Modern Asian Street Food, Australia Life | Things to do in Canberra: 2 days ago   06:12

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Pho noodle soup, bao buns, fried chicken & chips, honey soy chicken & BBQ pork puffs, black sesame milkshake. Phat Panda Urban Street Food, Canberra. Australia Vlog 74.
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Jason in Missouri
Your making me hungry brandon! Looks good.
Food now Brandon. No more gun shootings
practice. Not the usual Filipino food like
you had in your Philippines adventures.
Paul Ellis
When is your next Philippines adventure b adventures?
Morenian's Shuffle Vlog
notice me brenden i love your content the way you impress us
Wow. Food looks good.
Thanks for sharing. "Good" food? Should've said great or delicious food.
Lucas Musser
food looks good
looks like a buffet place from the beginning.
Kriss Bartlett
ohh the girl behind the counter was cute
Looking great B. I did notice everyone in heavy coats so how long your winter goes on? BTW, when is your next trip to AC?
michael j
Food looked great , nice to see you again , hope all is well with you . Nice vlog as always
Susan Labandero Jeppesen
Yummy 😊 And good to see you again B 😊
Amazing introduction music!! The food looked so delicious! 😋 Can’t wait for you to go back to the Philippines and find new foods and new islands!
ricky usa
A little different than the street food I'm used to in Angeles city. Do they have mystery meat barbeque sticks marinated in diesel fumes?
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Australia Life | Things to do in Canberra: Modern Asian Street Food, 2 days ago   10:03

Canberra is the capital city of Australia. The city is located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), an enclave in the south-east of New South Wales.

Canberra is a planned city, with national monuments, museums and galleries built around a large artificial lake. As a bush capital, Canberra is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors, with excellent cycling, gardens, parks, bushwalking and nature reserves.

Museums and other institutions
City area - North of Lake Burley Griffin
Australian War Memorial is one of Australia's premier museums, covering Australian military history from Federation to the present day and including fascinating exhibits of equipment, memorabilia and battle dioramas.
Canberra Museum and Gallery, A museum and art gallery featuring works and exhibits of the local region. Also features the Sydney Nolan Collection - the works of Sir Sydney Nolan, a famous Australian artist.
National Capital Exhibition, See an exhibition about the original Burley Griffin Plan for Canberra and how the city was planned and built. Good views over Lake Burley Griffin out to the museums on the Lake's south shore.
Australian National Botanic Gardens has the largest collection of Australian native flora in the country. It also has some interesting water dragons that live in the water features around the gardens.
Parliamentary zone - South of Lake Burley Griffin
High Court of Australia, is the home of Australia's highest court and contained a vast lobby and three main courtrooms that are open to the public. Tours are available, though restricted when the court is sitting. There is a cafeteria in the building as well.
National Gallery of Australia is one of the country's largest art galleries. It has a vast collection of paintings and sculptures collected from Australia and the rest of the world and has excellent Aboriginal artwork.
National Library of Australia has one exhibition showing parts of the collection. Also notable for its neo-classical architecture.
National Portrait Gallery, King Edward Terrace, Parkes There are gallery spaces for the collection and temporary exhibitions, public areas including a café, shop, function room, theatrette, education and school group areas, and basement car parking.
Old Parliament House is The headquarters of Australian government from the 1920s to 1988, this building is a must for political and/or historical junkies. .
Parliament House of Australia is The seat of Australia's federal government and legislature and a remarkable piece of modern architecture. Tours are available (you must pass through a security check) or when Parliament is sitting you are allowed to view proceedings in the public gallery (another security check is required for this, and expect queues and long waits around 2PM on sitting days for "Question Time" in the House of Representatives. The Senate is likely to be less busy but less exciting.) Allow 2-3 hours.
Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre, King Edward Terrace, Parkes, ph +61 2 6270-2800 or 1800 020 603 (free call, recorded information), [119]. 9AM-5PM. Questacon is an interactive museum of science with exhibits illustrating scientific ideas from the principles of physics to the motion of an earthquake. Great for kids and excellent science books can be picked up here. (Jun 16) $23.00 adults, $17.50 concessions, $17.50 children, and $70 for a family of 2 adults and 3 children. Allow at least half a day.

City Scenery

Black Mountain Tower (Telstra Tower), Black Mountain Drive, Acton (5 km from the city centre), ☎ +61 2 6219-6111 (fax: +61 2 6257-6600). Open daily 9AM-10PM.

anberra is surrounded by hills and there are plenty of other great vantage points to view the city. Many of these you can also drive to the top. The best vantage points are:
Mount Ainslie (off Fairbairn Avenue, Campbell/Forrest) - vehicular access available. This is the most classic Canberra view looking in a straight line over the War Memorial, the lake and Old and New Parliament House in the background.
Red Hill (off Melbourne Avenue, Deakin/Forrest) - vehicular access available
Mount Majura (access via Antill St in Watson, also service road off Majura Road) - no vehicular access, walking tracks only.
Mount Taylor (access via Waldock St, Chifley) - partial vehicular access; to reach the top you will need to walk.
Mount Pleasant (via General Bridges Drive, Duntroon) - vehicular access available between 7AM and 7PM.
Kangaroos in the wild, Campbell Park Offices, Northcott Drive (north), Campbell (off Fairbairn Avenue (between the Australian War Memorial and the airport, at the roundabout go the opposite direction from the Australian Defence Force Academy along what appears to be a road into the bush (forest)