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The Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi

Soaking in Pho land: Vietnam, Land of the Ascending Dragon, is now a choice destination for global travellers

Vietnam, the famed ‘Land of the Ascending Dragon’, has come a long way from its scarred past, and is now a choice destination for travellers.

Published on 14th January 2020
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Here’s why we believe there’s a lot more to Mahabs than lounging within homestays and surfing!

No, we aren’t talking about brunching at Moonrakers either.

Published on 1st January 2020
Flame Towers in Baku, Azerbaijan

Seven days in Azerbaijan: An elemental encounter for the ages

Despite being a jumble of cultures, it’s not hard for Azerbaijan to find its own identity, wherein history and modernity blend with ease

Published on 19th December 2019
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Where do you go to say, 'I do!' Indulge catches up on the trend of destination weddings

Bridal couture might still be the most important decision to do with any wedding, but it’s the trend of exotic locales and faraway destinations that’s grabbing everybody’s attention.

Published on 7th December 2019
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Canada on a high: Overwhelming views of nature’s snow-laced wonders in the Rockies

The sheer magnificence of nature’s snow-laced wonders in and around the picturesque Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies are overwhelmingly breathtaking.

Published on 2nd December 2019
Aerial view of DoubleTree by Hilton, Goa-Panaji

Travel special: A li'l mindspace by the River Mandovi at DoubleTree by Hilton, Goa-Panaji

Private views that blur the river and the sky, the finest organic cuisine and artisanal treats, and a special spice trail experience — here’s a getaway descended straight from the heavens.

Published on 9th August 2019
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New South Wales’ Lord Howe Island is ranked world’s fifth-best region to visit in 2020

New South Wales’ idyllic paradise Lord Howe Island has been ranked the world’s fifth best region to visit next year by global travel authority Lonely Planet in their publication, Best in Travel 2020.

Published on 9th November 2019
'Discovering Abilities' Artworks of Winners with Disabilities Source: IANS

Not Just Art: Gallery dedicated to disabled artists opens at UNESCO House, New Delhi

The unique gallery has over 125 paintings done by disabled artists across 15 Indian states and showcases their amazing talent with colour and form

Published on 5th November 2019
Majestic Forest - Daan Oude Elferink (Netherlands)

Art Bengaluru 2019 presents installations, video, 3D sculpture, photography, digital art and more

After eight editions, Art Bengaluru is being hailed as one of India’s leading art events, bringing together the best of artists, galleries, art collectors, and art aficionados under one roof.

Published on 2nd November 2019
(File photo) Spotting tigers is not easy in the Sundarbans

Deep in tiger country: On a boat in the Sundarbans sanctuary

A quest to spot tigers in the world’s largest reserves brings back horror tales of man-eaters, unliveable environs, and the severe eroding of natural habitat.

Published on 29th July 2017
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From strengthening leadership to acing cooking, Hyderabadi Aalim Javeri's journey is one to watch out for

Aalim also happens to be the youngest son of city-based Sherry and the late Sadruddin Javeri. 

Published on 18th October 2019
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Acclaimed Bangladeshi designer Bibi Russell talks about ethical fashion, gamchas and more

We had a chat with Bibi Russell about everything under the sun — from Bangladesh to ethical fashion, to her first Book of Chanel 

Published on 31st May 2019
Phyllis Newman and Lauren Bacall (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Phyllis Newman, Tony-winning Broadway veteran, first woman Tonight Show host, dies at 86

A unique solid gold toilet that was part of an art exhibit was stolen early Saturday from the magnificent home in England where British wartime leader Winston Churchill was born.

Published on 16th September 2019
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From walking on pink volcanic rock in Lalibela, Ethiopia to soaking up views of the Inca ruins in Lima, Peru, we give you a first person account of some of the most exotic locations around the globe

Move over Bali and Paris! We scout offbeat, immersive experiences in international locations that are not on the radar of the average traveller

Published on 30th August 2019
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From Hiroshima to Jallianwala Bagh and Chernobyl, these dark tourist spots will have you rethink your travel plans 

Regions where innumerable casualties, extreme cases of human abuse, and uncontrollable freak accidents once occurred now fall into a niche tourism bracket.

Published on 30th August 2019

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