Melbourne Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go to Melbourne Australia

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Top 10 Best Cheap Eats in Melbourne Australia

The best and most delicious food to eat in Melbourne Australia that won't break your wallet. Melbourne is often considered the foodie capital of Australia and in this video I'll tell you some of my favorite places for cheap burgers, noodles, and more! EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR MORE INFO! 1. The Fitz (and Fitzroy Neighborhood) -- Burgers and more! 2. Queen Victoria Market -- Boreks (Turkish Sandwiches), sausages, chicken, and American Jelly Donuts 3. Pepper Lunch -- One of my favorite restaurants anywhere. Fast food steak from Japan! 4. Laksa King -- Delicious Laksa Soup -- a Malaysian coconut curry soup base with shrimp, chicken, and noodles. 5. Dosa Corner -- Cheap Indian Dosa Combos -- kind of like an Indian Crepe. 6. Don Don -- A tiny restaurant specializing in Japanese bowls, get the Katsu Curry bowl for $10. 7. Mamak - Malaysian Roti and Satay -- this was my favorite restaurant of all. Get the Mee Goreng noodles! 8. Hot Star Taiwanese Fried Chicken -- from the Shilin Night Market, huge fried chicken breasts for $8. 9. Mr. Kitchen -- All day Taiwanese breakfast snacks and fresh Soy Bean Milk drinks. 10. Grand Trailer Parker Taverna -- some of the best burgers in the Melbourne CBD. Bonus: Tim Ho Wan -- Really good Dim Sum! A chain from Hong Kong. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: You might enjoy watching some of these other videos from Melbourne: My Melbourne Australia Playlist: Melbourne Travel Guide: Australia vs USA: 20 Differences: Yellow Productions on social media: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: ChrisRaney GOOGLE+: Check out my blog at:

Melbourne Travel: A Local's Guide to Melbourne Australia

A travel guide to Melbourne Australia hosted by a Melbourne local, Ben. Ben takes us to the following attractions: Federation Square - Melbourne's meeting place, State Library of Victoria - a grand old library, Queen Victoria Market - the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere, Bourke Street - Melbourne’s central shopping street, Parliament House - one of Melbourne's best known landmarks, Department Stores, Laneways and Shopping Arcades, Melbourne Street Art, Funky Neighborhood of Fitzroy, Chinatown - Oldest continuous Chinese settlement in the western world, and the Eureka Tower Skydeck for some amazing views from the 88th Floor. If you'd like to see more from Ben, check out the following links: Website: Email: Facebook page: Instagram acc: Ben's Travelman Podcast: CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: You might enjoy watching some of these other videos: My Melbourne Australia Playlist: Australia vs USA: 20 Differences: Yellow Productions on social media: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: ChrisRaney GOOGLE+: Check out my blog at:

Everything You Need To Know About MELBOURNE... The Most Liveable City in The World

Hello all my lovely subscribers! In this video I will be discussing EVERYTHING you need to know about the city of Melbourne! This amazing Australian city has been voted the most liveable city for 5.... yes FIVE years in a row! During this video I will explain to you 1O of the things that makes this city so unique, loveable, and yes, liveable! ;) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ If you enjoyed this video please show some support and SUBSCRIBE to my channel! LIKE & COMMENT! I would love to know what everyone thinks. If there is anything else you guys are eager to see, do not hesitate to let me know! LETS CHAT! If you are looking into or planning on travelling/moving abroad, do not be afraid to contact me on any of my social media platforms. I am more than happy to help you with your new exciting journey! SNAPCHAT: vparcs INSTAGRAM: vparcs TWITTER: vparcs Thank you so much again for watching and supporting my channel! XOXO

