With French architecture, canal-side pagodas, and heady Vietnamese coffee, every day is a surprise in the city.
Bombay–much like New York, Madrid and London–takes the shape of the prism you watch it through.
The taste of the ocean and the cod dominate the palate of the Portuguese capital.
Once part of Bombay's posh nightlife, the country’s only opera house has been returned to its former glory.
Indigenous art and aesthetic comes alive at Bhopal’s Tribal Museum.
With great landscapes, heritage, food and hotels, Oman ticks all the boxes.
The Colombian capital emerges from its dark ages with a flair for preserving its character.
A welcome addition to Mumbai, especially for backpackers and business travellers.
This wetland is in fact of one Delhi’s best birding locales, with many species visible in a small area. | By Sutirtha Lahiri
Established in 1816, the store in Chandni Chowk still has a few surprises.