Nightlife Experience in Adelaide – An evening with food, drink & fun

Whether you are in a mood to dance like nobody’s watching or savour your favourite cocktail, check out these incredible venues in Adelaide to spend a memorable evening.Have fun like a pro in no time!

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Rocket Bar & Rooftop

Located above one of the great live music institutions in Adelaide, the Rocket Bar & Rooftop is sure to offer you a relaxed hip experience. Featuring a fully functioning bar with seasonal cocktails, different kinds of local and international wine, this rooftop bar is the perfect venue to celebrate your private parties. Don’t forget to soak up the stunning views of the illuminated city as you savour your favourite cocktail.

Zhivago

Located on Currie Street, Zhivago is a fascinating club decorated with comfy lounges, street art on the walls and a huge bar. From music ranging from old-school hip-hop to Taylor Swift, this fascinating place provides better entertainment options to make your evening unforgettable.

Distill

Food lovers looking for an entertaining way to spend an evening in Adelaide should not miss the chance to eat their way through ‘Distill’. Situated on the Rundle Street, it serves as the perfect post clubbing dinner haunt for locals as well as tourists. If you’re residing at one of the many apartment hotels in Adelaide the likes of Oaks Embassy, you should head over to this place to spend an incredible evening since it’s just an 8-minute drive to ‘Distill’.

Red Square

An ideal spot for those who really want to hit the dance floor! Electronic and dance music are all the rage in this spot as revellers include not only the fashionably young and restless in Adelaide but also expats and visitors.

 

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

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Experience a Dolphin Cruise in the Maldives – A Must Do Activity!

If you are planning a holiday in the stunning archipelago of the Maldives, taking time out of your tropical vacation to set off on an exciting dolphin cruise will prove to be a great idea!

Dolphin Cruise on Captiva Cruises| Img by: Pete Markham via FlickrCC BY-SA 2.0

Best Time

The dolphin pods inhabiting the indigo waters of the islands have a rather regular daily routine. During night time they feed offshore and head to the atolls come morning. After which they swim for the open ocean during the late afternoons. This somewhat dependable schedule means that that the best time to spot them is at sunset.

The Experience

The experience in itself is guaranteed to be truly magical with fun and playful dolphins frolicking and performing water acrobatics to the crowds that cheer them on. On a good day, you might actually get the chance to see a total of 50 dolphins either leaping in and out of the surf or simply swimming in the bow of the boat.

Commonly Seen Species

The most common dolphin species you will see on your trip to the Maldives are spinner dolphins! Other regularly seen types are Risso’s dolphins and the common bottlenose dolphins among others.

Best Places

The best place to enjoy a spot of dolphin watching is the Muli Channel located in the Meenu Atoll. Dolphin watching in this channels offers visitors an almost 85% success rate all year around. Many accommodations with Maldives Resorts Club offers to arrange the excursions with minimum hassle to guests.

 

 

 

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First Timer’s Travel Guide to Hoi An – A Simple Yet Magical City

Vietnam is one country full of surprises when it comes to places to visit! For the traveller at heart, Hoi An is a place you are sure to appreciate for the wonderful Vietnamese culture that is seen here.

A peaceful meeting place

Hoi An was a famous trading port back in the day, where many merchants from China, Japan and later Europeans lived. These foreign cultures melded together creating a unique set of values in this part of Vietnam.

Weather patterns

Contradictory to the northern part of Vietnam that goes by the 4 seasons, Hoi An has only 2 seasons throughout the year which is the dry season (February – August) and the wet season (September – January). The best month to visit would be April when the weather is perfect!

Image Credit: Anantara Hoi An Resort

Getting there

Once you land at Da Nang International Airport, you can take a taxi straight to Hoi An. There are also buses, shuttle service and even airport transfers provided by a few hotels in Hoi An as well.

How long to stay

The very best of Hoi An can be experienced in as short as a period of three days. Do keep in mind that most places are closed during the Tet holiday and hotel rates in places like Anantara Hoi An Resort are at its highest. Therefore, it is advisable not to visit between the end of January and early February.

Image Credit: Anantara Hoi An Resort

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