Trip Moment Recommendations
A Time Machine to the Past 🇵🇭😲
What an amazing place to visit and I felt like I was transported to the Spanish Colonial period in the Philippines. When we were there there were a lot of ancestral house that were being restored or getting fixed so we weren't able to see the interior of the house. We were pressing for time as well. How I wished we had an entire day to walk and stroll around the village coz I really felt like I was living in the past while looking at the surrounding. I really hope this place gets the attention or tourists that it derseve. A lot of people only kno about Vigan and to be honest I was one of those until we were taken here by our family.
Address: Taal Heritage Village
#mytripvlog #tripblazers #history #culture #culturewalk #philippines
🇬🇧Sacred Urban Splendor⛪️🛐
⛪️Majestically situated in the heart of Birmingham, St. Paul's Church is an architectural wonder that enchants and inspires anyone who sets foot within its grounds. Its imposing presence on St. Paul's Square makes it a timeless gem in the urban fabric.
I had the privilege of visiting this historic church on a bright autumn morning, and the experience was truly extraordinary. The limestone facade stood with an aura of grandeur, and the ornate entrance beckoned to discover a world of beauty and spirituality.
Once inside, the magnificence of St. Paul's Church emerged in all its glory. The colored stained glass filtered the sunlight, creating a mosaic of colors on the marble flooring. Intricate decorations and frescoes depicting sacred stories stood out against the walls, telling a millennia-old tale of faith and devotion.
The tranquility inside the church was palpable, and I felt enveloped by a sense of peace and reflection. The intricately carved wooden pews invited one to sit and contemplate, and so I did. I closed my eyes and allowed the distant sounds of the organ to fill my soul as I lost myself in my thoughts.
The history of St. Paul's Church is equally fascinating. Learning that this church had withstood fires and wars, preserving its beauty and spiritual significance, added profound meaning to my visit. It was a place that had witnessed generations of believers and visitors, a place that had weathered the storms of time.
In conclusion, my visit to St. Paul's Church was an experience I will never forget. This place is not only an extraordinary example of sacred architecture but also a haven for those seeking tranquility and reflection. It is a monument to beauty and spirituality that can be appreciated by people of all faiths and anyone in search of inspiration. If you find yourself in Birmingham, I highly recommend visiting this remarkable church.#TravelInspiration #birmingham #culturewalk #travel
I had the opportunity to visit La Recova Market during my trip to Tenerife, and I must say it was a fascinating experience. This market offers a wide variety of local products, from crafts to culinary specialties.
Atmosphere: ☀️The atmosphere is truly authentic, with a blend of colors, sounds, and aromas that capture the spirit of the island. It wasn’t too crowded when I went, which made the visit more enjoyable.
Available Products: 🍋🍇🦀I found many interesting options, including local crafts like textiles and art objects, as well as a wide selection of fresh food and local specialties like cheese and honey.
Prices: 💵Prices were in line with expectations for a market of this kind. I found that many of the craft products were very affordable, while the culinary specialties were a bit more expensive but worth it.
Accessibility: ♿️🦮 La Recova is easily accessible, located in the heart of Santa Cruz. I easily found parking nearby.
Tips: 🎩Make sure to try some of the local culinary specialties, such as fresh cheese and honey. Also, bring cash as some vendors may not accept credit cards.
In general, La Recova is a must-visit if you want to experience the authentic culture and cuisine of Tenerife.#TravelInspiration #holidays #trip #culturewalk
🇬🇧Eternal Majesty Awaits!⛪️🛐
Worcester Cathedral is a true masterpiece that stands as a testament to architectural splendor and spiritual significance. Located in the heart of Worcester, this cathedral is a marvel that should not be missed. Its history, grandeur, and spiritual aura create an experience that lingers long after the visit.
🛤️🚂Getting to Worcester Cathedral from Birmingham is convenient and offers a scenic journey. You can take a direct train from Birmingham New Street to Worcester Foregate Street, and from there, it's just a short walk to the cathedral. The picturesque ride through the English countryside adds to the anticipation of your cathedral visit.
Upon entering Worcester Cathedral, one is immediately struck by the grandeur of its architecture. The intricate details in the stone carvings, the towering nave, and the stunning stained glass windows are a feast for the eyes. Each corner of the cathedral holds a piece of history, and as you wander through, you can't help but be awed by the craftsmanship that has stood the test of time.
