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  • The walkway of Palm House that allows you to be at the level of tree canopy, Kew Garden, London, UK | Laugh Travel Eat

    The Ultimate Guide to Kew Garden, London

    This is post 17 of 17 in the series “London” Famous for being home to thousands of species, Kew Garden might not be as gripping as a zoo, but the allure of the floras are not to be underestimated. Nestled in the south-west corner of London, this royal garden was opened in 1759 and boasts […]

  • Camden Market, London, UK | Laugh Travel Eat

    My top 5 Markets of London

    This is post 16 of 17 in the series “London” London has a million markets, from your average small farmers market in your neighbourhood to the world famous Portobello Market you are spoilt for choice. I had made it no secret that I am a huge fan of markets, my boarding house used to take […]

  • The interior of your stereotypical London bus, London | Laugh Travel Eat

    The Ultimate Guide to London Transport

    This is post 15 of 17 in the series “London” London is huge; in fact, it’s the 25th largest city in the world and home to 8.5 million people. Naturally, this capital city has a variety of transport links to help its inhabitants to get around. While I like the antiquity of the tube and the […]

  • The grand great hall of the Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London | Laugh Travel Eat

    My 1 Day West London Itinerary

    This is post 14 of 17 in the series “London” I have spent more time exploring London than I do Hong Kong, and it seems only fitting if I pull together some of my favourite places in London for a quick 1 Day itinerary, like I did for Hong Kong. But since London is such […]

  • Ryan Air, Gatwick Airport, London, UK | Laugh Travel Eat

    From London to Europe: tips on making it on the cheap

    This is post 13 of 17 in the series “London” Although UK is part of Europe, it is separated from the main continent by the English Channel. Being an expensive country, travelling from London to the rest of the UK can be even more expensive than travelling abroad. Having lived in London for 4 years […]

  • When fairytale comes true – A Cinderella Exhibition

    This is post 11 of 17 in the series “London”  We had all grown up with fairy tales, the tragedy of the heroine and her unwavering goodness, the twist of fate that bring her to her prince and the happily ever after. Whether we admit it or not, most of us are a sucker for […]

  • Surfing up the turf it’s not easy – it’s Big Easy

    This is post 10 of 17 in the series “London” Big easy was first mentioned to me by my university friends as a really good grill and seafood place, and how they actually get enough to eat there (we all know someone who can inhale food like a bottomless hole). However, I had been far […]

  • Brunch from Down Under – Lantana Cafe

    This is post 9 of 17 in the series “London” Not all brunches are created equal. After finding the best maple syrup bacon in Jackson and Rye, I was looking for another excuse to try out a new brunch place (Contrary to popular believe, my life mostly revolves around home and Uni). I am not […]

  • Kimchee in London

    This is post 8 of 17 in the series “London” I have always been a fan of Korean food, so when my friend suggested we go to Kimchee to celebrate another friend’s birthday (she’s quite a fine diner) as this is her favourite restaurant, I expected grand things from it. Situated almost equidistant from Holborn […]

  • burger and lobster | 5 restaurants in London that I freqeunted as a study abroad student

    What’s more to life than Burger and Lobster?

    This is post 7 of 17 in the series “London” For most Londoners, you probably smiled and nodded when you see the words Burger and Lobster. For those of you who don’t know what I am talking about, well, you are missing out and I am here to correct that. You get fries, salad and lobster […]

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