Like Aamhi Doghi’s Madhura If You Are Planning To Visit Sydney, Check Out These 8 Places

Like a lot of other youngsters, Prasiddhi Kishor who plays the popular character on the show is a travel junkie.

1. Sydney Opera House

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We love to watch Meera, Madhura and Aditya’s story on Aamhi Doghi every day. On the show, we see Meera being the victim of Madhura’s meanness. Prasiddhi Kishor who plays Madhura is nothing like her onscreen character. Like a lot of other youngsters, she is a travel junkie too. The  was seen having a time of her life in Sydney recently. If you too are planning to visit the place, we have made a list of places you must visit.

Known to be the iconic infrastructure of Australia, the Sydney Opera House is a UNESCO world heritage site which has restaurants, theatres, studios and concert halls. Book a walking tour and you will be able to know more about the history of the structure. Also, you can join any tour throughout the day thanks to flexible tickets.

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2. Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Before the Sydney Opera House was built, this was known as the best place to visit in Sydney. The locals call it a “Coathanger”. Built in 1932, it is known as the largest steel arch bridge in the world. There is more to the history of this bridge which you can get to know by visiting the museum in the South Eastern Pier.

3. Harbor Cruises From Circular Quay

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Many people rush here to travel to different places in the city. This is a spot to visit and also the main route to travel to other places in ferries. It is located at walking distance from the Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbour Bridge and Royal Botanic Garden.

4. The Royal Botanic Garden

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This garden has been there since 1816 and is spread over 30 hectares of themed gardens. The best thing about this place is that it free to access and you can enjoy open green space and realise that the grass is greener on both sides here.

5. Queen Victoria Building

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This building was meant to be a market place between 1893 and 1898. After multiple plans to demolish this building, this structure was rebuilt in 1980. The building is surrounded by 20 small domes with a high central dome in the centre. For those who love shopping should definitely, visit this place as it has around 200 high-end shops in it.

6. Bondi Beach

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For all the water babies out there, here is something that will excite you. One of the famous beaches is Bondi beach which is a 15 minutes drive from the city. Other beaches include Cronulla, Bronte, Tamarama and Maroubra.

7. Taronga Zoo

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Australia is not just the home for Kangaroo but also for animal species. You can visit this zoo and take a close look at the marvellous creatures. The zoo organises for Koala encounter and seal shows for the visitors.

8. Hyde Park

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The name may confuse you a bit but this park does exist in Sydney. It is named after the one in London. This one is a sanctuary which has lawns, picnic spots, flowers and mountains. On the eastern side of the park is the museum located which has the largest historical collection.

Despite being a small city, it has a lot to offer. After seeing these places, we know where we want to go next!

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