One thing that first time visitors must do when travel to New York is to explore this city that never sleeps in the night time. People say New York City shines brightly at night and I couldn't agree more. I can see lights everywhere. Especially in Times Square. Exploring Times Square sounds very touristy and overrated but I want to do it anyway. Why? Truthfully admitted, I am a big fan of Hollywood films since I was a kid and Times Square has been featured in thousands of films! Therefore, I told myself if I visit New York I have to see Times Square with my own eyes. Of course, I've heard many negative comments about Times Square from New Yorkers. They said it was the last place they want to go and how they find it annoying when they are in a hurry and get stuck in the middle of tourists who trying to see and take a photos of everything. Lucky me, I went there very late at night so didn't experience any of that. Hence, I have a chance to take a couple of photos of famous theaters, spectacular neon signs and giant LED screens illuminated the night sky of New York.
I started off the night walk at Rockefeller Center. It's epic!
Famous ice rink at Rocketfeller Center.
A home to famous Broadway theatres
Wearing DVF Sweater Dress and skirt
Radio city music hall
Chinese New Year Window Display at Sak Fifth Avenue
Empire State Building
B’ Style Voyage