T. rex tales or those of Lewis Carroll, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History holds treasures wide and unusual.
Although the book is not a travelogue in the classic mould, it has some meaty detail on locations crucial to the East India Company’s rise in India.
With Renaissance Hotels’ ‘Discover This Way’ campaign, a guest got a taste of the erstwhile Nawabi capital.
Bangalore’s newest museum is an ode to India’s rich and varied musical legacy.
A 1,600-year-old sarcophagus, 28 Roman Londoners, and over 200 artefacts on display in the Museum of London Docklands shed new light on death and burial in Roman London.
Tales of a colonial past and Bengal’s intellectual renaissance are getting a new lease of life in the a small port town.
Outside of charming temple towns, the ecological paradise of Hengchun Peninsula is a magnet for scuba divers, hikers, bikers and birdwatchers.
In Bahrain, ancient history comes alive within its forts, burial mounds and mosques.
Writer William Dalrymple’s fascination with India of the yore is known to spill over from novels to photographs. His latest collection opens this week in Mumbai.
These guided walking tours offer a great window into the Maximum City's storied monuments and colourful history.