Top 10 NYC Attractions You Should Visit

Not to Miss New York City Attractions

Travelling to New York City had been our dream for so long and now our dream has finally come true, even twice. Although we think NYC was way under our expectation (as we have seen too many Hollywood movies that filmed in NYC) but there's still something that you shouldn't really miss out. 

Read more: Before & After of Central Park

Top 1 - The Most Romantic Tower in New York

Everyone's saying it's romantic to see the view with the other half from the top of the Empire State Building. And we can confirm that it's true. The view was spectacular and breathtaking. We can tell you that being up there alone wouldn't reduce how much you enjoyed yourself up there. You should check the weather before going otherwise you would waste your money and your precious time.

Empire State Building | 350 5th Ave, New York, NY 10118, USA

Top 2 - The Biggest City Park in NYC

Central Park should look a lot prettier in spring and summertime. Most of the time we felt disappointed as we found NCY so dull and "ugly". Perhaps it was because it hadn't been snowing before we went there, so everything we saw was lots of "dead tree" in a dull brownish colour... the above photograph was actually taken after a crazy storm. And that was why we went back there again to see if we would capture another beauty side of the famous Central Park. And we swear it looked way much better with snow. We should thank for the storm, and the perfect weather afterward.

Central Park | New York City

Top 3 - The Indoor Market You Shouldn't Miss in NYC

If you like shopping, or fancy a window shopping, you should really go to Chelsea market. We also suggest that going up to The High Line to see Manhattan in an artistic side with a different angle. There are lots of shops, restaurants and markets, so basically you could find almost everything in one single market here. The thing that we liked most is the big corner that they sell loads of handmade products. It's really worth going as this indoor market is so pretty and lovely that you wouldn't want to leave in the end.

Chelsea Market | 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA