeing this restaurant for quite some time now! Tried their Pad Thai and Chili Basil Beef and it is absolutely scrumptious!!!!!!! Staff are nice and welcoming plus good value for money as well! Definitely my to go to Thai on the city for something quick, delicious, and good feeling :)
Just visited this food hall in China town. I must admit I was apprehensive at first due to the nature of the seating. Canteen like tables that you have to share with other diners, but as tonight was a Monday it was pretty quiet and we managed to get a table to our self, so we gave it a try...
This place was a nice surprise. Very central. Lovely rooms. Spotlessly clean. The coffee machine in the foyer a bonus and the staff were extra helpful and friendly. I would definitely stay there again.
Great value -- the hotel was reasonably priced and convenient. It was great to have kitchen and fitness center (though small one). Oven would be nice. Was sometimes a little noisy at night with the street noise so be sure to have earplugs if a light sleeper
Staff were great, the room was clean, the beds were comfortable. We travelled with toddlers and the staff interaction with them was amazing. Room service was awesome. Pool and gym access. Walking distance to cbd. Central station 5 minutes walk. Close to Chinatown, Paddys Markets, UTS, Woolworths Haymarket. Plenty of dining options close by.
For the price you’re paying and the location within CBD you’re in, it’s worthwhile. The area around it is horrendous and the rooms reek of a musty smell. Wifi is also horrendous so heads-up if you’re there for work.
It was Great stay! So close to Sydney central. Across the road.
King size bed, very clean rooms. Adequate bathroom. And Quiet.
11am checkout, was super!
Reasonable rates, especially on sale.