Beautiful scenery around and blue sky. But different and fantastic things will be found if you visit famous tourist attractions in Melbourne. Eureka Skydeck 88 presents stunning views from a height of more than hundreds of meters. Prepare to see a scene that will make visitors amazed and amazed. Eureka Skydeck 88 is in the Riverside Quay, Southbank, Victoria area. When visitors ride the highest platform in the southern hemisphere at Melbourne Eureka Tower, visitors will be treated to views of Mellbourne from the top and expanse of tall buildings that look so small and lined up in the city. Eureka Skydeck 88 is a type of house with the tallest building in the world, standing tall towering and its peak is 300 meters from the ground or more than 984 feet. The building has 88 inhabited floors and there is a monument called Eureka Skydeck on the 88th floor so it is called Eureka Skydeck 88.
Eureka Skydeck 88 provides two special lifts that will take visitors up to the 8th level. Eureka Skydeck 88 can take tourists to "Edge" - a glass cube that can be moved out of the building. Interestingly, here anyone will be able to feel the sensation of flying at a height. But, for those who want to enter are prohibited from carrying a camera or wearing shoes. Visitors are allowed to bring a sun hat, sunscreen and sunglasses if they enter Edge during the day. Although it might feel a little hot because it's in a sun-baked glass box but the beautiful panorama of Melbourne will treat it all. Edge 'can also be entered by a wheelchair and children under 7 years old but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. A pleasant place to bring family groups to visit this place.
In addition to unforgettable panoramas, Eureka Skydeck 88 entertains the whole family with a number of activities and interesting facts. By entering 'Serendipity' subuah a six meter long glass block with glass floors and walls and heading to southeast Melbourne, this is where visitors can see the Melbourne panorama from above. A pleasant combination between fear and pleasure when standing between glass walls and looking at the heart of Melbourne with a look of awe. And of course some of the restaurants and attractions in Eureka Skydeck 88 are ready to be enjoyed after visitors have circled around the Eureka Skydeck 88 corridor, various light menus such as sandwiches and pizzas are enough to prop up the stomach and drive away hunger. Or sit relax on neatly arranged benches and remember the coolness is above the height of 300m.
Enjoy Melbourne from Eureka Skydeck 88 and enjoy the view of the skyline of Melbourne and its surroundings. Travel from bottom to level 88 of the Eureka Tower in 44 seconds before stepping out onto a 360 degree platform that offers amazing views of Melbourne. Follow the scenery that stretches from the magical Dandenong Mountains to the historic blue waters of Port Phillip Bay. Look into Melbourne's city district and many sports stadiums.
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