A short walk from Darling Harbour, this science and design museum whirs away inside the former power station for Sydney’s defunct,...
Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre
In a distinctive wave-form building you will find three indoor heated pools and a huge fitness area.
With a discordant soundtrack of blaring Canto pop, Dixon St is the heart and soul of Chinatown: a narrow, shady pedestrian mall with a...
Sydney Entertainment Centre
A big 12,000-seat concrete box between Chinatown and Darling Harbour, purpose-built for superstar extravaganzas (Radiohead, the Black...
Mecca has devotees cramming its industrial interior – more for the transcendent coffee than the food, it's fair to say – but there are...
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Sydney Kopitiam information
Kopitiam (meaning 'coffee shop') isn’t going to win design awards (low ceiling, daggy tiled floor, plastic furniture and Malaysian Airlines tourism posters), but the great-value, authentic Malaysian soups, stir-fries and curries are spectacular.