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This was a paradise within a paradise.You have to spend some time in this garden just to wash your soul with peace and happiness .It reminds me the novel of Shibumi )))
- National/State Park
Sydney has a thriving Chinatown just Southeast of Darling Harbour. It's a great place to get a bite to eat or to buy cheaper souvenirs than you would find at the Circular Quay or Darling Harbour.
- Arts and Culture
- Budget Travel
- Food and Dining
The Chinese Garden
A beautiful, tranquil oasis in the middle of the city. The garden is well set out, there are very few tourists there (although we did go in the winter!) and the tea house serves great tea!
Chinatown is great. Tons of great Asian food at reasonable prices and many are open late into the night. A short walk from the central rail station or from Darling Harbour.
Chinatown is near to Paddy's market, so drop by when you are free............... This chinatown is just a small stretch of street, selling chinese food and also some of the chinese medicine.
Guards at ChinaTown Entrance
Lovely statues at the China Town entrance.. They must symbolize 'Guarding the Entrance' (Please correct me if I am wrong)
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