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Kings Park is a must-visit for anyone coming to Perth, as it affords you one of the best views of the city and Swan River. It includes wide open lawns that are perfect for picnics, and plenty of beautiful gardens and water features to view. The wildflowers are at their most impressive in Springs - but make sure you take your antihistamines if you're prone to hay fever! Kings Park is easily accessible via most buses that run along Adelaide Terrace, or you can walk there from the city in about 20 minutes.

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I personally think the Blue House is over-rated. It is literally just a small building on the Swan River, and I don't think it is worth visiting unless you are going past there for some other reason - there are almost no other attractions easily accessible nearby. You will be able to take a nice photo for you Instagram feed, but that's about all the appeal that it holds!

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This is, in my opinion, one of Perth's best tourist attractions. There is a huge range of native fauna to view, from birds to koalas and kangaroos (which you can feed and touch!). You can also see quokkas here if you're unable to make the trip out to Rottnest. The wildlife park is also inside a beautiful larger park, which is worth exploring, and close to the restaurants and wineries of the Swan Valley.

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Disney Sea is probably my favourite theme park in Tokyo, and is far superior to Disney Land for adult visitors as the rides are generally more exciting. Every time I visit I am always blown away by the attention to detail - from the impressive props and sets, to the friendly and helpful staff. The quality of food is very good, though understandably pricey. The lines for rides can get extremely long when the park is busy, so I would definitely recommend buying a fast pass or two to ensure that you can experience more of the park in the time that you are there. Avoid visiting on the weekends or public holidays!

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Shibuya 109 is a great place to shop for young women's clothing. It is extremely popular among Japanese girls, so you can see very up-to-date Japanese fashion here. I love that each floor is arranged in a circle around the escalators. This makes it very easy to navigate all of the shops, unlike many department stores where I often feel like I'm being pulled in many different directions at once. Shibuya 109 Men is also nearby, but it has a smaller range of clothing.

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