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5th October embarked the remarkably memorable trip of mine, 10547.64km away from home to the beautiful city of London.

I was excited yet nervous as it was my first time ever traveling so far.

I know most of you have been to London and I don’t think there’s any point of me to do a ‘London City Guide’, moreover you can find it everywhere like Monocle. So here I’m to share my experience in London with all my photos.

Day 1

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It was about 15oC when we touched down at Heathrow airport and the first thing I saw was these adorable little cabs queuing by the roadside. Honestly, I wish the amount of photos that I’m gonna show u would not bore you to death.

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First thing first, checked in to our hotel at Mercure London Bridge with the nearest Southwark underground station.

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Mercure London Bridge is just a walking distance away from the famous Borough Market. As we were starving by the time we were done loading our luggage in the rooms, it’s FOOD time!! no place in mind and then we saw this restaurant at Borough Market called Roast. Second floored restaurant that was surprisingly spacious that serves decent lunch.

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Seriously?! Literally every corner is photo-worthy.

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So we spent half of our first day strolling around the city especially at Oxford Circus & Regent Street. I got a lil too excited to see so many double deckers around:P

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and of course one of my favourite coffee spot cause of their pretty papercup! haha

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St. Paul Cathedral is one of the famous cathedral in London that has been dominating the skyline of London for over 300 years. The entrance fee to enter St Paul cathedral was around £16 to £18 if not mistaken.

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Aha!! The mandatory shots with the red telephone booth. Sadly this phone booth smelled so badly. Look at that fake smile hahaha.

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Then we explored to an area called Marylebone where we were looking for Monocle cafe.

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Monocle cafe checked!

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Day 2

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This was my favourite little corner of the hotel’s restaurant where I got my daily dose of delicious croissants for 4 days.

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Off to the British Museum (free entry) on the 2nd day and look at this Theatre Kiosk!!!

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British Museum is among the largest with most comprehensive existence of collections originate from all continents and was established in the year of 1753.

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After our visit to the museum, we made our way to meet our lovely Brian Neo who recently just moved to London for his degree.

First thing first, FISH & CHIPS!!!

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So we went back to Borough Market again as Google showed us one of the famous Fish!Kitchen was located there.

We actually made a reservation to dine in but the prices between dining in and taking away was £10 difference! Hehe of course we chose the cheap option and ate outside of the shop as almost everyone did. 😛

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Are all florists in London so pretty??!!

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Gotcha! Our Brian Neo was doing his thanggg and hi stranger you fit into the yellow very well.

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Here comes the Tower Bridge!!! Sadly the weather was gloomy but still it was quite a scene comparing between looking at it with my own eyes and over a picture or screen.

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Ehhe the mandatory shot with the bridge

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I could spend all day sitting by the river, sipping draught beer and looking at all the beautiful people and feeling the Autumn breeze.

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We walked across the bridge and headed to Chinatown then looked for our dinner restaurant which was…..

HONEST BURGER!!!

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I’ve ordered the signature Honest burger that came with beef patty, red onion relish, smoked bacon, cheddar, pickled cucumber and lettuce with rosemary salted chips which costs £10.95.

and then heavy poured right after our dinner duhhh!!:((( So we had to rushed back to our hotel and got some rest for the 3rd day!

Day 3

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It was a very exciting 3rd day as the sun was out!!

I put on my favourite pink Adidas sweater for the day and headed to meet Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. Haha as in Notting Hill!

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Oh these little corners, I’ll just let the photos speak for themselves.

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This is what I’m talking about! The colourful houses at Notting Hill where the movie “Notting Hill” was shot at.

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After that we took the bus to Hyde Park which was one of my favourite places to go in London.

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Can you feel the Gossip Girls in Autumn? Hahahaha. Of all the fallen leaves and cooling air, I wished I did not have to leave.

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I didn’t know if it was because of the cold or what, we got hungry real easy. We headed to Kingly Court near Oxford Circus looking for Dirty Bones after Hyde Park, but sadly it was closed.

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Did my pizza tempt you a lil? Yeh we ended up having pizza at Pizza Pilgrims. I really love the overall ambience at Kingly Court cause I felt like I was instantly kept away from the hassle that was happening out of this area.

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After our late lunch, we headed to London Eye and Big Ben and the saddest thing was…

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Big Ben was on it’s last year (3rd year) of renovation and this was the only thing we could see!!!!! 😦

Anyways, that area was packed af and we quickly made out way across the bridge towards London Eye.

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Lucky shot of this adorable little boy feeding the seagulls.

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Never skipped getting a gelato while you are at the merry-go-round!! Perhaps some popcorn too 😛

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Day 4

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Made it to the famous Monmouth cafe near Borough Market the next morning with high expectation but their service disappointed me though. I do love their interior as they utilized mostly wooden furniture and decent coffee too.

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Hi old version of double decker!

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Hi Paul patisserie

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and hi you two little snugglers

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and the pretty pink cab and trench coat

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We had a reservation at The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon @ Fortnum & Mason which I highly recommend for high tea.

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Approximately £45 for a set of high tea that consist of 9 refillable items and various choices of tea. Refillable, that sounds attractive huh hahaha. Anyways, prior booking is advisable as it’s always packed.

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Our only photo with Neo Neo before he left to Portsmouth the next day.

Day 5

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Here comes our last day in London and we spent the day wandering around Shoreditch and was introduced by William to this cafe called Franze & Evans, a down-to-earth neighborhood cafe that serves decent coffee and croissant.

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Came upon the Brick Lane Market after that.

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and a lot of unique little shops. I realised that almost every individual shop does visual merchandising!

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Walked pass this old school Gentlemens Saloon

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or perhaps a family bonding session

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I couldn’t get over with all the pretty flowers in London

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Ok this was another favourite corner of mine in London, Neal’s Yard at Covent Garden.

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It is a small triangular kinda space surrounded by all the hipster restaurants and cafes.

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Time for the last fish & chips before we left London the next day. We came to this restaurant called Rock & Sole Plaice. This restaurant has been here since 1871 and still serving amazing fish & chips!

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Then we went back to the Regent Street again to shop for a lil more and stumbled into this rustic homey espresso bar by Jack Wills. What a lovely space.

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Sorry for another photo of the florist but I’m trying to express some sadness through this picture where the two of them walked away from each other as though I was walking away from this beautiful city on the last day. :(((((

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Managed to get my postcards posted to my family on the last day

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So before we headed to the Wicked show, we went window shopping at Harrods. However, we were in the mall for less than 30 mins as everything in there was toooo expensive to afford!

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At last, we ended our beautiful day with the best show, Wicked.

London has been amazing to us and truly an eye-opening trip ever. Til we meet again.

Oh stay tuned to my video soon!

Virgin Trip to London 5th October embarked the remarkably memorable trip of mine, 10547.64km away from home to the beautiful city of London.
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