Looking for immersive experiences in London? Well, good, because I’m a London immersive experience expert. Whenever an immersive experience launches in London, I’m there no matter how weird it is.

Below London’s best immersive experiences that I have tried and tested, organised by type. This article gets updated regularly, check the last published date for the latest update time.


Bloodbath by Screamworks

This experience will immerse you in the sinister plot of a cunning serial killer as he tries to find the parts he needs to complete his Great Work. As a guest, you’ll be blindfolded and taken to the scary family home of Jack and Abel in Bethnal Green, where nothing is as it seems and your fate will lie in the balance. While this event is not for the faint-hearted, it is more of a psychological thriller than a traditional ‘haunted house’ attraction. You will be made to feel like you are the main character in your favourite horror movie. Book it here.


This month, I finished the last one of all the HiddenCity games, which are marvellous treasure hunt type games where you solve a trail of clues, sent to your phone, as you journey across the city. During the game, you’ll interact with characters and the physical world around you including asking for clues in bars, cafes and restaurants and finding some in unexpected places. It’s a super fun weekend day plan and a nice way to explore the city avoiding the very touristy spots. Book it here.

WeJam Studio

Known as the ‘immersive rockstar experience’ WeJam invites you to get a couple of friends over to this studio in Camden to form a band. You’ll pick your instrument and, believe it or not, will play songs together as a band while competing with each other. The easiest way to describe it is: a Guitar Hero but with real instruments. No musical experience needed. Book it here.



London’s immersive experiences where it’s about the experience itself rather than the drinks or food (even if they are available).

Burnt City by Punchdrunk

Punchdrunk, the world’s leading immersive theatre company, is back in London. You will explore a complete sensory world at your own pace, experiencing scenes in a non-linear way as the story unfolds around you. The story this time is the fall of Troy, where you will witness a mythical world of Gods and mortals who rise from the ashes. It has been one of the most immersive immersive experiences that I’ve ever been to and unlike anything I had seen before, noting it was my first time at a Punchdrunk show. Tips to enjoy: do some research before going, go early to maximise the time in the venue, ditch your group and explore on your own, go more than once! Book it here.


Concerts illuminated by candlelight? I’m definitely in! Fever has recently launched Candlelight, affordable and intimate concerts performed by live musicians in some of the most iconic venues in London that transport you to a fairytale. I had the chance to attend a concert in the beautiful conservatory in Syon Park to listen to City String Ensemble play Movie Soundtrack Disney classics, and I might have shed a tear or two. Book it here.

Clays Bar

Clays brings all the fun of clay target shooting out of the country into the heart of the City. Grab a bunch of friends, dress up (or not) in your best shooting attire and get ready to hold a realistic (heavy) rifle and smash those clay targets. There are many games to choose from and keep you entertained while you enjoy a few drinks and nibbles. There are now two locations: Moorgate & Canary Wharf. Book it here.

London’s Best Immersive Experiences: Candlelight
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What do YOU think of when you think of Belfast? For me all I could think is a troubled past, Titanic and the well known natural phenomenon Giants Causeway. Other than that I had no idea what I was going to discover on my visit and my expectations were low, which is a good thing, but what’s better is that they were exceeded. Like through the roof!

As you may know, Belfast is in Northern Ireland which is part of the United Kingdom, my current home. What I loved about visiting Belfast was that I needed to hop on a plane so it gave me the feeling I was travelling abroad when I actually wasn’t. That might be you too! Let me walk you through my own personal recommendations on how to spend your time in Belfast.



Hop-on; hop-off Belfast’s main sites

A great way to start your trip is to take a hop-on; hop-off bus across all Belfast city top attractions. It’s the perfect way to get started and get an overview of the city if you are short on time and an efficient way to get around the furthest away sites. I took this one with Belfast City Tours and loved it. It stops on 19 sites (many which I feature below) and pricing wise it’s great. Book it here, or below:

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Femme Luxe is a popular UK-based fashion brand that offers a wide range of clothing options for women. The brand is known for its trendy and affordable clothing, which is perfect for women who want to stay fashionable without breaking the bank.

The first item we will be looking at is the Stone Button-Up Double Pocket Cargo Trousers Laya. These cargo trousers are perfect for women who love to be comfortable and stylish at the same time. The trousers feature a stone color, which is a great neutral that can be paired with many different colors.

The cargo trousers also have double pockets on both legs, which add a utilitarian touch to the design. The pockets are large enough to hold your phone, wallet, or keys, making them perfect for women who are always on the go.

One of the best things about these cargo trousers is that they are made from a comfortable and durable fabric. The cargo trousers are made from a blend of polyester and elastane, which means they are stretchy and easy to move around in.

