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 27.05.18

Hola, Senorita

By TT Bureau

Travel  /  Published 13.05.18

Steamed goodness

By Tanya Sen

Travel  /  Published 22.04.18

You yacht to know that

By Karo Christine Kumar

Food  /  Published 06.10.18

A gourmet's guide to Florence

Da Nerbone is an institution on the ground floor at the back of the Central Market. They are known for their lampredotto (tripe), which they serve with salsa verde and chilli sauce either in a crusty ...
By Karen Anand

Travel  /  Published 20.07.19

A wild card in Tipeshwar

On the way to Tadoba National Park, which has become my second home, I have come across the signage ‘Tipeshwar’. Not that it caught my fancy really; it is like one of the tea stalls one comes acro...
By Shiladitya Chaudhury

Travel  /  Published 09.06.20

Travel the world at a click of a button

By Nandini Ganguly

Travel  /  Published 01.11.18

Adventure in the Alps

Switzerland might mean snow-clad mountains and tranquil lakes for Indians but the country wants to change the perception.From wakeboarding on Lake Zurich to tobogganing on Mount Pilatus, Hindi cinema...
By A Staff Reporter in Calcutta

Travel  /  Published 14.09.19

Idyll bites in Goa

The Portuguese came to India well before the British or even the Mughals and left Goa in 1961, after 450 years of rule. They had a remarkable influence on this territory of 3,700sq km and what has eme...
By Karen Anand


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