What Did I do in New York City
Big apple, New York City, the city that never sleeps. According to Wikipedia NYC is the most densely populated city in United States. Home to the United Nations, center for international diplomacy and where Statue of Liberty is. It is also the home to 2 of the world largest stock exchange. A very diverse and vibrant metropolitan city.
Customise your M&M
Located in Times Square is M&M’s World. The favourite candy store to all the children and children-alike. When you step in you’ll be greeted with a gigantic M&M character.
And the store is brightly coloured. From the walls to the merchandise.
And the coolest thing which you can do is to personalise your M&M’s.
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market
Treasure hunting when i’m in overseas is always fun. I enjoy browsing and going through items from the by-gone era, clothes worn by the military personnel, 70s and 80s shoes and bags which make a come back.
An former railway track which has been given a new lease of life – greenway which cuts through the downtown district spanning some 2.33 kilometers in the city center. A innovative way to bring greenery and parks in an urban city.
And you can pop-by the Chelsea Market to check out the fresh produce as you walk along the High Line.
Top of the Rock
A place you must go! The view is spectacular. Day view of the city is very different from the nights. As you can see buildings are brightly lighted with neocolours and from the digital screens in Times Square.
Do note, you have to book a time slot after buying the tickets. Don’t expect to see sunset when you buy your tickets at 5pm, the earliest time for you to get up might be 10pm.
It has been a fun 2 days exploring NYC and to do some shoppings. I would have to say the weather in the city is crazy! It was clear night sky when i went up to the Rockefeller Center and snowing the next morning.