Your London experience begins the moment the airplane makes its final descent for landing. A bird’s eye view of Big Ben and London Eye gives a glimpse of what this amazing city has in store for you. Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey; these famous London landmarks are symbols of England’s rich heritage and history and stand for the might and affluence of the British Empire. London is a city full of character; an ethnic melting pot yet quintessentially British. Multiculturalism at its best, London is one of the most diverse and happening cities in the world.READ LESS
FROM THE ICONIC BLACK CABS TO THE CHARMING RIVER THAMES, EVERY ELEMENT OF LONDON HAS A DISTINCT CHARM.
Remember when Amrish Puri walked you through London’s main sights in the opening credits of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge? Many of us vowed that day to feed the pigeons at Trafalgar Square as we pine for our desh-ki-dharti. Or when we watch with bated breath, as Shah Rukh Khan helps Kajol catch the Euro Rail at King’s Cross, we fantasised about finding love in London too. Relive your DDLJ memories and walk through London, and fall in love with the city, as you picture your favourite scenes from the iconic movie!READ LESS
FROM TRAFALGAR SQUARE TO KING’S CROSS STATION, TAKE THE DILWALE DULHANIA LE JAYENGE TOUR ACROSS LONDON.
Did you know? The most popular dish in London is the Chicken Tikka Masala? Well, it’s true. London sees a regular influx of differing cultures, and its cosmopolitan spirit ensures you experience culinary delights from all over. While South Asian cuisines are extremely popular with Londoners, the typical Fish and Chips remains the stand-out dish of England. For dessert, Londoners love their strawberries with freshly whipped cream, a divine end to a delicious meal. Dine at the finest Michelin star restaurants or the famed food-trucks around the city. Name the cuisine, and you’re sure to find it in London!READ LESS
FOODIES, DELIGHT! LONDON AWAITS YOU WITH THE BEST OF FISH AND CHIPS, STRAWBERRY WITH CREAM AND THE GOOD OL’ CHICKEN TIKKA!
We’re all familiar with London’s main landmarks. Iconic places like the Big Ben clock tower, the city residence of the Queen, Buckingham Palace, the lively Trafalgar Square, the shopping district at Oxford Street or the little door of the Prime Minister’s house at 10 Downing Street. An open-top red bus tour, or a walk through these historic places, will leave you amazed at the beauty and royalty that London has to offer!READ LESS
BIG BEN, BUCKINGHAM PALACE AND HYDE PARK: VISIT THE PLACES YOU’VE ALWAYS HEARD OF.
London is one of the most aspirational places in the world, where people yearn to live and work. What makes this place so fascinating is perhaps its welcoming nature, open to accepting people and cultures from all cultures and walks of lives. One must visit the business districts of Canary Wharf, Southwark and London Bridge, and the West End, to really witness the cosmopolitan character of London City. From students to high-flying stockbrokers, you’ll find them all at one of the best world’s busiest financial markets.READ LESS