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 center of the square, a remarkable tribute to the UK’s famous naval hero.

I also marveled at the iconic Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster, which bears a striking resemblance to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The sight of the clock tower continues to captivate me.

St. Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in London.

The Royal Court of Justice, is an enchanting building on London’s Fleet Street.

The clock tower keeps catching my attention once more.

At the first glance, this looks very familiar to the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.