The cathedral's spiritual ambiance is palpable, making it not only a historical site but also a place of reverence. Whether you're seeking a quiet moment for reflection, interested in its religious significance, or simply appreciating the tranquility, Worcester Cathedral offers a serene space for all.
🍽️🍔☕️After your cathedral visit, indulge in a satisfying meal at "The Cathedral Square." This charming area surrounding the cathedral offers various dining options, from cozy cafes to traditional English pubs, ensuring that you'll find something to please your palate.
🏩🛌As for accommodation, consider staying at "The Fownes Hotel," located conveniently close to the cathedral. This historic hotel combines modern comfort with an old-world charm that complements the cathedral experience.
Guided tours provide fascinating insights into the cathedral's history, from its origins to its role in various historical events. You'll learn about the lives of those who contributed to its construction and the impact it has had on the community.
After exploring the cathedral's interior, take a moment to admire the beautiful exterior, too. The stunning architecture against the backdrop of the cityscape makes for a captivating sight.
In summary, Worcester Cathedral is a treasure trove of history, architecture, and spirituality. It's a place where the past and present seamlessly merge, offering an experience that leaves an indelible mark on all who visit. Whether you're an architecture enthusiast, a history buff, or simply someone seeking a moment of serenity, Worcester Cathedral is a must-see destination that promises to enrich your understanding of culture and heritage.#TravelInspiration #Worcester #trip#culturewalk#travel
Chew Jetty Journey
Initially, I wanted to make a post about Chew Jetty itself. But I was a bit disappointed by how lacking it was. Instead, I’ll talk about the journey from Armenian Street to Chew Jetty, as I did manage to find really interesting art and stores along the way.
The walk from Armenian Street to Chew Jetty is about 10 minutes. It’s not directly next to each other, but really close. Along the way you’ll see various street art and some traditional old school stores that sell bread and biscuits. The store in the first picture even sold herbal hard boiled eggs! Although it’s just a 10 minute walk, we spent about 30 minutes along the journey just shopping around and stopping to take pictures. Overall a really great experience as it was interesting to see and observe these things around us.
The jetty was interesting but not as impressive as I expected it to be. It’s rather small, and it isn’t really a jetty per se. More like a village standing on poles. The pathways were just planks nailed together and houses connected to these pathways only had a 20cm width worth of plank to balance across to get home. Besides that, there’s nothing else. The water has dried up and you can’t go down much further anyway.
#penang #jetty #art #culturewalk
Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen Temple
Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen is one of my favourite temples in Bangkok. The entire compound is stunning, with a rich cultural heritage, remarkable architecture and tranquil atmosphere.
One of the highlights is the breathtaking pagoda which is the most stunning spot that I have experienced in Thailand. The ceiling and the pagoda will mesmerise you. Both are incredibly beautiful!
Also, the big Buddha at Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen is incredible, it is one of the largest that I have seen so far.
If you are exploring Bangkok, Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen is a must-visit, it won’t disappoint you! Definitely it will give you a great escape from the bustling city.
#bangkoktrip #bangkok #bangkoktravel #bangkokcity #buddhism #culturalattractions #temple #thailand #thailandtravel #culturewalk #heritage #scenicspotguide #scenicspotphotoguide #culture #attraction #awesomepic #travel #exploresgtogether #summervacation
A Treasure of History and Culture
The Itsukushima Otori Gate is a sight to behold. It’s truly one of the most amazing pieces of history that you’ll ever come across. This gate is HUGE. It is truly massive. And it’s one of those things that you wouldn’t be able to understand until you actually visit it.
I really enjoyed just being around it and talking to people about the history and cultural significance of it. This particular gate survived the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. On top of that significant history pointer, this gate is also a key cultural piece that acts as a gate between the human and spirit world. This gate was built along with the shrine near the shore to worship the gods of the sea and storm. It’s truly a sight to behold.
