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These three road trips in Canada will mark a thrilling experience in the country. There are wonderful pit stops for beer and food.
Built on March 25, 1992 in Sasebo city of Nagasaki prefecture, Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park that recreates a 17th-century Dutch city, entirely European.
Voted 2017’s Best European Destination, Porto the second largest city in Portugal is historic yet trendy, cultured yet bohemian. We find out ten insider secrets of this undeniable charming city.
The birthplace of denim jeans, slot machines, and the first ever fortune cookie, San Francisco always has new things up its sleeve for repeat travellers.
Tucked away in the northernmost tip of Pakistan is a dreamy valley called Hunza, where people live for as long as 120 years and the literacy rate is as high as 90%. This may be the closest you get to James Hilton’s Shangri-La.
Mallorca, a Mediterranean star that shines with its beautiful beaches and remote mountains, is also the largest island in the Balearic Islands archipelago, Spain. Here are some gorgeous images of the magnificent beauty that you should treat your eyes to, this summer.
Going off the beaten path in France has never been easier. We chart a course through Picardy, the French capital’s neighbouring region.
This weekend was a very important one for the people of Roturua, a Maori city in New Zealand who had gathered to break the Guinness Book of World Records for ‘Haka.’
Out of all the cities in Thailand, Chiang Mai is unarguably the most vegan-friendly city. With a plethora of vegan, organic and even raw restaurants to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Chiang Mai is located in Northern Thailand and in close proximity to the Burmese, Chinese, and Laos borders, and therefore, unique culinary specialties are infused.
We know we’d travel to Australia in a heartbeat. The country is breathtaking in the winter, and as cold as the Gold Coast is at this time of the year, we’ll happily trade in the heat and humidity for an icy-cold nose and numb fingers. In South Australia, between the […]
Six cities in Europe are poised to emerge as the must-visit if you want to experience Europe in a unique way. Experience their culture, beauty and postcard-worth views before they become touristy.
In Scotland’s picturesque countryside of Speyside, Travel +Leisure India went on a fabulous whiskey trail through Scotland in the distilleries of Chivas Regal and Glenlivet Distillery. Here, we witnessed the art of blending whiskey. Find out where you should go for the best experience!
Fierce Omani traders, mysterious 19th century explorers, scarves with hidden messages, markets at sunset with Indians, Arabs, and Masai milling them; ornate wooden doors, narrow maze-like alleys that give you sudden glimpses of a turquoise ocean… Ruchira Bose discovers a vivid past and present in Zanzibar.
There’s no better way to travel the medieval city of Bruges than on a bicycle—cruising through breweries with the best beers and cafés with the best hot chocolate of the world.
The annual World Sacred Spirit Festival brings some of the best talent in classical and folk music while keeping a Sufi flavour. Harsimran Shergill finds out what has been bringing people here for ten years.
The fantasy of living in a medieval castle comes alive in Ireland at these grand hotels that make you feel like a peer of the realm.
Romantic travel escapades make a mark on your relationship and bring you closer. Plan your next holiday to South Africa and let idyllic experiences in the lap of nature to work their magic.
European Finesse, African History, and Indian spices come together in South Africa. We give you a lowdown on not-to-miss dishes in the country and where to find their best versions.
If you’re trying to fit in an extra-large family holiday into one neat itinerary, South Africa is your best bet this summer. Jaw-dropping landscapes stretch for miles; aerial, aquatic, and terrestrial eco-systems flourish unlike anywhere else; timeless treasures galivant between the historic and the pre-historic times. South Africa is a […]
In the world’s first Hello Kitty restaurant in Hong Kong, the kitty does not purr; she inspires hot dim sums—in various shapes, sizes, and colours.
If you’re trailing the World War II sites, don’t stop in Europe. Okinawa, a beautiful Prefecture in Japan, draws tourists with its beaches and water sports, but it has a bloody history that send chills down your spine.
Are you reaching for another milestone birthday this year without having done something adventurous to talk about? We’ve brought you an outrageous idea for your next vacation. Iceland is for those who’ve been saving up for that one trip that needs you to go all out.
If you’re heading to the city of love this Valentine’s Day, amuse yourself by exploring Paris through Woody Allen’s eyes by taking a trail through the filming locations of his famous movie, Midnight in Paris.
