About Us

Platinum Sky Travel’s goals are to create and provide our customers with a wealth of first-hand experience from all corners of the globe. We believe in going above and beyond for our clientele, as this will illustrate the factors of a reliable trustworthy business. Quite simply, we listen to what you want, and carefully design an individual trip to match, working to their budget and with an absolute commitment to quality. Our Specialists will focus on looking after our clients, total travel needs, show you the highlights in a different light, and introduce you to places and experiences that others might miss. Which will reflect on the most iconic times and create unforgettable moments, which will last a life time.

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89 Caerphilly Road, Birchgrove, Cardiff, CF14 4AE.

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Adelaide

Sophisticated, cultured, neat-casual − the self-image Adelaide projects, a nod to the days of free colonisation without the 'penal colony' taint. Adelaidians may remind you of their convict-free status, but the stuffy, affluent origins of the 'City of Churches' did more to inhibit development than promote it. Bogged down in the old-school doldrums and painfully short on charisma, this was a pious, introspective place.

But these days things are different. Multicultural flavours infuse Adelaide’s restaurants; there’s a pumping arts and live-music scene; and the city’s festival calendar has vanquished dull Saturday nights. There are still plenty of church spires here, but they’re hopelessly outnumbered by pubs and a growing number of hip bars tucked away in lanes.  

Just down the tram tracks is beachy Glenelg: Adelaide with its guard down and boardshorts up. Nearby Port Adelaide is slowly gentrifying but remains a raffish harbour ‘hood with buckets of soul.  

Live Music 

Governor Hindmarsh Hotel The go-to venue for touring and local acts who’ve already made a name for themselves. 

Jive Long-running rock room at the (slightly) less seedy end of Hindley St. 

Grace Emily Hotel Edgy country, alternative and open-mic adventures in Adelaide’s West End. 

Exeter Hotel Bohemian and arty: original bands nightly \. 

Gilbert Street Hotel Swingin’ jazz sessions every Tuesday night, plus country and blues on Thursday night and Sunday afternoon. 

Wheatsheaf Live acoustic blues and country in the beer garden (more of a beer garage, really). 

Markets 

Central Market Adelaide’s effervescent undercover market is an unmissable foodie experience. 

Gilles Street Market Fashion, arts and crafts in a CBD schoolyard. 

Wild at Hart Fresh Food Market An organic food market in pugilistic Port Adelaide?! The times they are a-changin’… 

Adelaide Farmers Market Roll up, roll up: get your local produce, your electrifying coffee and your hipster breakfast. 

Stirling Markets A 12-minute drive into the hills behind Adelaide is this vaguely hippie monthly street market. 

Multicultural Eats 

Zen Kitchen Downtown Vietnamese, fast and fabulous. 

Jasmin Indian Restaurant Still the best Indian restaurant in town. 

Gin Long Canteen Pan-Asian delights, from Bangkok to Hanoi and back. 

Zucca Greek by the sea (no better location). 

Parwana Afghan Kitchen Spill some Afghan on your kaftan. 

Mestizo Peruvian perfection in Glenelg’s back streets.