The Chinese Whispers Afternoon Tea at Michelin-starred Kai Mayfair

Michelin-starred Kai Mayfair’s Chinese Whispers Afternoon Tea brings the mood for a relaxed and intimate chat where a small group of friends can share juicy pieces of gossip along with gourmet sweets. Especially, the afternoon tea experience offering from Kai is the infusion of your favourite social meetups with the energising flavour of a faraway Eastern haven.

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A fun spring day out in Bicester Village

If you’re a shopping-holic person living in England, you must have heard of Bicester Village – a rural English high-end outlet village located in Oxfordshire – that Telegraph has commented about this place as popular among Chinese tourists as Buckingham Palace. Bicester in my eyes is a shiny new lovely village, which is most unlike…

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A spring day in Kew Gardens

Spring has always been my favourite season which brings me longer days, warmer weather, lots of sunlight and numerous gorgeous blooming flowers after a long quiet winter. I woke up on a Saturday morning and decided to spend my day in Richmond. With my beloved camera, I wanted to document the changes occurring in the…

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Places to eat in Windermere

To continue the blog “Summer fun in the Lake District” as promised, I will suggest you 3 interesting places to eat in Windermere which serve best local and seasonal produce from the lake and the mountain. The Telegraph has described Cumbria’s cuisine as a leaps-and-bounds since there are now many places to eat from local…

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Summer fun in the Lake District

Lake District has been known as the largest National Park of England, and later on become World Heritage Site since 2017, which has 21 large water bodies located in the county of Cumbria. My friends and I take around 4 hours traveling from London to Oxenholme Lake District by Virgin Train. You can check the…

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Nothing more British than fish and chips

English is not only known for clotted cream and scones, but the collection of quintessentially British foods also write fish and chips at the top line as a national dish due to its popularity worldwide. A standard portion consists mainly of freshly crispy deep-fried fish and chips topped with salt and vinegar, tartare sauce on the…

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Good afternoon! Let’s have some tea

“Tea to the English is really a picnic indoor” – Alice Walker Afternoon tea has long been concerned as the most quintessential of English customs, which was created by the seventh Duchess of Bedford in 1894 due to her demand. The Duchess would be hungry around 4 o’clock in the afternoon while the evening meal…

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Manchester on windy days

Manchester would not be a destination for my Spring journey around the United Kingdom in 2017, did my friend not want to visit his cousin living in Manchester. The metropolitan borough has long been famous worldwide for its football industry, most notably ‘The Red Devils’ Manchester United and ‘The Citizens’ Manchester City football clubs. In…

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Where to eat in Edinburgh

‘Where should I eat in Edinburgh?’ is the question I often get asked by friends who plan to visit Scotland’s capital for the first time. Edinburgh gives a glimpse of Da Lat – a highland city of Vietnam where has cold weather and makes me feel hungry all the time. When in the United Kingdom,…

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A day in the most English town of England

This year spring coming late, snow was still falling in mid-March, so the weather in England, especially in the north, was quite cold around 10 and 13 degrees in April. I travelled to York in the second week of April by Virgin train that took 2.30 hours from King Cross station (London) to York station.…

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