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Discover: Top 5 Places to Visit in London

As one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, London is home to an array of famous attractions, from food and cultural diversity to a bustling city life, there is something for everyone. So we’ve gathered our top five places that you don’t want to miss if you’re paying a visit to London!

The Big Ben

The 16-storey Gothic clock tower and national symbol at the end of the Houses of Parliament is a true British icon and a major attraction that is recognised all around the world.


The London Eye

Admire a 360° panoramic view from the top of the London Eye, day or night. At a height of 135m, the view stretches some 40 kilometres in every direction, and the wheel takes around 30 minutes to complete a round at a leisurely pace.


St Paul’s Cathedral

The famous dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is another iconic feature in London, with its magnificent interior and a wonderful view of the London skyline. Rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London, it has become a major historic site for many state occasions, including the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Sightseeing admissions and free guided tours are available to join upon arrival.


Covent Garden

With a range of products on display, Covent Garden is one of the main shopping places in London. From thrift shops to high-end fashion retailers, there is sure to be something for everyone. Take a wander down the market aisles, where you’ll find some typical British products or have brunch at the many restaurants and cafes nearby!


Piccadilly Circus

Another great shopping area that you’ll find in London Soho is Piccadilly Circus. Take a trip down the winding streets and you’ll find the famous Fortnum and Mason house, which is the ultimate destination for luxury hampers and unique gifts, British teas, coffees and elegant wines. It’s also a great stop for a traditional afternoon tea!

Piccadilly Circus is lined with many bars and restaurants, and also has easy access to other prime locations such as Chinatown, Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace.

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