The Monument, London

The Monument also known as Monument to the Great Fire of London was built to commemorate the Great Fire of London. The completion of the Monument is also to celebrate the rebuilding of London city and tourist are allowed to climb the staircase of 311 steps in order to reach the viewing platform and to…

Tower Bridge, London

Tower Bridge the iconic landmark which stood over the River Thames in London is probably one of the most beautiful and unique structures in the city. I never knew that visitors are allowed to visit the interior of the Tower Bridge including the engine rooms until my parents had decided to tour the bridge . The…

St Paul’s Cathedral, London

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the very popular historical landmarks in London and has been there since the 17th century. It was reconstructed several times after the Great Fire of London which destroyed much of the city. St Paul Cathedral is among the most famous tourist attractions in London and with truly impressive interior. The…

Science Museum, London

Science Museum in London is a great place to visit with very engaging exhibits and therefore recommended for all ages. It is one fantastic destination for family day out with children and it is free admission. However, it could get quite crowded during the weekend. The museum is enormous and you could easily spent a few…

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! London

‘Ripley’s Believe It Or Not’ located in central London is not as interesting as I would have expected. It was a random decision to pay a visit to this attraction with my cousin sister since the both of us have got no plans on that afternoon. Moreover, I used to be a fan of ‘Ripley’s…

Natural History Museum, London

Natural History Museum is a fascinating place to visit in London and it is free admission. The architecture of the museum is stunning with really beautiful interiors. It has many interesting exhibits and collections which is very educational and suitable for children. The museum has different exhibits throughout the year based on a theme and more information could…

London Transport Museum, United Kingdom

London Transport Museum is a great place to visit and it is an ideal attraction for families. It is probably the best place in London for both adult and young children to learn about the different transportation as the museum has a decent collection of transportation from olden days to modern and future concepts. The museum and…

London Eye, United Kingdom

The internationally recognised symbol for London known as the London Eye is one of UK’s most popular attractions. This giant size wheel with the height of 443 feet tall  is an absolutely must-do and it is a good way to experience the spectacular London skyline. Interestingly, the London Eye was intended as a temporarily structure and…

Madame Tussauds London, United Kingdom

The world famous wax museum Madame Tussauds is a great place to visit in London but the tickets are expensive and overpriced for the amount of wax figures exhibits they have there. It was slightly disappointing that there weren’t as many celebrity wax figures as expected although they looks fairly real. It was overall a fun experience to be…

London Dungeon, United Kingdom

London Dungeon tour could be more scary and interesting but overall it was a decent experience. The tour is not suitable for anyone who does not feel comfortable being in the dark because it is dark most of the time. The entire tour was guided by professional actors from room to room through the Dungeon and…

Trafalgar Square, London

Trafalgar Square is one of the very famous landmarks in London and it is located at the front of the National Gallery. The square used to have massive flock of pigeons covering the square but now most of them are gone. It is a very busy square as many tourist will gather there since it is…

Green Park, London

Green Park is a scenic and beautiful park located in central London and it is also one of the Royal Parks of London. The park is within walking distance to Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square with the nearest tube station ‘Green Park station’. There will be clear signboards which will lead you to the direction of…