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World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
World Tourism - United Kingdom
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  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Top 5 Most Expensive Cities
    Moscow
    London
    Seoul
    Tokyo
    Hong Kong
    Source: Mercer HR Consulting/ Pinoy Meets World UK
  • 4.
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  • 15.
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18. United Kingdom
  • 19. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Capital : London
    Demonym : British, Briton
    Government : Constitutional Monarchy
    Currency : Pound Sterling (Php78.2633)
    Countries : England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
  • 20.
  • 21.
  • 22. VISA Requirements
    Address: 120 Upper McKinley Road McKinley HillTaguig City 1634
    Telephone: (63) (2) 858 2200
    Website:http://ukinthephilipp ines.fco.gov.uk
  • 23. Getting In
    LHR
    CWL
    BFS
    GLA
  • 24. BA
    QR
    EY
    KL
  • 25.
  • 26. Let’s Play a Game!
  • 27.
  • 28. Football
  • 29. Anti
    clockwise
  • 30. Biscuit
  • 31. “Dear Mr. Potter, we are pleased to inform you that you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of witchcraft and wizardry.”
  • 32. England
    London
  • 33.
  • 34. England
    Birthplace of Industrial Revolution
    tourism industry is principally "cultural" and "heritage" based
    has the world's oldest parliamentary system.
    London is by far the largest urban area in England and one of the largest and busiest cities in the world.
  • 35. Demography
  • 36. London Underground
  • 37. London Underground
  • 38. Tourist Destinations
    Big Ben
    London Eye
  • 39. Buckingham Palace
    MadammeTussauds
  • 40. Tower of
    London
    Westminster
    Abbey
    MadammeTussauds
  • 41. Tower Bridge
    House of the Parliament
  • 42. St. Margaret’s
    Church
    Open-top
    Bus Tours
  • 43. Outside London
    Canterbury
    Cathedral
    Roman Baths
  • 44. Stonehenge
  • 45. Hadrian’s Wall
  • 46. Jurassic Coast
  • 47. Oxford
    Cambridge
  • 48. Accommodation
  • 49. Cuisine
    Sunday Roast
  • 50. Get ready for another set of British Slangs
  • 51. rubbish
  • 52. Toilet/loo
  • 53. box
  • 54. “He was bloated from eating roasted tomato.
  • 55. Wales
    Cardiff
  • 56. Languages: English
    Welsh
  • 57. St Fagans National History Museum
  • 58. Caernarfon Castle
  • 59. Pen y Fan
  • 60. Accommodation
    Whitley Hall Hotel
  • 61. Cuisine
    Welsh Sunday Dinner
  • 62. Souvenirs
    Love Spoon
  • 63. Get ready for another set of British Slangs
  • 64. Drug store
  • 65. Dummy
  • 66. Nappy
  • 67. “He told a scary fairy story that was set in another country.”
  • 68. Scotland
    Capital : Edinburgh
    Largest City: Glasgow
  • 69. Languages: English
    Gaelic
  • 70. Kilt
  • 71. Bagpipe
  • 72. Old Town
    New Town
  • 73. Edinburgh Castle
  • 74. Ben Nevis
  • 75. Melrose Abbey
  • 76. Glasgow
  • Accomodation
    Balmoral Hotel
  • 81. Scotch whiskey
  • 82. Get ready for another set of British Slangs
  • 83. Rubber
  • 84. Fag
  • 85. Spotted
    dick
  • 86. Northern
    Ireland
    Capital : Belfast
  • 87.
  • 88. Cultural Icons
  • 89. Giant’s Causeway
  • 90. Marble Arch
    Cave
    Titanic Quarter
  • 91. Belfast Castle
  • 92. Accommodations
  • 93. Irish Coffee
  • 94. Ulster Fry
  • 95. Get ready for another set of British Slangs
  • 96. First Floor
    Ground Floor
  • 97. Pants
  • 98. torch
  • 99. fringe
  • 100. Cheers!

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