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Stanfords is a famous and historic book store which commenced business in the year 1901. This book shop holds a historic value and is widely adored by the people living in this area. They feature a large collection of interesting books and equipment related to travel, like maps, atlases, travel guides and more. This place has turned out to be popular destination for travelers to get their information from. Many famous personalities and voyagers have visited this book store and it continues to be a popular landmark.
One of the most iconic buildings at Piccadilly Circus is the London Pavilion, that is reminiscent of grand old British architecture. Today, it stands for bustling life of Londoners and thousands shop here every week. A massive shopping arcade spread across four stories, the London Pavilion houses lifestyle stores, boutiques, sports gear shops, retail outlets, plush restaurants, a cinema and a sweet center. It is a part of the The Trocadero, which is a major exhibition space in the heart of London.
Chinatown is intriguingly riddled with fragrant food stores and little grocery shops. Loon Fung is one of the larger, but no less hectic, establishments and the closest thing to being a normal supermarket in the vicinity. Chinese residents, tourists and locals frequent the plentiful aisles to stock up on bok choy, oyster sauce, frozen, dried and fresh seafood, spices, huge bags of jasmine rice and anything else you might need to create an authentic Chinese kitchen, including the utensils. The fresh meat section at the rear sells just about every edible part of a pig, including tails! East meets west with a more traditional selection of fruit and veg alongside the exotic tamarinds, mooli, durian, and chow chow that colourfully adorn the outside stalls.
Located in the Limehouse region of London around Gerrard Street, this is the primary section of town to which residents of Hong Kong immigrated after World War II. Here you're likely to find some of the best Chinese cuisine the city has to offer, along with some pretty cheap souvenirs. At night, this place comes alive with stores, supermarkets, and shops all throwing their wares out on the street for curious passer-bys to gaze at. Despite the stories of Opium dens and slum housing, London's Chinatown has now emerged as one of the more happening parts of the city.
In the great tradition of 'traveller' shops, this Rohan store has super-friendly staff on hand to help you pick the right clothing and shoes for your trip. They supply a whole range of clothes for adventures in extreme climates as well as providing gear for all the gradients of weather in between. Rohan pride themselves on their technical expertise and select fabrics from only the best textile mills and fibre producers. As a result, all of the clothing from the featherweight wind-breakers to the heaviest fleece are suitable for specific weather conditions and are easy to wash. They mainly stock multifunctional clothing and backpacks, so for other adventure accessories, you'll have to look elsewhere.