CONTRIBUTORS DIVYA SEHGALDivya is a foodie, bibliophile and a culture vulture, and she loves writing about pretty little how towns. Discover Stunning Contemporary Art at Halcyon GalleryCITY OF WESTMINSTERanemptytextllineIf you want a taste of the art scene beyond the hustle and bustle of the popular, large galleries, Halcyon Gallery is where you should be. Head To God’s Own Junkyard For A Lit WeekendWALTHAM FORESTanemptytextllineGod's Own Junkyard is a psychedelic world of neon signs and backdrops. Spitalfields Market Has Something For EveryoneTOWER HAMLETSanemptytextllineMilling with crowds on most days, Spitalfields Market is a hotbed of activity for locals and tourists alike. Leadenhall Market Is A Cinematic LandmarkCITY OF LONDONanemptytextllineLike with most iconic places in London, the best time to visit Leadenhall Market is during Christmas. Thrift Shopping and Delicious Food At Petticoat Lane MarketCITY OF LONDONanemptytextllineYou may or may not be able to buy vintage skirts at Petticoat Lane Market anymore, but you can certainly walk through the bustling lanes of East End with a shopping bag in one hand and a falafel roll in the other. Experience The Best Of Mughlai Cuisine At Grand Trunk RoadREDBRIDGEanemptytextllineNothing beats a bowl of hot, steaming, creamy dal bukhara or butter chicken with a pillowy butter naan. A Book Club Tour Of London’s Literary GreatsCITY OF WESTMINSTERanemptytextllineThe fictional home of the famous literary detective is now home to the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Madame D Aims For Himalayan HeightsTOWER HAMLETSanemptytextllineMost patrons swear by the prawn crackers.