Perth, West Australia's City of Lights

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Perth, capital of West Australia, sits where the Swan River meets the southern coast. Sandy beaches line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mt. Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. Perth has emerged as a most popular visitor destination because of its spectacular green parks, glittering skyscrapers, beach and the adventure world. Perth rises to eighth on world’s best city and it is one of the most liveable city. The peak season is from September to November as it has spring time and sunny days are uninterrupted by rain and is comparatively less humid. Perth is also home to Kings Parkone of the world’s largest inner city park, beautiful wineries, and stunning beaches where you can even swim with wild dolphins.

The places of tourist attraction in Perth are Kings Park, Fremantle Prison, Aquarium of Western Australia, Perth Zoo, Western Australian Museum, Perth Mint, Art Gallery, Adventure World, Round House, Stirling Gardens, Crown Perth, Swan Bells, Penguin Island, Elizabeth Quay, Whitman Park, WA Maritime Museum, Mundy Regional Park, John Forest National Park, WA Shipwrecks Museum, Swan Valley, Fremantle Markets, Rockingham Wild Encounters, Point Walter, WACA Ground. These are just few places to name. Perth is a tourist destination which attracts tourists all across the world and caters to different kind of interest. Perth’s wine bars and sunny beaches are also visited apart from the other tourist places. Some popular wine bars are Petition, Shadow Wine Bar, The Old Laundry Bar & Kitchen and Fusion Bar Perth. The place offers various shopping hubs within reasonable budget. The place also offers cuisine which adds to its attraction. Friends Restaurant offers Modern Australian tasting menus, Southern Star Perth Restaurant offers Vietnamese dishes and The Tuck Shop Cafe offers Australian menu. The beaches in Perth requires a special mention since tourists are greatly drawn towards these beaches to enjoy the relaxing period. The Perth Cultural Centre houses the state ballet and opera companies, and occupies its own central precinct, including a theatre, art galleries and the Western Australian Museum.

The night life of Perth is fairly exciting. Walking along the river side is the most amazing excluding the sunsets. Perth is also known as “The City of Lights” as as city residents lit their house lights. Bars, clubs, discos, restaurants, theatre, music and dance makes the night life even more excited. The place also offers comedy clubs and other entertainments. The most popular dance clubs are Northbridge, Subiaco and Fremantle.

The Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest known living culture which is being regarded in Perth. Music lovers are a treat to the city. Perth is also emerging as a comedy city, with hilarious local and international acts at special comedy clubs. Retail shopping in the Perth is focused around Murray Street and Hay Street. The travellers
were keen to enjoy the life of the city. The budget hotels are easily available in the Perth. The city is well connected to other parts of the country, therefore, the communication is much easier.

Perth has one main airport in which number of flights come in from different parts of the world. The airport serves both domestically and internationally. September to November is the best time to visit there, therefore, the flights are quite costly. During December to February, flights are easily available at reasonable prices due to extreme hot temperature. June to August is low season due to lot of rain, therefore, cheap flights are available. March to May is the second season when people can travel as the days are warm and are perfect for the beach. The flights that travel from London to Perth are Etihad Airways, Jet Airways, Malindo Airways and many more.

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