Another big attraction here is Sydney Fish Market, located on Blackwattle Bay. The Sydney Fish Market has a working fishing port, wholesale fish market, fresh seafood retail market, it is the world’s second largest seafood market. Every item here was so fresh and looks scrumptious, this is better than Aquarium because you not only can see fishes but touch and eat them here. Let the photos speak of themselves.
Here we at the fishy smell of a fish market.
Check out the lobster, I get to touch it but cannot eat it.
Crab, so many crab.
Mountain of fresh oysters.
They have fishes from salmon.
They are so orange, like toys to me.
The fish market not only sell seafood here, they also got a bakery and a gift shop.
Various of menu for you to choose here, they even labeled in Chinese, can imagine how many Chinese people they targeting here.
This is so convenient you get to eat them fresh here, array of seafood to choose from and you can buy them back to cook yourself. Too bad I not having lunch here!
The last shop is a fruit and vegetable market.
Cherry picked here, it was so sweet that your mouth is full with juicy.
Look at the super huge cheese on the right, how many years I can eat there.
Next stop at the ANZ stadium, was opened in 1999 in time for 2000 Summer Olympic Games.
The 19 light towers along the Olympic Boulevard have many solar panels that collect sunlight during the day to power the lights at night, the first ECO stadium in the world.
Lunch time and we eating kangaroo meat. So you want to know what does it taste like? I would say that it’s a taste like venison, some say like beef meat, well I don't eat beef.
After kangaroo meat we visit Katoomba Scenic World.
Down here with Scenic Railway Train like a mini roller coaster! All you will hear are screams of terrified passengers!
Blue Mountains in the mist.
Katoomba's Coal Mine, explore the walkway through the forest to learn about the valley’s physical features and history of coal mining.
Three Sisters sculpture, there is a true story behind this three sisters.
The Aboriginal dream-time legend has it that three sisters, ‘Meehni’, ‘Wimlah’ and Gunnedoo’ lived in the Jamison Valley as members of the Katoomba tribe.
These beautiful young ladies had fallen in love with three brothers from the Nepean tribe, yet tribal law forbade them to marry.
The brothers were not happy to accept this law and so decided to use force to capture the three sisters causing a major tribal battle.
As the lives of the three sisters were seriously in danger, a witchdoctor from the Katoomba tribe took it upon himself to turn the three sisters into stone to protect them from any harm. While he had intended to reverse the spell when the battle was over, the witchdoctor himself was killed. As only he could reverse the spell to return the ladies to their former beauty, the sisters remain in their magnificent rock formation as a reminder of this battle for generations to come.
We on top of the greatest recreation Blue Mountain and the Three Sisters just in front of us. Freezing here and I can't feel my mouth and fingers.
Unfortunately it's raining day and full of mist, we miss out the majestic view of the Three Sisters.
It's time for gambling, come to Sydney Star City Casino.
Inside the casino, there are table games, electronic gaming, Baccarat, Keno and more.
This casino tiger machine help me win back my Australia trip money, what a boring dreaming day.
Dinner at Star City Garden Buffet, the buffet was surprisingly good.
There are Asian foods like stir fries and Indian curries. The seafood selection consisted of fresh prawns and oysters.
At night going to Chinatown for a walk, quite happening here.
Mostly Chinese shops and so many taiwan snacks here.
Hey they sell furry jackets!
Instead of food, you even can get toys and gadgets here.
Our Malaysia mamak, quite possibly has the longest queues of any restaurant in Sydney here.