Browsing Category 'United Kingdom'


  • Travel Guide,United Kingdom / November 13, 2017

    5 Things You Can Do in Old Trafford Stadium When You’re Not Watching a Match


      Old Trafford Stadium, The Theatre of Dreams If you are a Manchester United Football Club fan, this place must be the holy place for you. But whether you are a MU fan or a casual traveler, Old Trafford is definitely a must see spot in UK. Me myself, I am not a big fan of football, […]


  • Travel Guide,United Kingdom / October 7, 2017

    Pretty Pink Dinner in Sketch London


      When in London, I wanted to find a unique experience beyond just going to Big Ben and London Eye. And it’s settled, Sketch London is one of the best stylish and quirky restaurants you can experience in town. Sketch is a place designed by David Shriney where he has transformed the gallery onto an artist-conceived restaurants. It’s basically a […]


  • Travel Guide,United Kingdom / October 1, 2017

    Dean Village: The Most Picturesque Part of Edinburgh


    My bad. Every corner of Edinburgh is picturesque. But Dean Village offers something different from the Edinburgh city life. You can actually hear the bird cripples, the continuous water streams from the river and a peace and quiet atmosphere. This hidden gem has the feeling of a countryside and it’s not even far away from the city centre, which is just around […]


  • Travel Guide,United Kingdom / September 30, 2017

    Walking the Harry Potter Trail in Edinburgh


        Edinburgh is such a classic capital city located on the heart of Scotland. Little did I know that there are some traces of Harry Potter around this city. But how does Edinburgh relate to Harry Potter, you may ask? Edinburgh is known to the place where JK Rowling got most of the inspiration when writing Harry Potter. Although […]


  • United Kingdom / July 1, 2014

    Code For Resilience: Quick Disaster Wins Global Winner Award


    Established in 2006, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) from World Bank is a partnership of 41 countries and 8 international organizations committed to helping developing countries reduce their vulnerability to natural hazards and adapt to climate change. GFDRR held Code For Resilience, Code for Resilience partners local technologists with disaster risk […]