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Bushwick Collective Murals in Brooklyn, New York.

See the world through Bushwick Collective Murals

There’s a place in Brooklyn where you can see the world through Bushwick Collective murals. Artists from around the world came to share their art, for the love of art. From Australia to France; from Italy to the Philippines, muralists come to share the vision of the Bushwick Collective. You can easily spot these murals […]

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A classic example of iron cast buidling in Soho, New York.

What to expect in Soho New York

Soho New York is synonymous to branded little shops. Or equally synonymous to cobblestoned streets, too. Or more famously synonymous to , a TV show that mentioned the neighbourhood—almost in every episode for five years! And of course, in Soho, you can find the world’s grandest collection amd highest concentration of iron cast buildings. Soho, […]

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Welcome to Little Italy in New York!

Strolling at Little Italy in New York

Visiting New York? Don’t miss the city’s Little Italy. Though the Italians have long gone and moved to different neighbourhoods, it’s still vibrant and alive with everything Italian. Going for a stroll around the area will reward you with something nice, quaint and lovely. Little Italy isn’t just historic but you’ll also find familiar buildings, […]

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911 Site Memorial in New York.

The best time to visit 911 Memorial in New York

The only place in New York City where taking a selfie with a smile on your face is absurd (or frowned upon by me) is the 9/11 Memorial, former site of the city’s World Trade Center Twin Towers. For a solemn visit, I think the best time to visit 911 Memorial is in the evening […]

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New York Skyline at Night from Brooklyn Heights

New York Skyline at Night from Brooklyn Heights

Because I couldn’t survive the freezing temperature during the New Year’s Eve Ball Countdown at Times Square, I had to get out of the block where I was standing. My feet were numb and my cheeks were red. I thought I was fully cloth and prepared for the temperature that night but, well, it turned out […]

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New York's Central Park in Snow.

25 Photos of Central Park in Snow

Before I left New York, I had the chance to visit its Central Park one early morning on snowy day. I intended to really go early (Is 8 a.m. early to you?) because the weather forecast that day said it’s gonna be snowing only from 6-10. When I arrived there, I went straight right away […]

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Dyker Heights Christmas Lights in Brooklyn.

Dyker Heights Christmas Lights in Brooklyn

Forget about the overrated Rockefeller Center. They might have the tallest Christmas in New York but it lacks creativity. Go and visit the Dyker Heights neighbourhood in Brooklyn and you’ll be amazed at how the owners decorate their houses for the festive season. It’s not just the Christmas lights that will dazzle you but also […]

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Christmas in New York.

Christmas in New York

What it’s like to spend Christmas in New York? That’s one question I had in mind before finally deciding to spend my three weeks holidays. Well, it was actually an easy decision to do, to choose New York, instead of the sand, sun and sea in the Caribbean. I can’t afford to go in the […]

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