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Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city, by far the capital of south eastern state of Victoria. With Victorian era influenced architecture, the city owns extensive beautiful designed museums, galleries, theaters, parks, gardens and shopping destinations. Despites skyscrapers have mushroomed all over town, Melbourne is still a typical mix of new and old. The city was twice voted as “The best place to live” by The Economist in 2004 and 2006.
Melbourne was founded in 1835 by settlers from Van Diemen (Tasmania) and rapidly became the very first capital of Port Philip District, New South Wales. It then was a separate colony of Victoria. Nowadays, the city itself holds an important role of center port as well as the first service and manufacturing industry nationwide.
Melbourne’s official language is English (Australian accent).
Melbourne’s currency is Australian Dollar (AUD). Major credit cards are widely accepted.
Melbourne has the time zone of UTC+10 (winter time is 03 hours ahead Vietnam) and UTC+11 (summer time is 04 hours ahead from Vietnam).
Melbourne has the freedom of religions.
Melbourne’s weather is continental for year-round activities. Also named as “the city of four seasons”, tourists can feel spring, summer, fall and winter in one day here. It should be noted that Melbourne is out of seasons when you book flight tickets to Melbourne for travelling.
Melbourne is one of the best places in the world for culinary travelers. There is an abundance of affordable and high-quality restaurants that represent every cuisine across the globe. Visitors can find different dishes of Africa, Australia, China, Greece, India, Italy, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, Middle East, Thailand and many more. Visitors are also able to find plenty dining options in Southbank, Carlton, Victoria Street in Richmond, Docklands, Sydney Road in Brunswick and Coburg.
Melbourne center probably has the most to attract travelers including cafés, boutiques, and Victoria art works that can all be sampled on foot. They are inclusive of Eureka Tower, Docklands, Parliament House of Victoria, State Library, Southgate, Immigration Museum, Shrine of Remembrance and other districts of the city like Parkville, St Kilda, Carlton, South Yarra, Northern Melbourne, Prahran and many more.
Melbourne is known as the fashion capital of Australia with numerous malls and boutique lined streets. Some shopping places should be pocketed while being here are inclusive of Queen Victoria Building, Little Collins Street, Melbourne Central, Federation Square, Bourke Street Mall, Chadstone, Brunswick Street and the southern end of Chapel Street.
Melbourne has some major airlines like Vietnam Airlines, Emirates Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar, Qantas Airways, Asiana Airlines, Garuda and Cathay Pacific sell flight tickets to Melbourne.