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Top Three London Tube Line for Tourist

Posted on: June 29th, 2014 by Ken Chong No Comments
Top Three London Tube Line for Tourist

London Tube or Underground  is the most quickest way  for tourist to get around London. However, you might feel complex and confuse for the eleven different lines and shinning colours cross much of this world leading metropolis. To reduce the complex of the Tube Lines, I am going to recommend three most important line that can cover most of the

London Blog – Stamford Bridge Tour

Posted on: October 7th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London Blog – Stamford Bridge Tour

As I am Cheslea fan and needless to say that one of the highlights during my London visit is Stamford Bridge. This is pure “travel alone” visit and I did not join their Stadium Tour due to time constrain. Stamford Bridge Stamford Bridge Even this is a travel blog but do allow me to talk something about soccer, actually I

Do you miss London?

Posted on: August 11th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
Do you miss London?

Do you miss London? Right now it’s a good opportunity for a bunch of people like me who miss London very much or want to watch the London attractions. 12th August, 11am at London time will provide to you almost 2 hours London Travel in front of your TV. What is this show? Actually it’s Olympic Men’s Marathon. Don’t you

How to use Oyster Card to ride a bus in London

Posted on: August 6th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
How to use Oyster Card to ride a bus in London

How to use an Oyster card to ride a bus in London? Before that, let’s me explain to you what is Oyster card. This “plastic pass” sizes same as your credit card. You can store your credit in Oyster card and pay as you go. It is very convenient and inexpensive which widely accepted in most of the transportation in

London connection

Posted on: July 28th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London connection

In just less than 2 hours people all around the world will focus on London as the opening ceremony of Olympic 2012 is kicking off. Once again, London will be centre of tourist.  If you think that London is too congest for you then travel to other cities which nearby could be an option. Below table provides the information of

London Transport

Posted on: July 25th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London Transport

Airport in London London has three major airports – Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. Heathrow Airport London Heathrow Airport looks set to become the busiest in the world, transporting 67 million passengers a year from five terminals. From the airport, 15 miles (24 km) west of Central London, the Heathrow Express whisks you into London Paddington Station in 15 minutes. It

London City Farm

Posted on: July 15th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London City Farm

London City Farm Do you want to experience a slice of rural lifestyle in farm environment without leaving London? Together with farmyard animals, a lot of city farms offer gardens, children’s play grounds and a farm shop where you can pick up fresh farm produce. Here are the guideline which you can head right down to amongst London’s city farms

London Attraction (Quick Glance)

Posted on: July 10th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London Attraction (Quick Glance)

This post mainly provide basic information about London city’s attraction for London tourist.   Tower Bridge:  Built in 1894, one of the most iconic bridges in London. Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament: Parliament is open to all members of the UK public and overseas visitors. You can attend debates and watch committee hearings, tour the buildings or climb

Cross the river Thames by Cable Car

Posted on: June 21st, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
Cross the river Thames by Cable Car

This summer, you will see a different transportation across the Thames. It’s cable car!!! The Emirates Air Line stands out as the first urban cable car system of its kind in the UK, offering a fresh and fascinating river crossing in the region. From summer 2012, the cable car enables pedestrians, wheelchair users and cyclists to cross the river Thames

My London Travel Blog

Posted on: June 13th, 2012 by Ken Chong 1 Comment
My London Travel Blog

Welcome to my London Travel Blog. London, one of the most visited in the world thanks to its numerous famous attractions. It’s also a tremendous year for the London with Olympic Games rolls into town. Honestly I really don’t have such overwhelming desire and feeling of this vibrant city during my first visit in 2004. Despite my reservations, I start

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