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Picturesque Bathurst

When we speak of Bathurst, the first thing that comes to mind is Bathurst 1000, a popular motor race annually held every October in the city. This regional city located between Sydney Metropolitan Area and Central Western Slopes and Plains in New South Wales became identical with motor-sport due to a car race car event. … Continue reading

A Modern Day Buddhist Temple

On the day when we went to shop at nearby suburb, Berala, the Buddhist temple, Lingyen Mountain Temple,   along Vivian Crescent got our attention due to its unconventional architectural design. Its front façade is not your usual Buddhist temples you get to see in most parts of Asia, where eaves point towards the skies … Continue reading

Customs House, Sydney: An Architectural Heritage

I have always been fascinated with building architecture, more so with its historical significance. During the last occasion we were at Circular Quay, as we got off the train station near the wharf, I asked Sean to take a photo of a building that was across the station, unknowingly at that time of its name. … Continue reading


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