#wecreate #awesomepic #tripblazers #culturewalk
Taragona tanning. Amazing weather and amazing build
Address - Taragona Ampi
Highlights - Beautiful arcitecture
Rating - 3/5
Address - Taragona old town
Highlights - Lots of restaurants selling local and exotic foods. Clean streets with various shops to browse in and memrabilia to purchase, with stunning buildings all around
Rating - 4/5
Address - Taragona Train Station
Highlights - Easy access and friendly staff. Cafe on site is very pleasant
Rating - 4/5#oldtown #travel #beachlife #culturewalk
A Touch of Spain in Calle Crisologo Vigan
Address - Crisologo Street, Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Highlights - This cobblestoned street highlights the ancestral architecture from the Spanish colonization in the Philippines. You must try riding a “kalesa” (a horse drawn carriage) here
Hotels - I recommend you stay at Ciudad de Fernandina for their newly renovated rooms
Shopping - Indulge yourself in native food delicacies and woven bags in Rowena’s Weaving store
Leuven, Mecca of Books and Beer
Centuries-old heritage and beer, education and youth sum Leuven up nicely.
Its youthfulness can be seen in countless terraces crowded with students. Leuven is home to one of Europe’s oldest universities. This gives the city a special prestige. There are beacons of knowledge, such as the impressive university library. Beer and entertainment can be found here as well. That’s only to be expected of a university city. Its great Stella Artois brewery, home to over 600 years of brewing expertise.
#summervacation #cafe #culturewalk #urbanexplorer
Sacred Monkey Forest - Ubud🐒🌿
The Mandala Suci Wenara Wana, also known as the sacred monkey forest sanctuary is one of the most popular attractions in Ubud.
The scenery is beautiful, surrounded by temples, greenery and monkeys. It is possible to feed the monkeys in specific spots accompanied by the staff, also take a selfie with them but be aware of your belongings and don’t carry food on your own because they will try to get it.
In case you drive a car or ride a motorbike to the spot there is a parking, but the price isn’t included in the entrance fee. You will need to pay according to the hours that you spend in the attraction.
Admission fee: 80000 IDR
#tripaway #tripmoments #ubud #bali #indonesia #monkey #forest #Traveling #exploresgtogether #exploring #CultureWalk #scenicspotguide
Hayward Gallery: Crazy beautiful modern art 🚀
Supercharge your IG account with endless show stopping exhibitions from the Hayward Gallery on London’s Southbank. We saw an exhibition called Strange Clay - but even if you don’t catch an exhibition, head to the Southbank centre and you’ll see:
🏗 Some of London’s most famous Brutalist architecture. Think ugly-pretty huge swathes of concrete.
🛹 Under the gallery is one of London’s coolest skate parks. Watch on as people do tricks in the concrete overhand of the gallery.
River views; some of the best views of London can be seen from the Southbank Centre.
🌮 Wahacca! Just by the gallery is a big yellow shipping container with some really great Mexican street food. Head to the second floor and sit by the window for unbeatable London views!
🚀 Getting There - Head to Waterloo or Black-fryers Station
🖼 Attractions - in the Southbank Centre alongside the Hayward Gallery, is the National Theatre. It’s AMAZING. They have really contemporary file-breaking theatre. See if there’s a show on!
🏨 Hotels - ##seacontainers is just by the Oxo tower for a very cool hotel nearby.
🥂 Food & Restaurants - Wahacca is downstairs from the Hayward (they have a quick take-away area and a full sit down restaurant) but there is plenty to eat nearby; Nandoes, Wagamamas, and you’re only a short walk from Borough Market, one of London’s best street food and produce markets.
#newyearadventure #tripblazers #urbanexplorer #foodie #london #londonart #2023TravelWish #CultureWalk
Get fancy at The National Gallery 🎨
🎨 Getting There - Charring Cross Station or Leicester Square on the tube
🎟 Attractions - if you grow tired of the national gallery, the national portrait gallery is round the corner as well as London’s Theatre Land, and China town so plenty to do!
🏨Hotels - Lots of old school London glamour nearby. Check out the Ritz or the Savoy a couple of metro stops away.
🥂Food & Restaurants - there’s a decent cafe for a coffee and cake here, but head over to China town (a short five minute walk) from here for some dimsum or hit up Covent Garden for a meal in the piazza.
🎁Shopping - you’re very near Covent Garden here for some old English brands and nice bits to buy. #newyearadventure #london #CultureWalk #art #MyTripVlog #urbanexplorer #nationalgallery
Hong Kong Palace Museum
The Hong Kong Palace Museum is located at the West Kowloon Cultural District. It was opened to the public in July 2022. Longing to visit the Hong Kong Palace Museum and this is my first visit to it!
