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Once you've arrived in Sydney, the first thing you have to do is to come to city and go to Queen Victoria Building. Known as QVB, this building with its historical value which still being maintained, now has lots of shops from clothing to food up to the view of the historical building itself.
The transport to QVB is just too easy. You can take a bus from almost anywhere and it will sure arrive in front of QVB, or you can take trains to TownHall, just next to QVB building.
If you are looking for clothings you have been dreaming of, you have to go to QVB. From Benetton, Guess, Esprit, JAG and much more, it's like all shopping comes into one. Even more, they also have some boutiques so you dont have to be worry in case you have lots of spare money!
The best part of being in QVB is that it is surrounded by other shopping centers such as Mid City Center, Victoria Gallery, and Town Hall (see the review of those other shopping malls).
Being at QVB is an untold experience. Once you've been there, you will sure know how it is to experience history but as the same time going on shopping. Who says history is boring?
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This was in mu long exploration of the Malls, the best of the lot! Despite being a paradise, clean, elevators, amazing feel of Victorian luxury, the prices were cheap and quality excellent - helpful, fun and you could easily spend days mooching around. Cafes, leather shops, the souvenir shops but of top quality, all under cover. Do take the advice to go by bus tho, there are bus passes for a week which cover you for unlimited travel anywhere in the greater Sydney area, about £8 for the week. The best travel method of all for the shopper is the monorail... commentary and it is the circular route right over all the centre of the shopping and cultural area.