Monday, September 30, 2013

Sydney Villas Add Discerning Aspect to Holidays in Australia

Sydney is among the most visited destinations in Australia and features numerous top notch hotels. Undoubtedly, these five-star hotels always remain in the top priorities of those booking tickets aboard flights arriving in the city. However, there are tourists who look out for fully-furnished private villas amidst tranquil surroundings to enjoy their holidays without compromising on the homely feel. If you too fall in the same category, reserve tickets on Australia bound flights and seek accommodation in Lago.

Lago is one of the most captivating waterfront properties in and around Sydney. This majestic mansion is strategically located by Wallis Lake allowing guests to admire the natural beauty of Australia. The property features three huge bedrooms, an outdoor spa and a lap pool as well as a wide array of entertainment options. The sophisticated interiors depict an impressive intermingling of European and Asian styles of architecture.
Another worth-considering accommodation option is Pumpkin. Distance between this upscale riverside property and the city centre can be covered in just 15 minutes and tourists can easily commute to the property after experiencing the extravaganza of the city’s nightlife. However, the major aspect that entices number of travellers taking tickets to hop aboard flights bound for Australia’s Emerald City into staying at Pumpkin is its incredible blend of lavish modern amenities and dazzling beauty of Gordons Bay. Six bedrooms, a Jacuzzi, an outdoor hot tub and an in ground pool are just some of the many highlights of this magnificent mansion. 

Darling Point, one of the most notable suburbs in Sydney, is home to variety of holiday homes. If you are looking for accommodation featuring serene ambience including arts and antiques after booking tickets on flights landing in this metropolis, Villa #5141 is your best bet. Some of amenities that draw attention of several holidaymakers are contemporary furniture, a fascinating private terrace, a dedicated family area, a private pool and five king-size rooms. 

Villa #5140 is one of the most intriguing beachside homes in Sydney’s suburb Coogee. This luxurious mansion is an apt choice among travellers investing on air tickets aboard flights to the Aussie metropolis to enjoy a luxurious holiday. The six bedrooms and five bathrooms are well complemented by other top rated facilities such as billiards table, baby grand piano and large sundecks.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Top Free Attractions for Flyers Taking Tickets on Perth Flights

Travellers booking air tickets on cheap flights to take a memorable holiday in Perth, the charismatic capital city of Western Australia, often get overwhelmed by the  gorgeous beaches, serene Swan River, sparkling ocean water, stunning verdant landscape, adventure activities and many other bewitching attractions. Here is a rundown to some of the popular free lures that live up to the expectations of budget holidaymakers.

Adventure seekers boarding flights to this beautiful city in Australia, can visit the Shoalwater Marine Park to take a plunge into the sparkling water. The pristine sandy beach, crystal clear sea and beautiful reefs make the place perfect for snorkelling and diving. Though you don’t need any tickets to visit the place, but for diving in the water one requires permission from the authority. Not only fun activities, visitors can witness various species of aquatic lives and birds like sea stars, seals, molluscs, silver gulls, penguins and Caspian terns.

If you are seeking isolation in the lap of nature surrounded by lush greenery, then the Kings Park and Botanic Garden is the perfect destination to head to. Located at the top of the Mount Eliza, the place gives flights to the fancies of its visitors by offering a picture perfect bird’s eye view of the city of Perth and the Swan River. Travellers, particularly having an interest in horticulture often look for air tickets aboard Australia flights to visit Perth and take part in the Kings Park Festival to witness the diverse range of wild flowers.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Air India’s Direct Delhi-Australia Flights to Benefit UK Travellers

Destination Australia! The country has incessantly lured holidaymakers from far and wide for its stunning natural grandeur, uber modern metropolises, scenic vistas, rolling coastline with bewitching beaches and lots more. However, booking flights to the country from say, as far as the UK, continues to baffle a number of holidaymakers for the sheer distance. There is no non-stop flight from UK to Australia! 

For those looking to book flights to Australia, India’s national carrier, Air India, seems to have added to the ‘not so adequate’ options by starting a daily direct flight service from Delhi to Melbourne and Sydney! What is in it for me? Many holidaymakers from the UK may ask.

The new service will benefit the British as well as global travellers seeking holidays to Australia immensely. While it may not be a non-stop flight option, Air India is surely going to be a popular choice for those departing Heathrow and seeking just a single stop flight to the two metropolises of Australia with connection at Delhi. 

Air India launched its operations on the route Saturday, last week. The flights will be operated daily on a Triangulated route –Delhi-Sydney-Melbourne-Delhi (4 weekly services) and Delhi-Melbourne-Sydney-Delhi (3 weekly services).

What is more interesting for the travellers is that the Airline has plans to press in service the popular Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The modern aircraft promises a higher degree of comfort across all classes on the long haul travel to Australia. The daily frequency of flights would also add to the availability of seats benefitting travellers, particularly those looking for cheap economy class travel.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Best Nightspots in Sydney


Sydney is one of the most popular destinations frequented by international travellers who purchase tickets aboard flights destined for Australia. The city features a thriving nightlife and is the perfect place for a night-out for those on holiday. Following are two of the best nightspots in Sydney, Australia.

Soho Bar
Housed in a heritage building, the Soho Bar is a favourite among foreign tourists boarding long-haul flights to the city. Key features of this joint include its funky d├ęcor and racy dance tracks performed by leading DJs. The party’s been raging here every night for the past twenty years and the crowd seems to be only getting larger with the passage of each day. Though entry tickets are required, the cost is not prohibitive and there are two small bars with minimal seating for short breaks between dances. The dance floor though is expansive with three dimensional wall and ceiling installations that fills one with a feeling of surrealism. This joint’s importance is evidenced from the fact that after-party events and popular fests such as Future Music are often held here.    

Hugo’s Lounge
Some describe it as a small oasis of sophistication within King’s Cross, while others swear by its ambience and classy choice of music. With the rave reviews posted online by people from all over the world including those who came from afar on long-haul flights, it is easy to understand why Hugo’s Lounge is packed round the year. Located just above the equally famous pizzeria with the same name, the party here begins late in the evening at eleven, when all the tables vanish almost magically. Cheap pizzas and reasonably priced entry tickets have also helped it develop a cult following among the young generation of the metropolis. In fact, this establishment has been awarded the Best Nightclub in Australia award by the national liquor industry three times in a row.