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St. Paul Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern

London // St. Paul Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern – This 3 places is actually a set of attractions that is close-by to each others in London. After having a good, and not full brunch at Duck & Waffle, we headed to the magnificent St Paul Cathedral to capture a few photographs then cross the famous Millennium Bridge, view the Tower Bridge from far and do a short tour of the Tate Modern Museum.
I’ve got to know about the Millennium Bridge from Harry Potter’s film and, wow the pedestrian-only bridge, crossing the River Thames is just awesome in the way of great architectural design.
Found about Tate Modern in top-10 free & must-visit in London and I’ve to say, that’s not my thing! Although it’s artistically cool, but it’s also artistically boring. Being an interior designer myself, I fascinate the minimalist interior, but not the art pieces, they are just so abstract and un-understandable. However, there were some times that we were creating fun ourselves, trying to figure out what is what. You will understand the feeling when you visit it.


St Paul Cathedral.
Nicholas and St Paul.
Ball and reflection.
4 Penangites, 4 ex-Chung Ling Kias, in London.


Notice anything about the sculpture? oOo
Caramel Hazelnut vendors are everywhere around tourist area. £2/cup of hazelnuts.
Panoramic view of everything. Tate Modern at 1-o-clock.
Tower Bridge at far, with The Shard on the right. The Shard is known as the tallest building in EU. Wahahaha, KLCC is so much taller than this.
A photo with The Shard.
An awesome view of the dome of St Paul’s.


Splash of inks.
A meaningful frame of black background.
An unusual black glass that has its meaning.
A piece of cloth that convey some message.
Well? What can you understand from the abstract art pieces?
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Nick is an interior designer and tech enthusiast based in Penang, Malaysia who constantly exploring places, indulges great food, discovering good design and is a shutterbug. Nick usually writes about Penang, happenings, travel, food, design and personal thoughts.

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