Australia vs USA: 20 Differences

20 Differences between Australia and the USA. I recently spent 2 weeks in Australia, and in many ways it seems similar to the USA, but the things that are different definitely stand out! EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR TABLE OF CONTENTS. I share some of the things that I found to be most different between Australia and the USA. As an American, I had a view of Australia being like what I’ve seen in the Crocodile Dundee movies… and well… not everybody in Australia carries a huge knife! 1 - Australian English Parking Lot - Car Park Opening Hours - Trading Hours Pot/Pint of Beer - Small Glass or Big Glass Jumper - Jacket lollis - hard candies Bloke - guy Mate - friend No worries - no problem Uni - University Maccas - Mcdonalds Sunnies - sunglasses Brekkie - breakfast Roo - Kangaroo 2 - Store Hours Stores in Australia seem to have really early closing hours 3 - Paying at restaurants In Australia it is often at the front of the store, not with the server 4 - Tipping No tipping in Australia 5 - Paper money in different sizes From small to big based on currency And there aren’t any pennies in Australia 5 cents is the smallest coin 6 - Prices include Tax I quite like this one 7 - Credit card fees are Rampant Taxis charge extra for using a credit card 8 - Cars drive on the left instead of the right But people don’t seem to walk on the left instead of the right Sidewalk Chaos! No turn on red 9 - Dates are reversed Day then month instead of Month then Day 10 - Imperial vs Metric Celsius vs Fahrenheit Miles vs Kilometers 11 - Way more south Asian Food Singaporean & Malaysian food is plentiful in Australia 12 - Knife and Fork etiquette Australians keep their knife and the fork held all the time 13 - Coffee Australian coffee is espresso based Much stronger than American coffee 14 - Summer vs Winter Seasons are reversed I left a heat wave in California to arrive to 1 Degree C in Australia 15 - Sports Australians love their sports! Australian Rules Football - Footy - Circle Court Cricket! Multiple teams to a city No ‘college’ sports 16 - Australian Calendar starts on Monday Makes sense -- it’s the beginning of the work week Why does the US Calendar start on Sunday? 17 - Power outlets I’ve never seen Australian power outlets anywhere else 18 - Much more water conscious Australians are taught to only take 3 minute showers And most toilets have 2 buttons, light flush and big flush 19 - Electric Tea Kettles Push a button and the water gets hot! No stove required! 20 - Population Size For about the same size as the continental US, Australia has way less people Australian Population: 23 Million USA Population: 323 Million NEXT LIVE STREAM: October16, 2017 @ 8PM Los Angeles Time. Topic: Missed my last live stream? Watch my previous live stream on My Favorite Places to Travel in the World here: Or my WORST Hotel Experiences here: CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: Yellow Productions on Social Media: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: ChrisRaney GOOGLE+: Check out my blog at:

Sydney, Australia Travel Guide

Subscribe and visit for more info! Sydney.. the land down under.. a place where people can almost speak English. It's rugged nature will leave you awe-inspired, but this trip is often overlooked because of the long distance between the hemispheres. So is it worth the long haul? My name is Ricky Moreno and I’m gonna show you the most popular tourist attractions in the city, and all the reasons why I love Sydney! Thanks for watching!

Things YOU need to know before you travel to Melbourne Australia. With a population of 4 million, Melbourne is Australia's 2nd largest city and the capital of the state of Victoria. Melbourne has been rated the "Most Livable City" 7 years running. EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR MORE INFO.

2. Weather:
Winter is coming, and it’s 9 months long.
Melbourne is cold in the winter.
Rain unpredictable
40 degrees Celsius in the morning, 18 degrees by afternoon.
Wind can be really cold.
Bring Warm Clothing whatever season you visit.
Seasons flipped from the Northern Hemisphere

3. Public Transport:
World's largest streetcar network
Really don't need a car
Trams free in the CBD
Tram 35 -- City Loop for tourists
Buy a Myki
Also trains
Its extensive but slow
Taxis and Uber are plentiful in the city
Very walkable

4. Driving:
Will need a car to drive Great Ocean road or 12 Apostles
Drive on the left
5 types of traffic cameras
point-to-point cameras that average out your speed over a long distance
Hook turns at tram intersections

5. Language: English… but some slang words to know:
Tomato Sauce = Ketchup
thongs = flip flops
togs/swimmers/bathers = bathing suit
chuck a u-ey = make a U-turn

6. Money:
Australian Dollar
1 AUD is 0.80 USD
Size of notes increases with value
No pennies -- round to nearest 5 cent
$1 and $2 are coins
Get your money from ATM, they are plentiful
No tipping in Australia

7. Store Hours
They close really early
7pm for most stores
Except Thurs-Friday, then 9pm
Opening usually 10am
Exception Grocery, Drug Store, Restaurants, bars
Restaurants and bars often have hours of LATE

8. Food:
A foodie city
Watch my video on cheap eats
Very international
Visit Queen Victoria Market
Lots of Asian Food in Chinatown
Pepper Lunch
Tim Ho Wan
24 hour Ramen and Kebab
But what about Australian Food?
Supermarkets: Woolworths, Coles

9. Coffee:
World's best Coffee (so Melbourners say)
Espresso based drinks
flat white, a combination of espresso and steamed milk sans the froth; a
long black, a double shot of espresso added to hot water (the long black is the closest thing to standard American coffee)
a short black, a standard espresso

10. Water & Beer
World's best tap water
Plenty of public drinking fountains
With bottle fillers
Best Water makes the best beer
Legal drinking age is 18
They love their beer
And it's serves everywhere
Also BYO
2 sizes of beer: Pot & Pint
Try Beer Deluxe at Fed Square


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