Updated: Dec 27, 2021
during COVID-19 in England, Jen and I still tried to go around and made our holidays wonderful like it was before.
The only different thing is "wearing mask everywhere is required."
We took the train from Crawley to Brighton on 9:41 am.
Royal Pavilion is a palace in Brighton, and it was our purpose this time.🤣
The entrance is on the right side when you facing the building, after entering it, the right side is a museum for art exhibition and left one is the Royal Pavilion.
Check it on my YouTube channel here😎
The ticket is for 1-year and needs to write down your name on it for next visiting.
April to September
9.30am–5.45pm (last admission at 5pm)
October to March
10am-5.15pm (last admission at 4.30pm)
Royal Pavilion Annual Pass This pass is ideal for those making a visit to just one of our museums.
Child* (5-18) £10.00 *We welcome all unaccompanied children aged 14 and over to all our sites. Children under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by a person aged over 16.
2 adults with up to 2 children £42.00
1 adult with up to 2 children £26.00
Royal Pavilion was designed as Chinese and Indian style, but I thought art is not my type.
I cannot understand... just like the Queen: It's wired (?)
By the way, if you know Chinese and can recognize what they wrote on the wall at the top floor, please let me know😅
On the way to have lunch, we were so surprised at finding bubble tea shop.
I instigated Jen to buy one, she didn't want at the first, cause she always prevented me when we were in Taiwan. But after we got one, she loved so much and cannot stopping drinking.
Let her have some space releasing her homesick😎
📌 Pearls Bubble Tea
Then, We had lunch in Wagamama, a Japanese udon noodles restaurant.
Last time when I left England I had one in airport, it's not expensive and not like real Japanese flavor with flat taste.
Brighton is a coastal city and there're lots of vegan restaurants.
So if you are a vegan, Brighton will be the heaven. (We found non-vegan restaurant for a long time)
Lovely beach here, but Jen is not interested in sunbathing and picnicking.
It was a simple one-day trip, we had a wonderful day in Brighton.
Also it was Chinese moon festival, a day for family reunion. In covid time, we finally made it.
by Louise L.(Akuai)