Sydney it’s an incredibly diverse city, looking around the city like it wasn’t dominated by single race here, which was impressive. 8hr midnight flight which is kinda bored, sleep on the plane is the pain, but having supper and breakfast on the plane is sweet. Reach Sydney around 10am in the next morning, the time difference between Sydney and Kuala Lumpur is -3hr, not use to it yet and our journey begin the moment we sit on the bus, and here comes some of the best pictures taken during the the first day in Sydney.
The first place to visit was Mrs Macquaire's Chair, also known as Lady Macquarie's Chair. I couldn't exactly sit in here chair right?
The city of Sydney.
Crowed of kindergarten students just arrive while we leaving, they're exciting.
What will they learn here? Forest?
Never forgot the natural shot, ducklings.
The Sydney Opera House is still one of the best artworks ever and also a must visit when you come to Sydney!
Harbour Bridge is also one of the most well known sights in the world.
Double Decker Tour Bus.
A Christmas tree made entirely of recycled bicycles.
Some street performance, he dressed like aboriginal, playing traditional instrument on the street.
Near Sydney cove, waiting to board Captain Cook Cruise to explore the natural harbor. Obviously this ship is not Captain Cook Cruise because it is three size of it.
Ships at the National Maritime Museum, check out HMAS Vampire (D11), it was the third of three Australian-built Daring-class destroyers serving in the Royal Australian Navy.
Entering the reputation as one of the largest aquariums in the world, err... second in the world now.
Moon Jelly fish.
Look at this huge Dugong swimming in the new Mermaid Lagoon display.
Sharks! They really were so amazing to watch.
I wish I had this big fish tank like in my house.