For many who live the busy lifestyle of Sydney’s central business district, a space for calmness and restoration is a treat.
Together with the recurring colours of gold and aqua and soft wafting music background, being in G&Tea is a calming experience.
The feeling of inspiration and creativity sparked when you use Canva is channeled into its recently launched venue in Surry Hills.
Recently opening in the bustling precinct of Burwood Chinatown, the menu options for lunch and dinner are mouthwatering.
A particularly memorable section of Lotte Duty Free shopping centre is tucked away on the third floor. Walking inside the LED-lit entrance, you get the feeling that something special awaits.
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When you enter from its ground floor, you will notice walls plastered with Chinese newspaper cuttings.
There are few things more inviting than a grill laid with sizzling cuts of marinated beef and pork.
With these foodies to guide you, the choice of where to eat will be easy.
We’re a big fan of the charcoal grill. Flames would lick the surface and sometimes roar upwards
Kim, our pilot, warmed up our flight passengers both literally (he operated the fire) and with his words.
Right from when you walk into the restaurant, you’ll appreciate a funky, authentic vibe to its atmosphere.
Over 3 colour-splashed floors, The Village Hostel features both shared and private rooms.
Cica Skin Care offers a range of services which are non-invasive and designed to refresh your appearance.
Tokyo Canteen combines the concept of cafe and restaurant in a cozy space.
Xi’an Dumpling & Noodle Bar is a small eatery on Sussex St, within a minute’s walk to Sydney Chinatown.
What impressed us about Hansang is that it doesn’t try too much on appearances.
The suburb of Dickson is home to Chinese, Korean, Malaysian, Indian, and Vietnamese cuisine.
The interior is inviting with meaningful artwork hung on the walls.
Rhodes Central is a trendy precinct filled with dining, shopping, health, and lifestyle opportunities.
Ever BBQ serves food inspired by Dongbei (north-east) Chinese cuisine.
There is a sense of ease and relaxed creativity inside the Japanese restaurant and bar.
If you are searching for casual dining that won’t stretch your budget, Canberra’s CBD has no shortage of options.
The restaurant is themed in a way that transports you into one of Macau’s glamorous casinos.
We loved that their famous Spicy Pork Bone Soup literally outgrew the height of the stone pot it was served in.
These destinations are full of authentic Asian food, with cuisines including Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese.
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