It has a total of 8 exhibition theatres across 3 floors. No. 8 theatre requires additional entrance fee for special exhibition. We spent nearly the whole afternoon exploring seven theatres which showcase fine collections from the Palace Museum in Beijing and other world-renowned institutions.
According to the information at the Museum, over 900 priceless treasures are from the Palace Museum in Beijing and many of them are on display in Hong Kong for the first time.
The Musuem is so caring that they have benches and foldable chairs at every corners for visitors. In addition, there are open space and sitting area in each floor. Second Floor and the Fourth Floor can access the roof area which is good for taking photos of the West Kowloon Cultural District and the Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong Palace Museum is a collaborative project between the West Kowloon Cultural District Authoirty and the Palace Museum. It offers a cultural resources that belongs to the community of Hong Kong, connect the city with arts and culture, and promote creativity and interdisciplinary collaboration. I am so satisfied with this visit and hope to visit again in future for other exhibitions and to get to know and learn more about arts, culture, history and other knowledge.
Address - West Kowloon Cultural District, No. 8 Museum Drive, Kowloon
Opening Hours - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm; Friday, Saturday and Public Holiday from 10am to 8pm; close on Tuesdays (except public holidays) and the first two days of the Lunar New Year
Getting There - MTR Kowloon Station, buses, taxi, car, complimentary shuttle bus running across M+, Hong Kong Palace Museum and west entrance of the West Kowloon Cultural District (near West Harbour Crossing Kowloon) daily from 9:30am to 7:30pm
Attractions - M+, Art Park
Hotels - Ritz-Carlton and W Hotel
Food & Restaurants - Elements and MTR Kowloon Station in addition to Ritz-Carlton and W Hotel
Shopping - Elements
💫WEIRDLY WONDERFUL HAW PAR VILLA💫
Address - Haw Par Villa is located at 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628
Getting There - I recommend taking the MRT as it’s the most straightforward way to get there. Alight at Haw Par Villa MRT (Circle Line, yellow) and proceed to Exit A ( CC25 ).
Highlights - THE 10 COURTS OF HELL & CHINESE 🇨🇳FABLES AND STORIES.
Rating - 7.5/10
This Chinese culture theme park was slated to be one of Singapore’s 🇸🇬 major tourist attractions back in the day, though these days it is more of a nostalgic curiosity and is somewhat shabby and mostly forgotten. Haw Par Villa is still home to some of the weirdest sculptures I’ve seen though, and worth a visit if you like quirky attractions without a crowd (and also… free!).😀
Haw Par Villa isn’t very big – you can easily explore it in 1-2 hours.
THE 10 COURTS OF HELL.
The most famous section of Haw Par Villa that any one who has ever visited it back in the day is the 10 Courts of Hell, an idea rooted in the Buddhist belief that you reap what you sow. Basically the belief is that all your sins in life are punishable in death, and the worst your sin, the more epically gory your torture will be.
To end this, I took about 2 hours to circle the park without a tour, it’s a little hilly so be prepared to walk a bit. Also, no air-conditioning so consider a paper fan or a hat 👒 to stay cool – there are benches here and there to sit down.
#singapore #awesomepic #culturewalk #hawparvilla
Visual Culture to see in M+
M+ Museum adds to a collection of artistic culture exhibited in Hong Kong. You can see Hong Kong in the past, now, and beyond, and also different historical cultures and icons of different countries. Paintings, photos and antique furniture are other collections displayed in the museum.
Located in West Kowloon Cultural District, the museum has a cinema, shop, and cafe to explore too.
A gentle reminder when you visit the M+:
✅ Please pay attention to the opening hours. The Museum opens on Tuesdays to Thursdays and weekends from 10:00 to 18:00;
Fridays: 10:00–22:00 and closed on Mondays: Closed. The last admission time is thirty minutes before closing.
✅ You can keep your backpack in the locker. Please take care of the locker’s key.
✅ There are different exhibitions from time to time. You can check the museum website for the show.#museum #culturewalk #culture #culturetrip
coffee village Doi Pui / Doi Suthep
nice day out
no plan free soul
like 1st impression for this city
i miss this
i miss you
which you you you #culturewalk #nature #village #hillsmountain #lifestyle #ขุนช่างเคี่ยน #เชียงใหม่ #thailand
Kuan Yim Shrine in Bangkok
Chinatown is the most popular of Bangkok's alive areas that never sleep. During the day, the streets and alleyways are filled with a vibrant mix of colours, smells and flavors from roadside restaurants and all-day markets.
