The highlights of my Melbourne trip... frolicking horses roaming around the down town city is like time traveling back to the 19th century of Victorian England. This photo I took of the famous Flinder Street station captures the paradox of modern advancement with old cultural heritage all in one photo. The new trams speedily go up and down the street whereas the horses slowly gallop and take on tourists. Only in Melbourne where you can see such a paradox.
The second highlight is obviously the coffee! Best coffee in TOWN. Best coffee in the world! This was a free cup of coffee I’ve received at the Fine Foods Exhibition which is held annually at Southbank (but I’m not sure if it’s still happening this year due to Covid).
All artsy cultural loving people should definitely
pay a visit to Melbourne. It is full of art, heritage, amazing coffee and lovely people.
Chinatown (Chinese: 墨爾本華埠) is an ethnic enclave in the Central Business District (CBD) of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.Step through the grand red gates of Melbourne's Chinatown and enter a whole new world of Asian cuisine, karaoke, cocktail bars and fashion boutiques
There is plenty of camping space around the large hut and the site also includes a public hut for overnight accommodation. It is part of the Great Ocean road. A 900 metres trail loops around crushed rock and bitumen surface, with ocean views and attractions such as the Razorback and Island Arch
Degraves Street 附近的小巷, ( near Flinders Lane ) 是很熱鬧的咖啡店街, 露天茶座坐滿了人, 更有一段小巷是特別熱鬧的, 很多人在買包, 濟滿食客, 有些是遊客, 有些是工作階層。 #美食#墨爾本
The Block Arcade is an historic shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Constructed between 1891 and 1893, it is considered one of the late Victorian era's finest shopping arcades and ranks among Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions. #shopping arcade #melbourne