4 Sensational Sydney Sights

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales, Australia and ranks as one of the best cities to live in and visit in the world. This urban city that lies on the south-east coast of Australia has it all – breathtaking natural beauty, mild winters and warm summers, a beautifully designed harbor, scrumptious dining options, dynamic arts and culture, fascinating fashion and more. The list goes on with all that Sydney offers, making it an exceptional tourist destination.

Sydney has a wonderful mix of cosmopolitan and international population – it is a melting pot of cultures from all over the world with a large migrant population of Indians and Middle Easterners, making it very Halal friendly. It is a great tourist destination for Muslim travelers with halal friendly restaurants serving Lebanese, authentic Asian fusion and traditional Malaysian dishes to name a few and has several mosques/prayer facilities that are situated just a few kilometers away from the main attractions.

Here are four sensational sights that Sydney has to offer, which are perfect for Muslim travelers:

Sydney Opera House: Probably the most iconic symbol of Sydney and Australia, the Sydney Opera House is a performing arts theatre located close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the shore of the Sydney Harbour. Tourists can take a guided tour through the halls of the beautifully designed Opera House, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sydney Harbour Bridge: Another must visit attraction in Sydney is the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which is a remarkable engineering feat. Tourists can take a stroll around the harbor and view the gorgeous arch-based design of the bridge and take tours around the base of the bridge. Those who are particularly fit and adventurous and not afraid of heights can even take a guided climb over the bridge for uninterrupted panoramas of Sydney city.

Sydney Harbour Cruise: One of the best ways to take in all that Sydney Harbour has to offer is to hop on a ferry from Circular Quay and view the iconic landmarks of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You could even opt for a cruise or chartered voyage and explore the Sydney Harbour Islands.

Royal Botanical Gardens: Situated in the heart of the city, this 30 hectare oasis is situated at the edge of the Harbour in one of the most spectacular positions of the city. It is home to several plant species from Australia and overseas, and is perfect to walk through and enjoy nature.

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Aalia Mahdi
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