Flights to Sydney

The most populous city in Australia, Sydney is a city filled with amazing surprises.  A key landmark of the city and Australia itself, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world’s largest steel arch bridge, and is affectionately known as the ‘Coathanger’ by locals because of its arch-based design. At the Pylon Lookout towards the south-eastern end of the bridge, you will be treated to a breath-taking view from the top in addition to an exhibition showcasing the bridge.

While in Sydney, most would definitely check out the World Heritage Site that is the Sydney Opera House. One of the world’s most well-known performing arts and culture venues, it is home to some 1,600 performances annually, including areas such as ballet, theatre, dance, music, comedy, children’s shows, and talks. The distinctive architecture of the building, with its soaring white roofs shaped as sails, continues to draw international acclaim. As a dominant feature of Sydney Harbour, this is one attraction you should definitely visit.

You might be interested in knowing that Sydney is home to some of Australia’s best markets. A trip to the markets in Sydney features fresh food, fashionable items such as resin jewellery and Ugg boots, vintage pieces, and even free entertainment. Head to The Rocks Markets, which is home to more than 200 stalls, or Sydney Growers market - the city’s biggest produce market. For markets with a more artistic flavour, Glebe Markets, Rozelle Weekend Markets, and Paddington Markets are some recommended options.

Getting Around Sydney

Getting around Sydney is generally easy with the excellent public transport system. You could take a City Circle train, the Monorail, bus, or ferry. You could even make your way by walking around the city centre. Alternatively, you could give the City Sightseeing Hop-On-Hop-Off bus service a try, as it is an inexpensive way of visiting most of the main tourist attractions in the Sydney city centre as well as those in Bondi.

Getting To Sydney

Flights from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney are readily available with 18 airlines flying this route and 74 such flights weekly. To get from the airport to the city centre, the train is a popular option. Do note that the Airport Line goes to every city centre station except Martin Place. The taxi is another option, and the journey to the city takes about 20 to 40 minutes.

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