During the day, you can escape from the crowded road and discover hidden temples, kind locals and daily life in its purest form.
While we were escaping from the crowd of this neighborhood, we came across the Kuan Yim Shrine and street pictures that represent chinese culture.
#chinatown #bangkok #bangkoktravel #thailand #thailandtravel #temple #shrine #culturewalk
Deepavali @LittleIndia Singapore
Once a year, the little India district turns into a very happening place, with bazaars for food and all necessity for the celebration of Deepavali.
Serangoon Road and Race Course Road are the center stage for the light-up. It is so beautiful in the nighttime, giving you a happy feeling and positive thinking for welcoming the new year. This is the event that you must visit and see. The light-up is from 16 September to 13 November 2022.
The biggest bazaar is located in front of Tekka Mall at the beginning of Serangoon road, and another one is located opposite Mustafa Center, next to the mosque, and in front of Farrer Park Hotel and medical center.
#urbanexplorer #sg #singapore #celebration #culture #culturewalk #littleindia #event #mustsee #mustvisit
Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai
Address: 231 Nanjing Rd (W), People's Square, Huangpu, Shanghai, China, 200003.
Highlights: The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai is situated in a modern, elegant 3-story building. There are plenty of ancient works, especially the Chinese painting by Tang Bo Hu. Lucky to have a very knowledgeable young volunteer giving the background explanation to fully appreciate the beauty. Besides, all signs are translated into English, so do not worry even if you could not understand Mandarin! You will definitely learn a lot about Chinese ancient paintings and sculptures here.😬
You can also walk on to the open area on the roof top. Quiet with a nice view of the greens. Located in the very crowded people's park, yet it enjoys the tranquility. 🥰
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm daily, closed on Monday
Admission fee: CNY80
#shinsider #culturewalk #shanghai #museum
Shanghai Natural History Museum
Address: Jing'an Sculpture Park, Jing'an District, China, 200041.
Highlights: The Shanghai Natural History Museum is one of the biggest natural history museums in China. It is constructed in the shape of a green spiral shell. It is famous for its technologically advanced and environmentally friendly construction.
This museum serves as an essential platform for popular science education and cultural exchange. It consists of a total of five floors. I would recommend you to start at the top floor and walk their way down to the last floor underground. The River of Life is located on L1, where people can participate in a party of prehistoric and current creatures, and meet the biggest mammal in the world – the blue whale. 😬
Opening hours: 9am to 5.15pm daily, closed on Monday
Admission fee: CNY30 for adults, CNY12 for child
#shinsider #shanghai #culturewalk
Jiading Confucius Temple
Address: China, Shanghai, Jiading District, 201800
Highlights: The Jiading Confucius Temple can be visited for free. It is located inside is the Shanghai Chinese Imperial Examinations Museum. There are many internal management staff which are friendly and helpful. The experience here will definitely be great with their helps and explaination. There are exhibition halls that are quite large and is very informative. I am sure you will also spend quite some time here immerse in the historical vibe.
At the front of the Confucian Temple, there is the a large pond of Huilongtan. You can rent a boat for a fee. The scenary around the pond is nice and well-decorated. 🤩
Opening hours: 8am to 4pm daily
#shinsider #culturewalk #shanghai
Address: 1686 Nanjing Rd (W), Jing'An, Shanghai, China, 200040
Highlights: Jing'an Temple is one of the most famous temples in Shanghai, and it is a must-visit if you ever travel to Shanghai. It is located in the Jing'an district, West downtown of Shanghai.