As the birthplace of denim jeans, slot machines and the first ever fortune cookie, San Francisco is so much more than just a picturesque hilly city. We have curated three experiences that describe this versatile city the best.
Here are some fun facts about Germany if you’re travelling to the country this spring break. Germany has been one of the top tourist destinations in the world for quite some time now. The cultural exposure is immense and there’s something for everybody to pursue. Here are some fun facts […]
The famous White Night Melbourne is back in February this year. This city-wide event, dipped in hues of art and culture, gives you all the reasons to visit Australia right now.
If you want to practice that backstroke this summer, make a dash to these luxury hotels with the most dramatic and plunge-worthy swimming pools in Asia.
South Africa wins the Best Honeymoon Destination at T+L India’s Best Awards. Here are some great vineyard experiences you can have in the nation.
After a five-month long digital polling process, the readers of the magazine voted for their Best Country and Australia emerged as the winner.
Segovia is a small but significant place. When you’re visiting this quaint city, experience it with your senses of smell, taste, and sight.
The holiday town El Gouna is the rising star of the Red Sea Riviera, where you’ll find beachfront resorts, fine-dining restaurants, swanky yachts, and a gamut of activities.
The ‘little big man’ in the black tuxedo, Charlie Chaplin, with his trademark wobbling gait, iconic moustache, bowler hat and cane, reminded his audiences to laugh through the dark times. Chaplin’s World, in Switzerland, is an ideal tribute.
A town that has mostly known wines for centuries, is being introduced to a new wave of microbreweries. Amrita Das visits the Spanish town of Córdoba to find how the locals are handling the change.
The iron-and-glass San Miguel Market in Madrid beckons travellers with its delicious food, great ambience, and historic significance.
Montreal and Toronto are arch-rivals since time unknown. We have jumped into this debate by decoding the food, lifestyle, and culture of both the cities. Will this put the debate to rest?
To observe the first women’s month in Thailand, Abercrombie & Kent has curated a banquet of travel experiences, crafted specially for women looking to satiate their wanderlusting souls.
After the sun goes down, dapper men and Instagram-loving patrons head to Banyan Tree Bangkok’s Moon Bar. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or the hundredth, the panoramic views from this vantage point never stop amazing you.
After sunset, make your way to the coolest bars in Ho Chi Minh City for a mixed bag of madness.
Take a leap of faith at Chamonix’s newly-opened Le Pas dans le Vide that takes the thrill of stepping into the beyond to the next level.
The region of Catalonia is ‘not Spanish.’ This autonomous region has escaped from within Spain’s conspicuous boundaries by asserting itself through every conceivable difference they’ve had—the history and art, language and culture, national flag and holidays, cuisine and of course, football.
Mala Barua travels to Turkey to experience the roots of Rumi and discovers incredible vignettes of Sufism during the annual festival of the ‘Wedding Night’, when the death of the Sufi saint is celebrated for his union with the divine.
In Spain’s Seville, there is a predominant cycle culture, and the city beckons every traveller to pedal on its quaint tracks. T+L writer Amrita Das recounts that it’s fun, exhilarating, and reminds her of home.
The Danish capital demands a little loyalty as you leave, by catching you off-guard when it evokes your hidden Viking instinct—the love for sailing, finds Anwesha Sanyal.
Cotswolds and Yorkshire are not just about gentle hills, glorious villages, and old mansions anymore. Anand Kapoor sets out on a driving holiday and discovers stylish boutiques, vibrant cafes, Michelin-starred restaurants, and several charming villages.
Israel’s city of Tel Aviv is the City of Cool—modern, vibrant, and cosmopolitan. Kalpana Sunder has imprinted on her mind the city’s coastline, coffee, food, architecture, and rich heritage.
The Aosta Valley is a plush secret long privy to European cognoscenti. But even if you aren’t ready to ski up a storm swathed in Prada, it serves up Michelin-starred pampering and an alluring après-ski scene.
Apart from interesting art and culture-hungry tourists, Israel is now also attracting luxury and gourmet travellers with its fantastic food and wine, and stylish cities.
Iceland has been attracting filmmakers and tourists. If you’re not too sure where to start the adventure, here’s a list to add to your itinerary.
The beautiful freshwater Lake Naivasha in Kenya is serene and virgin, but often overlooked by tourists for the more popular Lake Nakuru National Park. Read as writer Kalpana Sunder pulls into the waters for an ‘Out of Africa’ experience.