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A day in Bratislava

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Best Chinese food I had





singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style
singapore blogger travel europe holiday slovakia bratislava summer street photographer photography look book style


Bratislava, Slovakia, was never really on top of my list of to-go place. It may just be one of the places that is marginally overlooked compared to its neighbours. 

My 1 day short visit in Bratislava has given me a rather different perspective. I was pleasantly surprised by the place. Maybe because I had one of the best Chinese food during my 15 days trip in Europe (believe me, we had a lot of Chinese food during the trip.) Or maybe because of the amazingly sunny weather there. (It was the turning point, on the 4th day of the trip spending the day in Bratislava, I realised the importance of sunscreen after turning 4 shades darker.)

The old town is tiny and exquisite enough to kind of make you wonder for a second where you truly are. A summer day is enough to see everything recommended on a tourist guide book. But you may want to spend a day or two longer to savour the small town flavour.

P.S I really need to get my camera lens fix, with all the upcoming travels ahead.