The Stone Button-Up Double Pocket Cargo Trousers Laya can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. For a casual look, you can pair them with a simple t-shirt and sneakers. For a more dressed-up look, you can pair them with a blouse and heels.

The second item we will be looking at is the Black One-Shoulder Long Sleeve Bodycon Mini Dress Ugne. This dress is perfect for women who want to show off their curves and make a statement. The dress features a one-shoulder design, which is very trendy right now.

The long sleeves add a touch of sophistication to the design, making it perfect for a night out on the town. The bodycon fit of the dress is flattering and will hug your curves in all the right places.

The Black One-Shoulder Long Sleeve Bodycon Mini Dress Ugne is made from a comfortable and stretchy fabric that will move with your body. The dress is perfect for women who want to dance the night away without feeling uncomfortable.

You can pair this dress with some simple black heels and statement earrings to complete the look. The dress is perfect for a night out with friends, a date night, or a special occasion.

The third and final item we will be looking at is the White Double Belt Loop High Waisted Shorts Carly. These shorts are perfect for women who want to stay cool and comfortable during the summer months. The shorts feature a high waist design, which is very flattering on many different body types.

The double belt loop detail adds a touch of style to the design, making them perfect for women who want to stay fashionable while staying comfortable. The white color of the shorts is perfect for summer and can be paired with many different colors.

The White Double Belt Loop High Waisted Shorts Carly are made from a lightweight and breathable fabric, making them perfect for hot summer days. The shorts are also very versatile and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.

For a casual look, you can pair these shorts with a simple t-shirt and sneakers. For a more dressed-up look, you can pair them with a blouse and sandals. The shorts are perfect for a day at the beach, a picnic in the park, or a day out shopping.

In conclusion, these three items from Femme Luxe are perfect for women who want to stay fashionable while staying comfortable. The Stone Button-Up Double Pocket Cargo Trousers Laya, Black One-Shoulder Long Sleeve Bodycon Mini Dress Ugne, and White Double Belt Loop High Waisted Shorts Carly are all versatile and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. The affordable prices of these items also make them accessible to women who

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malta bucket list
malta bucket list

Malta was definitely my travel find of the year. Although not at all tourist free, this tiny island is still not a super popular destination and hence why you should go like – right now. I love how it’s an island and a beach destination but also has beautiful and interesting historic places to visit. Hence, Malta basically meets the needs of the beach lovers, culture seekers and those like me that need a little bit of both. I just get bored being all day at the beach! Anyways, it’s truly awesome. For your convenience I’ve created the below bucket list which covers everything you can possibly do in Malta.

Where to stay and how to get around Malta

Really studied this, and the answer is: it depends on how you intend to get around. There are two forms of transportation in Malta, rental car or public bus. Public buses are incredible, regular and take you to any part of the island. It is the form of transport that I used and loved it. However, a rental car is almost always the best option, and especially if you go for a few days only. Malta is small and easy to drive through and, although the buses are good, you’ll takes a lot less and see a lot more if you get around by car.

If you can’t or don’t want to drive, stay in Valletta. In high season, the buses get full fast. Staying in Sliema, many buses have not stopped because of being over capacity and I lost up to an hour waiting to get on. Buses start and end in Valletta, so you can probably get on a bus really fast and even sit down by going to the bus terminal. Also on the way back, most buses go to Valletta, so you probably won’t wait long even if the buses are busy. I’ve pre-filtered the best hotels in Valletta here.

If you go by car, you can stay anywhere, since distances are short. Some examples are Sliema, St Julian’s Bay, St Paul’s Bay and Mellieha Bay. Find good hotels throughout Malta here.

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berlin travel guide
East Side Gallery – Berlin

Berlin is the capital city of Germany as well as the largest and most visited city in the country. As you may already know, it has a pretty turbulent history, specially in most recent times with Hitler and Nazi Germany, and later, the Cold War, where the city was divided and the Berlin Wall was erected. Although years have passed since those events, the scars still show in the city and that’s part of what it makes it so interesting.

Compared with other European cities, including local Munich, Berlin looks very different. Perhaps due to the influence of soviet times, the city looks a lot more industrial and is not the standard of “pretty” in a city. That’s what makes it so unique, mysterious and desired. I think we all have that friend who is obsessed with Berlin!

Not only is Berlin very rich in history, but it has now become a hub for artists and creatives. The city is full of art and young people, which makes it extremely entertaining, specially at night. Its history, art, its industrial laid back vibe and nightlife together with its diverse crowd make it a very special place.

Learn about what to do in Berlin, where to stay as well as how to get there and around in this Berlin travel guide!

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