When searching for quality markets to visit in London, the name of Camden Market will inevitably appear in the most recommended places to explore. We heard there were few hundred stores here and thought it would be a nice place to have our breakfast in the morning.
We walked about 15 mins from the London Tube to reach Camden Market.
Anything that is colourful and bright will capture the kids’ attention. Camden High Street is lined with shoe stores, leather shops and vintage clothing and vintage vinyl.
Being a tourist attraction, do not expect to find cheap stuff here.
Finally reached the market!
The labyrinth of shops led us to various food vendors.
Craving for Asian food, Thai delicacies were just so yummy.
It didn’t take long before these furry friends were in front of us yearning for little treats. Bad idea to toss some crumbs, only to invite more of them to come.
Next to Camden Market lies the Stables Market. Over here, there were many boutiques and pop up shops.
Venturing into the narrow alleys was fun in itself as we browse through the apparels and home goods.
An interesting spot for photo-taking. We had a hard time waiting for the right moment to take pictures 🙂
The popular Pret A Manger sandwich chain that are scattered all over London. This time trying it and we ended up dining there for at least three times during our stay.
We found ourselves at Oxford Street, a major road in the City of Westminster in the West End of London, running from Tottenham Court Road to Marble Arch via Oxford Circus. It is the Ochard Road of Singapore and jam-packed with people everywhere we went.
Where you can find the sleek lines of Apple’s products here.
Hamleys is the oldest and largest toy shop in the world and one of the world’s best-known retailers of toys. With Christmas round the corner, they were showcasing all performance to bring in the crowds.
The streets were awashed with buskers singing or playing musical instruments.
Finally we had the opportunity to take a photo here at the main Oxford street.
As night fell, we were treated to a magnificent Christmas lights extravaganza with a dazzling array of fairy lights and decorations. Everyone was soaked in the joyous mood, holiday spirit of London.
London underground station Marble Arch, Bond Street & Oxford Circus, Central Line, Zone 1
At Oxford Circus station you can also use Bakerloo Line and Victoria Line.
Next, we explored the Harrods. This is a department store located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, London. It is owned by the state of Qatar and no wonder everything here was so, so expensive!
Our favourite section was the food halls on the ground floor which were the most popular departments at Harrods. This is where you can find a wide range of fine delicacies is offered in 4 huge halls.
Although items were way too expensive, the effects of Brexit weren’t felt at all. The mall was filled with so many shoppers that one would not see any spirit of recession.
To get here, look out for London underground station Knightsbridge, Piccadilly Line, Zone 1.
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