48 Hours in Melbourne (Part 2)

May 21, 15 at 10:18 pm

After dinner, some went back to the hotel to call it a day, while some of us went to check out the night scenery.

Starting at Southern Cross Railway Station, we walked towards Crown Casino and its surroundings.

Melbourne CBD

Melbourne at night


We took a stroll along the promenade before decided to call it a day as well.

Melbourne CBD

Another view of the city

Our Day 2 started with great Melbourne coffee at Brother Baba Budan. We then headed to Queen Victoria Market, which is really a nice and clean market to visit. After lunch, we decided to take the City Circle tram to further explore the city. The best of all, the tram is free!

The tram stopped in front of Parliament House for a good 10 minutes in order for its passengers to take some snapshots of the building, which we gladly did.

Parliament House

Parliament House

We alighted at Federation Square and some of us went separate ways. We tried to walk to Royal Botanic Gardens but cut short our walk and ended up at Sidney Myer Music Bowl to chill.

Our last stop of the day was at National Gallery of Victoria as we made our way back.

Dinner was at some random dumpling house in Chinatown, before headed back for an early rest.

We wrapped our stay in Melbourne city with a good, scrumptious breakfast at a cafe at Queen Victoria Market before embarking on yet another arduous road trip – to the Great Ocean Road.

Stay tuned… in the meantime, here’s Part 1 in case you missed it!

Take care!

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