The other side of Abu Dhabi

All of a sudden, I could feel the vibe changing. The semi-arid topography — and even the skyline to an e...

The Taj Rishikesh touches you in many ways

It is very tempting to hitch one’s wagon to the cavalcade of cliches that is Rishikesh. I really have no...

Abu Dhabi is fast becoming a go-to global culinary destination

I closed my eyes and prayed. Prayed hard that my tongue — and teeth — wouldn’t have to meet ...

Chinar chimes

As a family we are travel buffs, and the pandemic has made sure we value and cherish each holiday to the utmos...

Meghalaya is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation

For someone who enjoys the Pujas from behind the Ekdalia Evergreen Club pandal, taking a trip during the festi...

Exploring The Lake Palace, Udaipur

On October 23, 2021, The Taj celebrated its 50-year-old relationship with The Lake Palace, Udaipur. It has bee...

Travel  /  Published 02.11.21

All about Dubai

IMG WORLD Think Marvel, Cartoon Network, Lost Valley — Dinosaur Adventure or Haunted hotel, this indoor theme park had it all. Strapped onto our seats, which jerked and lurched around in one sp...
By Shrestha Saha

Travel  /  Published 31.10.21

All aboard!

Bedtime and border Crossing Post-dinner, as was customary, we assembled in the lounge car, to exchange travel tales and listen to Alan on the piano. While I sipped and nibbled on post-dinner delectab...
By Chandana Ghosh

World  /  Published 26.10.21

4 Things You Need to Keep in Mind Before Travelling to Malaysia

If you are travelling to Malaysia in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, you need to be aware of the latest travel requirements established by the Malaysian government. Entry to Malaysia is partially a...
By ABP Digital Brand Studio

Travel  /  Published 24.10.21

Enchanting wilderness

Getting a picture of red and green macaws, flying over the moss-covered water, against a backdrop of cratered reddish gray sandstone, is any photographer’s dream. This is also a success story of...
By J.R. Ram

Travel  /  Published 04.10.21

Soaking in the sea and hills

Day four A new day had arrived and the beach was looking beautiful as ever! Blue with the rays of the sun reflecting off of it. Being my last day, I wanted to venture out into the city. But not befor...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya

Travel  /  Published 03.10.21

Solo in Paris

Karen Anand is a culinary consultant, food writer and entrepreneur. In recent times her name has been synonymous with farmers’ markets. Follow her on and on Instagram...
By Karen Anand

Travel  /  Published 26.09.21

One in a (ver)million

Calcutta girl Natasha Celmi is a culinary specialist and food stylist based in Bangalore. Find her on Instagram @natashacelmi or follow her YouTube channel Natasha Celmi ...
By Natasha Celmi

Travel  /  Published 19.09.21

Bigger & Butter

A mini slice of Punjab can be experienced at Sadda Pind, on the way to the Attari-Wagah border. A few local women sit and make fresh and wholesome corn-flour rotis on an open fire oven and serve it wi...
By Sneha Dutta

Travel  /  Published 30.07.21

6 Less Travelled Spots in Australia that You Must Visit

There was a time when the British settlers used Australia as the dumping ground of prisoners. But, today, it has become one of the most thriving economies of the world, owing primarily to its natural ...
By ABP Digital Brand Studio

Travel  /  Published 23.07.21

Tired of no-travel?

Russia: It is generally hot in the largest country in the world during this time but on the flip side, places like Moscow and St Petersburg don’t witness massive footfall. Travel gurus believe...
By Aniruddha Biswas


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