Top Attractions in Perth
The 'isolated' Perth has come to be billed as the sunniest of Australia's cities. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, there is a lot more time to lounge languidly, indulge in frolics, cherish refreshing water sports and sip on some cool drinks with the feet caressing the hot of the sand! Leighton, Cottesloe and Scarborough are few such beach delights. But it is not just beaches that have put in the recommendations in the city's resume as a tourist pleaser. Plan a travel to the Kings Park for beautiful views of the Swan River. Botanical Gardens aren't a bad place either. Perth Cultural Centre, Perth Mint and Small World Museum are some other beguilers that festoon the land of Perth. For the animal lovers, there is no better way to soak their fancies in the tints of satiety than a trip to the Perth Zoo and the Aquarium of Western Australia.
Perth Airport Information
Perth Airport is Australia's fourth largest airport and the key gateway to the city of Perth and the state of Western Australia. The airport hosts numerous domestic, regional and international airlines and is located just 12kms from the city centre. Perth Airport is a regional hub for Qantas Airways and has been the winner of the Australian Airports Association (AAA) award for Australian Major Airport of the Year for 2003 and 2004. 18 international carriers offer flights to and from the airport and connect travellers to dozens of destinations around the globe. Airport users can find various shopping, eating and relaxing options within the premises.
Flight Tickets to Perth
Perth is a major tourist destination and is hence well connected to all key cities worldwide. From the United Kingdom's largest airport, London Heathrow, a row of airlines offers flights to Perth. Some of the popular ones offering air tickets on the route are British Airways, Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines, Thai Airways and Air Mauritius. All London Heathrow-Perth flights are connecting services with single or multiple stopovers. Some of the above mentioned carriers and few others also offer flights from other UK airports to the city of Perth. Amsterdam and Singapore are the preferred stopovers for British Airways, while for Qantas Airways it is Dubai and Melbourne.
Perth Accommodation Options
Perth is one of the leading tourist and business destinations in Australia. There are scores of hotel options in the city that range from cheap bed and breakfasts to luxury resorts and everything in between. However, the unprecedented inflow of business and leisure vacationers to the Australian city has led to the high demand for quality hotel rooms in the region. While new hotels have come up in the metropolis, it is still better to book well in advance to avoid any sort of accommodation problems later on. Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Crowne Plaza Perth and Intercontinental Perth Burswood are some of the premium properties in the city.