This was our final day at New York City. Our main goal was to cover two attractions. Some say The High Line is a must-go attraction and we shouldn’t give it a miss.
The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side.
Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design.
Elevated 30 feet in the air, this former railroad has taken in a form of a beautiful stretch of pathway. The walk is about a mile and a half in length and takes you from Gansevoort Street up to 34th. We arrived just when the sun was setting and took some beautiful shots.
The Chelsea Market was near to The High Line. An indoor food hall, most of the shops in Chelsea Market were food related.
A suitable place for cafe hoppers also, not to mention there was a variety of shops selling gifts, spirits, groceries and more. The building was formerly used to be a biscuit factory, which was why much of the interior and aesthetic was a reminiscence of its past.
Intrigued to see the Youtube office here..
Not surprising to see the Google’s office here as Manhattan’s Chelsea Market building was bought over by them.
So, that wrapped up our New York vacation. We hope to have more time to visit Pennsylvania and Washington DC. Maybe we will do it next time 🙂
Ending our Big Apple vacation with some memorable pictures.
Definitely not to our liking, we were still figuring out how to take the subway in NYC before we left. Absolutely confusing.
Big M at the vibrant Manhattan’s Chinatown, where when you are in food hunt, you know you will never go wrong with dumplings, pork buns and hand-pulled noodles.
You have all the reasons to walk the famous Brooklyn Bridge. It is likely to be crowded but hey, who cares? We are talking about the epitome of Big Apple.
Who says you can’t find pockets of spaces to connect with others in one of the most densest cities in the world?
Dazzling with lights all day long, there’s a magnetic pull about Times Square. One of the most visited places in the world with over 360,000 pedestrians daily, we just loathe this place, wondering why Singapore can’t replicate it. This little adventurer was totally mesmerised. The next part of our journey would see us at the west coast of America – California where we would see San Francisco, Big Sur, Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
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