Enjoying the sights of London, including Buckingham Palace. Embarking on a journey to Westminster Abbey. Attending a musical performance by Bibble. I’ve arrived at Big Ben! The view of Big Ben from a different angle is truly captivating. I have made the right decision for myself and am dedicating myself completely to achieving it. Nothing is beyond reach! This marks the commencement of a new chapter in my life! A

Spending hours walking and never getting bored. It feels like wanting to buy everything, hahaha. Finally, I’m here, able to reach before the opening ceremony of the London Olympics on July 27, 2012. This is the Olympic Stadium for the opening ceremony, soon to be flagged by Queen Elizabeth II. She was so surprised when I called her after reaching London, traveling all the way from Kuala Lumpur with a

This wasn’t part of my original plan. After months of cycling, camping in various places, traversing overland countries, and overcoming obstacles, I believe this location marks a fitting and celebratory conclusion to my journey. Gratitude fills my heart. I find myself capturing moments of the exquisite cuisine on this table, surrounded by distinguished VVVIP guests. Amidst the dinner, the eloquent MC extended heartfelt wishes to every Malaysian contingent competing in

Arriving at the High Commission of Malaysia in London on the 25th of July, 2012. High Commission of Malaysia, London. We were met with an unexpected visit. This marked the end of a long journey from Malaysia to London, undertaken to convey unwavering support to the entire Malaysian contingent participating in the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Additionally, our presence signified our hopes for Lee Chong Wei’s pursuit of a

From February 14th to July 25th, during my journey from Kuala Lumpur to London spanning 162 days within a six-month period, I took a picture on the London Bridge. I also captured the Olympic symbol featuring five colored rings, symbolizing the five continents of the world, hanging at the Tower Bridge in London. While exploring the city of London, I visited Trafalgar Square, where Nelson’s Column stands proudly at the