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Concert Hall
“An icon for all who travel to Sydney from all other states and from all over the world.”
600 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
“Art lovers or hunters of interesting things will like this place. Apart from the exhibitions on-going at any particular time, the NGV has a great collection of free exhibits on display well worth the walkover. From fashion icons such as Alexander McQueen to old masters from the 1700, the NGV's free expo will have something to feed the mind as well as charm the eyes. Wear walking shoes and allow at least an afternoon. ”
460 lokale anbefaler
Shopping Mall
“Everything you could possibly need to buy in one sprawling shopping centre!”
454 lokale anbefaler
Park
“A wonderful area on the south bank of the Brisbane River and in the middle of the city. There is so much to see and do here. The best is to search the Internet for activities as there are too many to mention here.”
442 lokale anbefaler
Field
“The Botanical Gardens are a beautiful place to take a walk in nature, have a picnic, or just lay on the grass in the sun. It's a very large park with a variety of different areas to see with different plants from all around the world.”
527 lokale anbefaler
Botanical Garden
“One of the most beautiful gardens in Sydney. Take a picnic or grab lunch at the cafe and take in the incredibly beautiful Sydney Harbour. Walk on to the Sydney Opera House.”
376 lokale anbefaler
Cocktailbar
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“Potato Head: - Stunning sunset view - Three restaurants, three bars, an infinity pool and a large lawn. - Local and international DJs, and musicians. CUISINES Bar, International, Healthy MEALS Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks SPECIAL DIETS Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten-Free Options FEATURES Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer, Live Music, Waterfront, Beach, Playgrounds HOURS Sun-Sat 10:00 AM - 2:00 AM MADE HARI COMMENTS - Quickly becoming a Seminyak Institution. - Highly, highly rated Bali experience, especially for sunset drinks. - 15-20 minute walk - Less than 5-minutes by Taxi (Less than IDR30.000 by meter)”
307 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
“Brisbane's modern art museum hosting large scale exhibitions of well known and emerging artists. A beautifully designed space and a must visit in Brisbane.”
241 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Enjoy walking through native Australian bush and views of Perth City. For the early riser you can see the sun rising over the city. ”
387 lokale anbefaler
Cricket Ground
“The iconic cricket ground plays host to the famous Boxing Day test match if you are lucky to go to it. Other than that you can get tickets to see the Big Bash 20/20 cricket in summer or the AFL from March to September.”
323 lokale anbefaler
Shopping Mall
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“Big shopping mall with all popular high street and luxury brands. It has an excellent range of food outlets and a movie theatre.”
457 lokale anbefaler
Hot Spring
“This would have to be the most popular destination for those staying at the yurt... relax in the public or private baths for a few hours, followed by chill out time in the yurt.”
297 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
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“Check what's on at the Art Gallery of NSW. This beautiful building always offers multiple exhibits to suit every age group and cultural interest. It also houses a top notch restaurant and more casual cafe.”
321 lokale anbefaler
Hindu Temple
“Holy temple. If you arrive around 4 PM you can view the temple and then buy a ticket to watch Bali's famous "Kecak" (Fire) dance. Watching this "hypnotic' dance while watching the sunset on the ocean while being seated near the edge of a 70 meter cliff is really a once in a lifetime experience we know you'll enjoy!! ”
248 lokale anbefaler
Hindu Temple
“Spellbinding at sunset, this 16th century Hindu temple is built atop an outcrop of rock, a stronghold amidst crashing waves. Tanah Lot, only 20 km northwest of Kuta, is an ancient shrine to the sea; it is one of the seven sea temples all within eyesight of each other that create a chain along the Balinese southwestern coastline. Most times, especially sunset, Tanah Lot can be overrun with tourists, but the view is well worth navigating the throngs of visitors and maze of souvenir market stalls from the parking area to the ornately sculpted temple gate. For a more culturally immersive experience, head to Tanah Lot if you’re in Bali around the time for the Tanah Lot piodalan, the anniversary ceremony. The piodalan falls on the wednesday after kuningan at the end of Galungan holiday in Bali. Local worshipers and even pilgrims from other parts of Indonesia come to pray and serve offerings at the temple, and the vibrant colors and rituals are truly a sight to behold. Non-Balinese are not allowed to enter the temple, so soak up the sights from the rocky shore. At low tide, a sandy beach is revealed and provides passage to the temple. Otherwise, the temple sits like a lonely little island when the high tide comes washing in. The temple is a religious site, so remember to wear clothing that covers up your knees and shoulders. Entrance fees are at IDR60,000 for adults and IDR30,000 for children, while parking for cars/motorbikes are at IDR5,000/2000.”
252 lokale anbefaler
Market
“The Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The Queen Victoria Market is the largest and most intact surviving 19th century market in the city. Market selling food, clothing & more.”
388 lokale anbefaler