BN1 2LN British Airways i360 is a 162-metre observation tower on the seafront of Brighton, East Sussex, England at the landward end of the former West Pier. The tower opened on 4 August 2016. Visitors can enjoy the day and night views of the sea, and it is high enough to overlook many sailboats and views of the sea.
BN2 1TW The Brighton Palace Pier, commonly known as Brighton Pier or the Palace Pier is a Grade II* listed pleasure pier in Brighton, England, located in the city centre opposite the Old Steine.
The amusement facilities include roller coaster, game machine and carousel. Although the amusement park is not very big, the main amusement facilities are very complete.
BN2 1ET Brighton beach includes i360 and Brighton pier, and the beginning of June is the best time to enjoy Brighton beach. The clean pebble beach and clear water always attract many visitors.
North Road The Lanes are a collection of narrow lanes in Brighton, in the city of Brighton and Hove famous for their small shops and narrow alleyways. The Lanes are commonly taken to be bounded by North Street to the north, Ship Street to the west and Prince Albert Street and the north side of Bartholomew Square to the south.
4> North Street
The building at 163 North Street in Brighton, part of the English coastal city of Brighton and Hove, was erected in 1904 for an insurance company and has since been used as a branch by several banks and building societies. It now houses a bookmaker's shop.
BN1 2RG Churchill Square is the principal shopping centre in the centre of Brighton and Hove, a city on the south coast of England. It is at the eastern end of Western
Road, near the Clock Tower. It was originally built during the 1960s by the architects Russell Diplock & Associates, obscuring several streets.
BN1 2HH At regency, you can enjoy fresh seafood and many desserts. It is located next to the i360 and you can enjoy the sea view while eating.
2> China Garden
BN1 2HG This is a cantonese restaurant in guangdong, China, where you can enjoy morning tea and special food of guangdong, such as roast duck, roast duck
and rice dew.
3> Siam Siam
BN1 2HG This is a very authentic Thai restaurant in Brighton, where dong Yin gong soup and Thai Fried rice have won numerous praises, just near China garden.
BN1 1ND Stephen and Juliette Wall opened Pho in June 2005 after they travelled to Vietnam and fell in love with the food. They made the decision to
start a restaurant serving pháť&#x; while sat on high stools, slurping pho bo, in Ho Chi Minh City. 13 years later, Pho is still a family-run business serving great value, healthy Vietnamese street food that is cooked fresh daily (no central kitchens!).
Night life in Brighton
Nightclub Party is the common culture of the Great Britain. People have fun with each other over the midnight in nightclubs. It is a good way to release pressure and enjoy disco. PRYZM
BN1 2RE PRYZM has the pretty good geographical location in Brighton because nearby the seafronts and town centre: Churchill Square.
BN1 1NB SHOOSHH nearby the Brighton Palace Pier. Comparison of PRYZM, there is the inexpensive and wide car park.
Bar Drinking is the important culture in UK because Scottish whisky is
popular in the whole world. people would not go to nightclubs when people want to talk and drinking with friends because nightclub is unsuitable for talking. Revolution
BN1 2RA The design of the Revolution is similar to the big house. There are various kinds of cocktails and good environment to attract youngsters gather there
Be At One Brighton
BN1 1EG The location is nearby the Royal Pavilion.
Gay Bar The culture of LGBTQ in Brighton has great reputation and long history. People can get the perfect experience to watch the drag queenâ€™s shows at night. The QUEENS ARMS
BN2 1RH A old building since 19th century.
Casino Casino is legal in the UK, people enjoy poker and dice with some jetton. Genting Casino
BN1 2HN A small casino but comfortable
BN1 1PP A huge casino with a number of machines and tables. Offering food, alcohol and the car park.
History Most cities in Britain tend to regard cathedrals as the centre of their cities, whereas Brighton does the opposite. Royal Pavilion, the landmark of the southern coastal city of England, was built in 1815 to facilitate the meeting between Prince Reagan and his mistress Fitzherbert. The Royal Pavilion, Brighton was designated by the Royal Empire as a summer resort in the 19th century. Royal and upper-class men and women rushed to the Sunshine Coast for their holidays.