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  • Melbourne, with my loves

    by Bangsar Babe

    Last month, Jien and I took a short break from the chaos of work and visited Melbourne with May Anne in tow. It was our first time visiting this city and we got plenty of recommendations from friends and some of Bangsar Babe’s followers. Melbourne has a pretty good mix…

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  • Vivid Sydney 2015

    by Bangsar Babe

    I was invited to Vivid Sydney last week; the city’s annual festival of light, music and creative ideas. Now seven years running, Vivid Sydney 2015 spans across five precincts where visitors can enjoy the Vivid Light, Vivid Music and Vivid Live programmes through pop-up installations and light shows. Owned and…

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  • Blue Mountains, Sydney

    by Bangsar Babe

    Like the Sydney Harbour Cruise, part of the three attractions I visited using the iVenture Card was Blue Mountains. The explorer bus tour starts from Katoomba and allows you to hop on and off at your own leisure. There are 29 attractions at Blue Mountains so you basically choose the…

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  • Hunter Valley Tour, Sydney

    by Bangsar Babe

    One of the few things that excited me about Sydney was the Hunter Valley Tour, which I insisted on going and dragged my sister along. The tour isn’t cheap; I remember paying about AUD125 per person and that includes hotel pickup to Hunter Valley and three winery visits. The vineyards…

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  • Sydney Harbour Cruise

    by Bangsar Babe

    rif and I went for a harbour cruise when we visited Sydney and it was one of the best experiences we had in the city. Weather was great, which allowed for good photo-taking and I got to really see Sydney for all her beauty. We were also lucky because we…

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  • Nonna’s

    by Bangsar Babe

    Harbour Town in Gold Coast is known for its affordable designer goods, similar to Bicester Village in London. I found Harbour Town less exciting compared to the latter, save for the Ralph Lauren store as it had smaller sizes. Come lunchtime, we stopped at Nonna’s, an eatery that boasts three…

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