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Flights from Perth Airport

Perth is a cosmopolitan city with a seamless blend of nature and cityscapes, with an inexhaustible number of things to do. Not unlike the city, Perth airport is also easy to navigate and well-equipped with facilities to cater to various types of travellers. Getting around its terminals is also convenient with the airport’s free transfer bus service.

To get to the airport from the city, take the Perth Airport Connect shuttle, a bus service that will pick visitors up or drop them off at any one of the five locations in the city for a small fee. Alternatively, public buses and taxis are also readily available to connect visitors from the city centre to Perth Airport.

However, before leaving Perth, see that you have not missed out on some of these fabulous attractions!

Perth Airport’s Viewing Platform

Looking for something to do in Perth Airport? Take a peek from the airport’s Viewing Platform, the closest you can get to watch planes take off and land without actually getting on one. The platform has been designed to be educational and interesting, making it a great place to relax for the entire family.

Cottesloe Beach

You should not leave Perth before at least taking a stroll down Perth’s most popular beach – Cottesloe Beach. Apart from exquisite surfing opportunities and glorious sunsets, Cottesloe Beach also hosts an annual sculpture exhibition, Sculpture by the Sea, where more than 70 artists come together to exhibit their work.

Western Australian Museum Perth

Located a short drive away from Perth Airport is the Western Australian Museum Perth. Visitors should take advantage of the museum’s free entry to discover more about the cultural history of Western Australia. The museum hosts fascinating exhibitions on the lives and stories of the Aborigines, providing a great opportunity for visitors to find out about more about the indigenous culture in Australia.

If you still hunger for more adventure, visit some of these exciting destinations:

Hong Kong

Packed with dining and entertainment opportunities, Hong Kong is an energetic city and a favourite amongst tourists. Attractions such as the Hong Kong Disneyland and Madame Tussauds Hong Kong will captivate families for hours. Also check out, the Temple Street Night Market, a noisy and fun street bazaar offering local food and wares. Don’t miss out on walking the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, where you can find a prime view of the spectacular Hong Kong skyline.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai is an interesting and unique mix of modern, gleaming skyscrapers alongside expansive desert landscapes. Nowhere else can you go dune driving in the glowing sands one day, and spend the next in a giant mall that’s home to approximately 1,200 stores, an ice rink and an aquarium.

Singapore

Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, but it contains a lot more than its size suggests. From a thriving nightlife to beautiful temples, Singapore’s multicultural nature is present in all its attractions. Spend a day at Sentosa, where you can find sandy beaches and participate in engaging activities, or take a walk down the Singapore River at night, where you can experience a memorable skyline created by the city’s beautifully lit buildings.

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