With a long history and culture, London is suitable for many interesting activities. In addition to famous buildings, the capital of England has many interesting experiences waiting for visitors.
Overnight at London Zoo
London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. There are more than 700 animals, including many rare and precious species such as Sumatran tiger, Asian lion, penguin, etc.
Visitors here can register 3 special itineraries: sunset tour, torch night tour and early morning tour. Attractions include: Land of lions, tigers territory, Gorilla kingdom, Africa, rainforest life, nightlife, outback. The accommodation is Gir Lion Lodge with houses built in Indian Gujarati style.
Visit the Roman temple worshiping the god Mithras
London has nearly 2,000 years of history and was a town before the Romans attacked England. They turned this place into a fortified city and carried mystical beliefs. The temple of Mithras, built in 300, was discovered in 1954.
Currently, visitors can explore the temple in the private museum below Bloomberg’s European headquarters. The temple was restored to look like it was excavated for the first time. Here, visitors listen to the recording presentation, in the dim light and the smoke.
Drink coffee in Victorian toilets
Fitzrovia is a cafe you should visit when you arrive in London. In Victoria, this space was a public toilet. The old urinals (cleaned) are now preserved and become the highlight in the shop. Another reason to visit the coffee shop is the sophisticatedly designed entrance, which many people think is a working public restroom.
Kayaking on Thames River
Kayaking is a fun way to see London from a completely new perspective. Visitors will cross the stream through famous locations such as Big Ben Clock Tower, Parliament House, London Tower Bridge. You can even go through Hampton Court Palace – King Henry VIII’s residence. Tours usually last 2 or 4 hours, cost 36 and 60 pounds.