March 23, 2018

Exploring Sydney

Sydney Opera House


Trip to Sydney and Flying with the Princess of Thailand in THAI First Class

Review: Conrad Beijing Executive Corner Room
Photo Review: Air China International Business Class Lounge, T3E (PEK)
Review: ANA B787 Business Class, Beijing to Tokyo
Video Review: ANA Suite Lounge Gate 110, Tokyo Haneda (HND)
Review: THAI B747 First Class, Tokyo to Bangkok Flying with the Princess of Thailand
Video Review: THAI Royal First Lounge, Bangkok Airport (BKK)
Review: Silver Kris Lounge, Bangkok Airport (BKK)
Review: THAI B747 First Class, Bangkok to Sydney
Exploring Sydney
Photo Review: SilverKris Lounge, Sydney Airport (SYD)
Photo Review: Air New Zealand International Lounge, Sydney (SYD)
Photo Review: Airport Business Lounge 1 Moscow (DME)

Video from my YouTube Channel 📺 


My THAI flight from Bangkok landed in Sydney at 7am and thanks to the ePassport service, Fast Track and efficient transportation system in Sydney, I was at the hotel a little past 8am. The Singelresor group had a full day tour of Sydney starting at 8:30am so I was glad to have arrived early and joined them. Below are some of the pictures from the places we visited during our three-night stay in Sydney including other places we visited during our free time.

Sydney Opera House: No visit to Sydney is complete without admiring the Sydney Opera House's beautiful architecture.

Tour inside the Sydney Opera House

Harbour Bridge

Taking any of the ferry trips

Sydney Tower

Fantastic views from Sydney Tower's observation deck

St. Mary's Cathedral Sydney

Royal Botanic Garden

Darling Harbour

Bondi Beach

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Blue Mountains

Customs House

The Hero of Waterloo (a sandstone pub)

Old houses

Harry's Cafe de Wheels: An iconic pie cart in Woolloomooloo where famous celebrities have eaten 😉

Kings Cross with the Coca Cola billboard sign

Sydney Town Hall

Inside the Queen Victoria Building with the Year of the Dog digital frames 🐕

The Strand Arcade, with it's Victorian style architecture

China Town

Sydney's Paddy's Markets (it is open Wednesday to Sunday so plan your visit)

Pavlova (named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova) which is originally from Australia ... or New Zealand 😉

Taking a tram

Gay Pride

It was Gay Pride week during our visit so there were lots of Rainbow flags everywhere 🌈🌈🌈



An "angel" from heaven 👼

Gay Pride parade 😍