I know how much I slacked with my travel posts but this time I promise to get them up.
When Goblet of Fire released, I begged my dad to get me the book and he had to hunt bookstores to bookstores to get the book for me. When it was first released, people actually lined up overnight to get the book.
Imagine the Harry Potter craze.
To visit the Warner Bro. Studios of Harry Potter World, it is a dream come true.
To get to the studio, we took a train from London Euston to Wartford Junction.
One step closer the dreamworld.
I booked my tickets online in a package together with Madame Tussaud and London Eye. It is definitely than study the tickets alone. So if you all plan to visit a few attractions, do search online for package deals.
The moment I stepped through the door, I felt like I was in Hogwarts.
Waiting to be sorted into my house. Which house would it be? Gryffindor? Hufflepuff?
One of the highlights of the studio tour - Butterbeer!
Honestly I really enjoy the taste of butterbeer. Unlike its name, it's not a beer. It is a buttery soda, it is really good.
I like the smooth taste of the soda. How I wish I can go back for another cup. One day, one day I will visit London again.
The price of the butterbeer differ depends on the choice of cup you choose. There are butterbeers served in collectible cups.
I kind of regret I didn't opt for that cup.
The house of Privet Drive.
My favourite shop in Diagon Alley
Ollivanders Wand Shop.
It really feels like living in magic.
If you want to check my older post regarding my trip to London. I have compiled it below
Day 1 London
Day 2 : Stonehedge , Oxford , Food time - Seafresh
Day 3 : Madame Tussaud , Buckingham Palace , Big Ben & The London Eye
Special : UK haul - Superdrug , Primark haul