Thursday, August 29, 2013

Exploring Melbourne's China Town

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Woohoo!!! After rewriting almost every single one of my posts from scratch, My blog is finally back in shape after the disaster with my photo links being broken. Phew! What better way to celebrate with some beautiful (postponed) photographs from my recent trip to Melbourne!
One of the favourite places I visited in Melbourne was China Town. It felt like stepping into another world away from the city! It seemed to emerge in a tiny gap from between the sky scrapers and alleyways revealing another little world. The red, gold, blue and green colours were everywhere from tiny paved surfaces, to lanterns hanging above the street. 
China Town is an absolute mecca for delicious, authentic Chinese food; all it takes is rounding a corner down any tiny alleyway and you will find multiple doors leading into cosy hidden restaurants. In keeping with the Chinese theme, I had one of my favourite foods- vegetarian dumplings! inside a dimly lit, and well packed restaurant
If you are heading to Melbourne, make sure you hunt down this beautiful precinct- Especially if you are a bit of a photographer...you can't help but take photographs of almost everything you stumble across! 

24 comments:

  1. China Town in Brisbane is one of my favorite places to visit, only it's no where near as beautiful as it is in Melbourne! Your photography is absolutely sensational!

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    1. Oh Thank you Harlow! I think it is my favourite spot in Melbourne :) it's like going into another world! xox

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  2. Amie! Your photos are incredible!!! I LOVE Melb :) xx

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    1. Thanks Bec :) Melbourne is such a fun place! Would love to live there one day! xox

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  3. lovely photos :) china town in melbourne looks a lot different to china town in london!
    I want to visit australia so much, looks beautiful but its so far haha
    sucks that you had to rewrite all of your posts, sounds so tedious!
    have a lovely day :) saida xx

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    1. Hello Saida, London China Town would be incredible! Yes Australia is quite a trip, if you ever do it, make sure you jump the ditch to New Zealand too! I pinch myself every day at how beautiful it is here :) xox

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    2. hi :) it really is, the amount of people that are there at all times is absolutely crazy! One of my friends actually moved to new zealand a few years ago, and she says the same, its just so different to here. I definitely want to visit it soon! Have you lived there your whole life?
      xx

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    3. Oh wow where does she live in NZ? Yes I've lived here my whole life- and luckily I'm quite the explorer so I'm always making the most of travelling NZ whenever I can! The natural scenery is breathtaking here...and the best thing is you can drive within 2 hours of somewhere and see multiple completely different landscapes along the way...It's like visiting 3 or 4 different countries in one day! xox

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  4. This totally just hit my bucket list. Yay for more NZ bloggers!

    x Eloise - Jazzlipsandtulips

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    1. Het Eloise, Lovely to meet you! so nice knowing there are other NZ bloggers floating around in the world wide web! haha. Totally check it out if you get over to Melbs at any point- Little Italy in Melbourne is pretty cool too! xox

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  5. Ohhh I'm going to Melbourne for the first time next year, I cant wait! Hopefully I'll have time to check out China Town :) xx

    www.hausofsarahrachel.blogspot.com

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    1. Oh how exciting! Melbourne has so many nooks and crannies to get lost in! Make sure you check out the House of Curtin Rooftop Bar too!...My fave spot in Melbourne! I didn't get the chance to take any photo's of it for my blog but google it- It is so ridiculously cool! xox

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