United Kingdom Travel Guide

The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom definitely has dozens of reasons worth leaving home for.


Piccadilly Circus 
Piccadilly Circus is now partly pedestrianized and a favorite place for people to congregate before going to the nearby shopping and entertainment areas. 

Victoria Embankment Gardens
The City of Westminster Parks are enjoyed by thousands of visitors all year round. This site is one of over a hundred green spaces in the City, which is manged by the Parks Service. 


Explore the authentic restaurants and shops of London's Chinatown neighbourhood and join special events to get a flavour of Chinese culture in London. 

Four Seasons BBQ Dishes
 This restaurant is the go-to spot for any discerning duck fiend.


Located in the heart of London, Westminster is a popular tourist spot. Home to an abundance of attractions, including many of London's most iconic landmarks. 

 Walk around Westminster and stop for a quick meal. 

London Eye

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It's Europe tallest Ferris wheel and you can enjoy the London views of up to 40km! 

Tower Bridge 

Tower Bridge is one of the London's famous bridges and it is a bascule and suspension bridge on River Thames. It has two towers which are connected with two walkways. 

Buckingham Palace 

Buckingham Palace is the London residence and administrative head quarters of the monarchy of the United Kingdom. It is recognized as the focus of national and royal celebrations.

Covent Garden 

Covent Garden is in the West End, London's main theatre and entertainment area. Tourists fill its elegant, car-free Piazza, home to fashion stores, crafts at the Apple Market and the Royal Opera House. 

Australia House 

Royal Courts Of Justice 
The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is a court building in London which houses the High Court and Court of Appeal of England and Wales. 

St Paul's Cathedral 
St Paul's Cathedral, London, is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. It sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London.

 City of London - Moorgate 
The commanding architecture at the heart of London's busiest financial district certainly leaves a lasting impression.

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 
Get into the spirits as Winter Wonderland returns to the London's Hype Park. 

Enjoying carousel and helter-skelter rides at the traditional fairground with young kids or giving the adults some adrenaline-fuelled rides on the Winter wonderland roller coaster.

Head to Winter Wonderland's many restaurants, bar and food stalls for tasty food, mulled wine or warming hot chocolate. 

Stax Diner @ Kingley Court

Gourmet burgers and popcorn shrimp in a small, first-floor, American-run cafe with food-tin lighting. The fried chicken and waffle is one of the highlights here however the waffle was a lil soggy though. 
Shoryu @ Kingley Court
Shoryu specialises in authentic tonkotsu ramen, a dish from the Hakata district of Fukuoka City in Southern Japan. This particular type of ramen is made with thick, rich white pork soup and thin straight noodles. 

 Island Poke @ Kingley Court
A classic Hawaiian dish of cubed, marinated fish. The 'Poke Bowl' is a modern approach to this concept and normally includes a base of rice or slaw topped with seaweeds, fruit salsas, pickles and garnishes.

Beigel Bake 

24-hour bakery known for traditional Jewish-style filled bagels such as salt beef and smoked salmon. The salted beef bagel is astounding! 

Smack Lobster Roll 

The classic lobster roll was amazingly good. Bread was soft and crispy with loads of lobster inside. Definitely worth it! 

M&M's World

In the heart of Leicester Square, M&M's World London is the world largest candy store with an extensive range of M&M's chocolate and merchandise. 


Birmingham Christmas Market 

 You can find a range of food, drinks and gifts as well as enjoy the atmosphere created by lit-up stalls, music and entertainment. 

Hotel Chocolate
Love their ice cream so much! Go for the one topped with loads of salted caramel sauce! So good! 

The Plough Harborne 

Good for brunch, breakfast and pub grub. 

Dixy Chicken 
Fresh, crispy and juicy chicken. They have something to stimulate every taste bud! It's spicy but i can't stop having it!

Caffe Nero
 The usual Caffe Nero that you could get everywhere. 

Birmingham Library

 The Library of Birmingham provides a showcase for Birmingham's internationally important collections of archives, photography and rare books. Facilities include a state-of-the-art gallery space, opening up public access to the collections. 

Great Western Arcade 
great Western Arcade is the hub of thriving independent retail in the city. 

St Philip's Cathedral
 Birmingham Cathedral is the oldest building in the city centre still used for its initial purpose.



  Edinburgh has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings.

St Giles' Cathedral

 St Giles' Cathedral, also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh University

The Balmoral 
A sophisticated hotel located in a landmark of Victorian building surrounded by restaurants. Looks a lil creepy though.

 Scott Monument
A Gothic style monument built to commemorate the Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott.


A boutique cocktail bar and restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town. A favourite of locals and visitors alike, Monteiths is a must for relaxed dining and innovative cocktails. 


Aberdeen is a vibrant, creative and ambitious city, known for its historic charm and cosmopolitan community. The City of Aberdeen has something for everyone, from the bustling city centre of Europe’s Energy Capital, to the beautiful countryside and coastlines, there’s plenty to see and do.

Wild Boar
Nicely decorated pub which serves Scottish breakfast. Good selection of beer and wine are also available here. 

Marischal College
The second largest granite building in the world which features several different architectural styles, different forms of granite and a sense of awe and majesty. 

The Kirk of St. Nicholas Uniting
As well as the impressive architecture itself, the church has many medieval effigies and late medieval woodwork.  

Abeerdeen Christmas Village 
It's time to don the winter woolies and immerse yourself in the festive spirit. Soak up the festive atmosphere and enjoy some traditional drinks and snacks. 


Glasgow Christmas Market @ Merchant City 

 There are a lot of restaurants in Blythswood Hill.


Manchester is a major city in the northwest of England with a rich industrial heritage.

 John Rylands Library
One of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts. 

Everyone is welcome in the library, to study, research the collection, participate in their programme
 or events or simply enjoy how the space makes you feel. 

Manchester Art Gallery 

One of the country's finest art collections in spectacular Victorian and contemporary surroundings. The gallery's £35 million transformation has enabled the collection to be presented to visitors in imaginative new ways.

Manchester Cathedral

Piccadilly Garden
Piccadilly Gardens is an open-space area situated in the heart and soul of the city centre. As an accessible gateway to the city, it provides both work and leisure opportunities for a large number of people.

Royale Exchange Theatre
Manchester's former cotton exchange stages events in the round in architecturally stunning space.

Science and Industry Museum

The Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, England, is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology and industry with emphasis on the city's achievements in these fields

The Principal Manchester
With its clock tower and striking Victorian architecture, Principal Manchester is an unmistakable landmark in the city's skyline. 

 Head over to Norther Quarter for breakfast! Northern Quarter is some of the city's liveliest music venues. 

Creams Cafe 
Huge selection of ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, crepes and etc. 


Warwick is famous for its magnificent castle and historic charm. The town of Warwick is graced with a wide variety of attractive parks and gardens, both privately and publicly owned.  

Warwick Castle 

 Warwick Castle has a chequered history which moves from its construction as a Wooden Motte and Bailey castle by William the Conqueror to a massive stone fortress.

St Mary's Church 

A glorious view of the tow, surrouunding countryside and the Castle can be seen from the top of the tower - well worth climbing the 134 steps to see.