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Natural History Museum of London

Natural History Museum of London

The Natural History Museum located at Exhibition Road, Kensington is a virtual treasure trove of life and earth science collections. This astonishing museum is home to a staggering 70 million species. The collections may be categorized into five wings – Paleontology, Mineralogy, Zoology, Botany and Entomology. An exclusive Wildlife Garden is also there inside the(…)

Published On: Friday, July 5th, 2013
Imperial War Museum

Imperial War Museum

The Imperial War Museum located in Lambeth, London was established in the year 1917 in memory of those soldiers who laid down their lives in the First World War. The museum is a storehouse of war memorabilia, arms and weapons, war photographs, rare war art collections and even armored vehicles. There is an exclusive exhibition(…)

Published On: Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

Want to have a memorable experience during your tour to Singapore? Then do plan a visit to the beautiful Butterfly Park, Singapore. Having more than 50 species of butterflies, Butterfly Park, Singapore is a great place to explore. It is altogether a fascinating experience to see a whole range of 2500 colorful and lovely butterflies(…)

Published On: Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
Night Safari Singapore

Night Safari Singapore

If you are in a mood of spotting animals at night, then Singapore Night Safari is the way to go. Tours to Singapore are incomplete without indulging in Singapore Night Safari. Located right adjacent to Singapore Zoo, Singapore Night Safari Park is the first wildlife park in the world that is meant specially to be(…)

Published On: Monday, July 1st, 2013
National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum located in Green, which beside the Greenwich Park is UK’s most renowned maritime museum. The museum is home to a bewildering array of maritime artifacts which includes navigational equipment, charts and maps, coins and medals, flags, ship models, timekeeping, uniforms and weapons. The museum premises also houses the Queen’s House, which(…)

Published On: Saturday, June 29th, 2013
Horse Guards Parade

Horse Guards Parade

The Horse Guards Parade London is a large and sandy square, which was especially created in 1745 and was dedicated to the soldiers who provided protection to the king. The Horse Guard is located to the North of Downing Street on the western flank of Whitehall. The building was designed by William Kent, the then(…)

Published On: Friday, June 28th, 2013
Trocadero, London

Trocadero, London

London is a city of numerous tourist attractions. From modern technological wonders like the London Eye to the historic London Bridge, London has places to attract tourists of all kinds. The Trocadero, London is one such popular tourist spot which is flooded with tourists all round the year. The Trocadero is an entertainment complex in(…)

Published On: Thursday, June 27th, 2013
London’s Chinatown

London’s Chinatown

Chinese presence is everywhere. Just like there is a Chinatown in Manhattan and a Chinatown in Singapore, London too has it own exclusive Chinatown located in the Gerard Street area. Leicester place and Leicester Street both head north into Chinatown. It may be tiny in comparison to other cities, but then it is not really(…)

Published On: Wednesday, June 26th, 2013
The Monument in London

The Monument in London

It is very rare to come across a memorial of outstanding dimensions being holding such an inconspicuous name. But this is exactly what has happened in case of the memorial in honor of those who perished in the great fire of 1666 at London. The Monument in London as it is called, which is all(…)

Published On: Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
The Speakers Corner at London

The Speakers Corner at London's Hyde Park

The Speakers Corner, located in a corner of Park Lane and the Cumberland Gate is almost certainly the most democratic and high ranking Open Air University in the world. Amazingly, the site where the present day Speaker’s Corner is located used to be a place of execution and in the days of yore and was(…)

Published On: Monday, June 24th, 2013