Straddling past and future, the mountain nation is a melange of surprising urban spaces, steadfast beliefs and mystic lore.
A photo exhibition in a Kolkata mansion calls for action to save Bengal's fragile architectural heritage.
A few hours from Kolkata, the Rajbari Bawali is a study in understated grandeur.
In the heart of Srinagar, the heritage Lalit Grand Palace offers the best of the valley.
History, wellness, wildlife and seafood in the island nation.
Once a nation in turmoil, Rwanda is now an adored wildlife destination. There is courage in the its revival and grandeur in its beauty.
The guides, chefs, and hotel staff you meet on your travels have their own stories about home.
In here, everyone gives their emotions a free run and everyone is on the phone. Everyone is also equal.
Orthodox or adventurous, for travellers, all the world's a plate.
Basaltic design formations meet a minimalist aesthetic in Hallgrímskirkja church.
Swim through art installations which double up as homes to marine creatures.
A welcome addition to Mumbai, especially for backpackers and business travellers.
Every December, the festival transforms the otherwise quiet university town into a riotous carnival.
Haunted junctions, colonial landmarks and stunning pieces of art.
Marine creatures big and small inhabit Denmark’s shiny nautical swirl.
Shimmy, shake, and rock around the world with these learning holidays.
Amidst the sculpted temples of Khajuraho, memories of a forgotten art resurface.
Two museums and an entertainment centre that are works of art.
Meeting temple primates in Ubud.
From nolen gur to Jharna ghee, here's what to stock up on.
Visiting orangutans, pandas and tapirs in open enclosures triggers joy.
Hawker centres, markets, and restaurants that serve the best food in the city.
Watch Indian classical dancers strike poses like the sacred sculptures.
Stunning monasteries, snaking rail bridges, and Swiss watchmaking.
The riverine areas are calm, and rich in biodiversity.
A haveli and erstwhile royal guest house becomes a heritage homestay.
Rich traditions of performance art that are still largely unknown.
Underwater rooms, a luxury fort and jungle villas.
Horror meets history, with a touch of humour.
Meet India's very own spiky-spined Rajasaurus narmadensis.
What makes 30 tonnes of steel disappear?
Camping upgrades in France, Peru, and Switzerland.
Some symbolise ferocity and others benevolence.
How to tackle those morning blues.
Get a taste of Austen's powers.
The City of Joy's popular street food wraps up a lot of flavour.