Malaysian tour guide sees the 'real' Sydney from the Harbour Bridge


By LEESAN

Vibrant and full of character, The Rocks Market comes alive on weekends with local craftsmen, cooks, artists and other traders selling their wares to city explorers.

If I were to choose a place to settle down, Sydney in New South Wales, Australia will most definitely be my first choice. I am completely bedazzled by the unparalleled charm of this city.

Sydney is a waterborne city with strong cultural vibes. The stereotypical impression most people may have of Sydney is that it is a modern metropolis erected by Westerners, probably with a couple of beautiful churches and museums to boot. While that may be true, there is more to the city than that, of course.

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