Jing'an temple is a Tangmi Buddhist temple. The first thing that really impressed me was the design and architecture of the temple, which was very beautiful and impressive with the backdrop of highrise buildings in Shanghai. It is like traditional blends in the cosmopolitan city.🥰
This temple is calm, and clean. It was a nice experience to be in this temple, to appreciate and enjoy the significant artwork here, including the well know and famous Hongwu bell, and the bronze Buddha. 😌
Opening hours: 7.30am to 5pm daily
#shinsider #shanghai #culturewalk
The Famous Shanghai Museum
Address: 201 Renmin Ave, People's Square, Huangpu, China, 200003
Highlights: The Shanghai museum is a perfectly preserved capsule of the decades and centuries. It is a must see in Shanghai. The museum is a 5 story building with a rich historical collection of Chinese art. Some of the galleries include Chinese bronze age, sculptures, ceramic artworks, paintings, calligraphy, seals, furniture, and coins.😄
The museum is free to enter but there is also a paid audio guide that is well worth using. The diverse historical lineage of Chinese tradition is explained extremely well with the voice guide, in your language of choice. It will definitely enhance your experience here! 🥰
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm daily
#shinsider #culturewalk #shanghai #museum
The Famous Shanghai Street - Tianzifang
Address: 210 Taikang Rd, Huangpu, Shanghai, China, 200023
Highlights: The Tianzifang is a very nice market in the old Shanghai Street maze. It is worth going just to get the idea of the old times. The historic buildings are still maintained and most of the place is filled with art galleries. Even though this is one of the main tourist spots in Shanghai and has lot of crowd all through out the day but its still kept well clean and maintained, even the smaller streets around this area. 🤩
Moreover, the shops here are really nice and you can find typical souvenirs with a bit more local flair. However, there is no bargaining here and you can pay with card in most shops. I really enjoy spending time here!😊
#shinsider #culturewalk #shanghai
London National Gallery
Address: Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN, United Kingdom.
Getting there: You can take tube and stop at the Charing Cross station. The park is just around 2 minutes walk away.
Highlights: The National Gallery is situated in the famous Trafalgar Square which houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. The national gallery is such a beautiful building and can be visited for free. Most of the painting has a tab beside explaining the background, which is very insightful. I have spent an amazing afternoon here and what a treat to see so many famous works of art, really enjoyed wandering around taking in the art. 🤩😬
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily
#ldninsider #culturewalk #london #art
London Transport Museum
Address: The Piazza, London WC2E 7BB, United Kingdom.
Getting there: You can take tube and stop at the Covent Garden station. The park is just around 4 minutes walk away.
Highlights: The London Transport Museum is a museum of urban transport which offers various galleries of vintage London trams, trains & buses. This is a great museum with so much to see. There are also a lot interactive stuff, and all of it is informative and entertaining, from the old horse drawn trans to the first Underground trains and modern trains and buses. There is also a nice gift shop with a wide selection at typical London gift shop prices. 🥰😬
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily
#ldninsider #london #culturewalk #museum
The Cartoon Museum
Address: 63 Wells St, London W1A 3AE, United Kingdom.
Getting there: You can take tube and stop at the Oxford Circus station. The park is just around 7 minutes walk away.
Highlights: The Cartoon Museum is a London museum for British cartoons, caricatures and comic strips, owned and operated by the Cartoon Art Trust.
When we first entered the exhibition, a staff explained some of the cartoons / history to us which is very informative and he is also very friendly. They had a little extra exhibit on a graphic novelist and his process and comics throughout the years, which I found absolutely enthralling. 😊
Opening hours: 10.30am to 5.30pm daily, closed on Monday
#ldninsider #culturewalk #london
Royal Academy of Arts
Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD, United Kingdom.
Getting there: You can take tube and stop at the Green Park station. The park is just around 4 minutes walk away.
Highlights: The Royal Academy of Arts is an art institution based in Burlington House on Piccadilly in London. It is situated in a marvellous building. I went for the summer exhibition which was absolutely stunning, well curated, clearly a labor of love and there was such a good spread of art. There was also band playing and free drinks were a really nice touch. 😁
The facilities at the Royal Academy of Arts are well equipped, clean and presentable. Cafe looked nice especially in the courtyard.😬
Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily, closed on Monday
#ldninsider #london #culturewalk #art
National Army Museum
Address: Royal Hospital Rd, London SW3 4HT, United Kingdom.
Getting there: You can take tube and stop at the Sloane Square station. The museum is just around 13 minutes walk away.
Highlights: The National Army Museum is the leading authority on the Army and its impact on society past and present. It is a medium sized museum but perfectly formed. It has various interesting galleries which showcases the impressive history of The British Army. It was a truly insightful trip to get to know more about the Army life. 😬😊
Opening hours: 10am to 5.30pm daily, closed on Monday
#ldninsider #culturewalk #london #tripblazers
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