You can now fly to Sydney with Malaysia Airlines for fares starting at RM1,969.
Known for their fresh seafood and local produce, be prepared for a gastronomical adventure with our top picks:
1. Dessert - Taste the world famous Strawberry Watermelon Cake at Black Star Pastry
If you have a sweet tooth, you absolutely have to visit Black Star Pastry. On top of what is rumoured to be the most Instagrammed cake in the world, you can also savour multiple sweet specials that are created seasonally, using only the freshest, local ingredients!
2. Coffee - Get your caffeine fix at Coffee Alchemy
You know the coffee must be good when even the locals are lining up for a cup! Coffee Alchemy serves single-origin coffees and house blends in their cozy, sleek cafe.
Address: 24 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW
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If you'd like to have more picks as a serial café hopper, Surry Hills is a short 10-minute drive away. Its known as the go-to area for hipster cafés where you can spend an entire day at cosy cafés for delicious brunch and delectable doses of caffeine.
3. Fresh seafood - Succulent oysters, fresh sashimi slices, and all the seafood you could possibly eat at the Sydney Fish Market
The Sydney Fish Market is the largest working market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere! Arrive early at 5.30pm to witness the exciting fish auction happen before you, or save room in your stomach for a big seafood lunch on the wharf.
Go all out tasting the freshest Sydney Rock oysters, sashimi, sushi donuts, and fish and chips, or pop into the café, bakery, gourmet deli, or grocer there too.
4. Brunch - Eat "The Best Scrambled Eggs In The World" at Bills
Bills is best known for their creamy scrambled eggs, fluffy ricotta hotcakes, and corn fritters. You can also get amazing smoothies that include fresh ingredients like mango, avocado, cucumber, almond milk, and aloe.
Address: 79 Hall Street, Bondi Beach NSW | 433 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst |
359 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW
5. Tramsheds Harold Park - Step into top-class restaurants, cafes and bars in a European-inspired food hall
The Tramsheds Harold Park is one of Sydney's newest food destinations housed in what was once the bustling Rozelle Tramways Depot built in 1904. Spot the green Sydney tram when you're there!
Choose from a wide variety of food options - restaurants, cafes, and bars including Garcon, Butcher and the Farmer for prime cuts, Dust bakery, Flour Eggs Water for home-made pasta, Naked Foods, Gelato Messina and Sir Chapel Brewery. Make a reservation just to be safe!
In addition to the good eats, tick these once-in-a-lifetime activities off your bucket list:
Swim in the one of the most photographed ocean pools in the world by Bondi Beach at the Bondi Icebergs Club.
You can also use the club's sauna and other facilities with your entrance ticket. Look at that view!
Have a picnic at Wendy's Secret Garden. Not only is it gorgeous and allows you to enjoy your meal with a stunning view of Sydney Harbour, it also has a heart-warming story. The secret garden was created by Wendy Whitley when she lost her husband, Australian artist Brett Whitely in 1992. Through her loss, she funnelled her love and grief into transforming a disused, derelict train yard space into a place of beauty.
Stay active by paddle-boarding at Camp Cove, kayaking in the harbour, or soak up the local culture by taking an Aboriginal-owned tour. The possibilities are endless!
There's just so much to experience at Sydney! What are you waiting for?
Let Malaysia Airlines take you there and enjoy these perks while you travel:
- 40kg allocated baggage for Business Class
- 30kg allocated baggage for Economy Class
- Selection delicious in-flight meals according to your dietary requirements
- Endless in-flight entertainment that includes over 90 movies and 70 TV programmes
Get the full details here.
Fly in style and comfort with Malaysia Airlines. Check out the flights now!
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