When you come to England, no one city has a distinctive British feel as “London”, the classic capital that tourists from all over the world want to go, there are many place like a houses, palace, museums, shopping, restaurants, pubs and more. So that, today we are going to introduce 10 places to visit in London that you should not miss!!
1. London Eye
The 32 glass capsules of the London Eye for unforgettable views of some of London's most famous landmarks. Take in amazing 360-degree views as the capsule slowly rotates over the river Thames.
2. Buckingham Palace garden
The beautiful green space is open to the public to explore freely for the first time. You can pack a picnic or buy some drinks on site. Garden ticket does not include entry to the State Rooms.
3. Tower of London
The one of the world's most famous buildings. That include many history for over 900-year as a royal palace, prison and place of execution, arsenal, jewel house and zoo!
Gaze up at the White Tower, tiptoe through a medieval king's bedchamber and marvel at the Crown Jewels.
4. Shrek's Adventure! London
Shrek’s Adventure! London takes you on a family-friendly journey through the world of Shrek and friends. With Donkey as your guide, you’ll visit 10 fairytale-themed live shows, including a mirror maze and Shrek’s swamp.
5. SEA LIFE London
Get a taste of the deep blue sea at SEA LIFE London. Spot up to 400 species including sharks, stingrays, moray eels and clown fish at the aquarium. See stunning green sea turtles and test your nerve on the glass "shark walk". Learn more at daily talks and feeding times.
6. Emirates Air Line cable car
Glide high above the Thames with the Emirates Air Line cable car, which provides stunning views of the city, departing every 30 seconds from the Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks. See the sights by day or admire the city as it twinkles at night on a flight which lasts five to 10 minutes, depending on the time of day.
7. Kew Gardens
Enjoy the huge outdoor space – 330 acres (134 hectares) – at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. See the peaceful Japanese garden, the amazing trees of the arboretum and explore the stunning glass conservatories. Pack a picnic (or pick up food from one of the restaurants) for the perfect relaxing day out in London.
8. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
Have a magical day out with a behind-the-scenes tour of the Harry Potter films at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London The Making of Harry Potter. See first-hand the sets, costumes and props used in all the Harry Potter films, and step inside some of the films' locations, including the Great Hall, Dumbledore's office and Hagrid's hut. It's the ultimate Harry Potter experience!
9. Tower Bridge
The bridge that is reputed to be the symbol of London. It is a lifting bridge and a suspension bridge together. It also consists of two towers that is a beautiful figure of Gothic architecture. And On the second floor of the bridge is also a museum. The bridge itself is over 120 years old and it was built as a route in London's traffic.
10. Big Ben
One of Britain's most recognizable symbols. The clock tower is actually called the Elizabeth Tower, but it is known to everyone as Big Ben. The Big Ben clock tower is important, along with being the location of the British Parliament. Which is currently used as the British Parliament, located northeast of the palace, The clock tower was built after the fire of the former Westminster Palace on October 16, 1834, designed by Charles Barry.