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Why We Travel
These creative young minds are transforming India’s culinary landscape and reimagining how diners eat out. Profiles by Roshni Bajaj Sanghvi, Joanna Lobo, Krutika Behrawala, Rituparna Roy & Sushmita Sundaram With inputs from AD Singh, Akash Devaraju,
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Writer; Here’s To Smart Travel; p126 A: “I’m hoping to travel more consciously this year. That includes cutting out single-use plastics and purchasing local so local communities benefit. I also want to indulge in some slow travel and (hopefully) cros
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Here’s To Smart Travel
Best for adventure travel Digit knows a thing or two about the wanderlust bug, and it’s why it offers insurance policies that cover several types of adventure activities. So whether you are zip-lining through cloud forests in Costa Rica, skiing on Al
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Editor’s Letter
This year, Condé Nast Traveller India turns a whopping 10 years old. While our anniversary isn’t officially until 1 October, we decided now is as good a time as any to take stock and reflect on the past decade. Much has changed in the world of travel
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Beauty Bliss On The Go
All your bags are packed and you are ready to go! Stylish outfits, your favourite accessories and a camera—you’ve packed everything on your checklist for some Insta-worthy vacation pictures. But, between flying different time zones and spending late-
Conde Nast Traveller India4 min gelesenRegional & Ethnic
The Taste Of Home
A short while ago, while researching a story on kunafa, a decadent Middle Eastern dessert made of sugar-drenched phyllo pastry and salty cheese, I became aware of the fact that it is considered the shared culinary inheritance of several countries in
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Table Talk
Founder-owner Nandita Aron tells her stories through her striking collections of ceramics and studio pottery, designed in collaboration with artists from across India. Her tales are an extension of her experiences and understanding of life in Shimla,
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Elizabeth Gilbert
Besides the Jaipur Literature Festival, what have you been up to on this trip to India? I very spontaneously decided to go to the UtsavaMaa festival. It’s so weird how I do things. The woman who used to colour my hair back home in California came to
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Electric Nagaland
Morning arrives in a disorienting rush in Khonoma village, nestled deep in the Angami hills of Nagaland. Inflexible officialdom imposes Indian Standard Time in the region, so dawn breaks in the wee hours and immediately brightens to searing sunlight.
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Word Of Mouth
Here are 12 ways to celebrate the rich, versatile Asian Paints Colour of the Year 2020, Curiosity Blue The Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements (; 7-15 February), curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt, will take over four floors
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Need To Know
There are flights to Dimapur airport from major Indian cities. Indian passport-holders require an Inner Line Permit (ILP), which can be applied for at Nagaland House offices in New Delhi, Kolkata, Shillong and Guwahati, or via a travel agent or tour
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Indian Icon
The Gateway of India made its inaugural appearance in 1911 as a cardboard structure to commemorate the arrival of King-Emperor George V and Queen-Empress Mary in India. Despite being designed by a British architect who modelled it after the Arc de Tr
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How Portugal Became The Greatest Place To Eat Right Now
It’s on the other side of the Tagus River in Cacilhas, a tiny port neighbourhood you take a ferry to get to that is home to some abandoned factories and adorable feral cats who enjoy uninterrupted views of Lisbon’s very spectacular hills. There are f
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Insta-inspired Sustainable Living
@ecowarriorprincess Founded by Jennifer Nini, a certified organic farmer, it’s your manual to ethical fashion and sustainable living. Follow for sustainable fashion as well as facts and stats. @easyecotips From making organic mosquito repellant to gr
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Cloud Atlas
FROM THE TOP OF THE PASS, we looked down on summer pastures shimmering with haze. Cloud shadows drifted like wandering states across the valley. Far off in the west, the grasslands tipped into empty reaches of the sky. To the south stood the ramparts
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Punk Pastries
Among the first to move into the epicurean bakery scene was ex-noma chef Christian Puglisi, best known for his stellar restaurant, Relæ. These days, he owns four spots in Copenhagen’s hippest neighbourhood, Nørrebro, including a bakery, Mirabelle. He
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Scale Up
It’s a Saturday afternoon in July and I’m sharing plates of tangy green papaya salad and tuna crudo, washed down with the local Hinano beer, at Fish & Blue (, which feels more like a quirky boutique in Bridgehampton, w
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20 Places To Go In 2020
JAPAN The Olympic Games return to their first Asian host, Tokyo, from 24 July to 9 August ( The Paralympics follow from 25 August to 6 September. Plans are underway for humanoid robots to guide visitors at the Olympic Village and a pot
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Win A One-night Stay At Welcomhotel Amritsar
Old-school opulence meets modern luxury with overtones of Punjab’s well-known hospitality at Welcomhotel Amritsar. Once the grand colonnaded mansion of the Sandhanwalia family, which had links to Sikh Empire founder Maharaja Ranjit Singh, it was rest
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Rocky Mountain High
Some of my fondest childhood memories involve waking up to the smell of eggs sizzling on a pan the sound of bread popping out of a toaster and the voice of John Denver on the stereo. Major Denver and Neil Diamond fans, my parents enjoyed slivers of q
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On The Go
The capital is particular about its Asian fare, and so it’s no surprise that diners have taken to OKO, the pan-Asian eatery at the Lalit New Delhi. Known for its innovative food from Japan, China and Thailand, the food at OKO is ably overseen by chef
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Hyatt Regency Dharamshala Resort
A 45-minute drive from Kangra Valley’s picturesque Gaggal Airport, up ribbons of tarmac folded onto the side of the cedar-covered Dhauladhars, brings you to the new 80-key Hyatt Regency Dharamshala Resort. The luxury property—the first of its kind in
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Top Restaurant Awards 2019
The country’s ace restaurateurs, chefs, hospitality veterans and food entrepreneurs came together in New Delhi to witness the unveiling of India’s Top 50 restaurants at the third edition of the Condé Nast Traveller and Himalayan India’s Top Restauran
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The Standard, Maldives
If you have spent time in either Los Angeles or New York City in the last decade or so, chances are you’re familiar with The Standard chain of hotels. This group is now bringing its famous gloss and glamour halfway across the world to the Maldives. I
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The That Made 50 The List
Chef Manish Mehrotra has burnished his reputation by bringing modern Indian cuisine to the world. He chooses from flavours that have been honed over decades and reimagines them, presenting them in fresh, interesting ways. Indian Accent, which came in
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Nine Furlongs, Binsar
The journey to get here prepares you for the kind of isolated luxury this gorgeous new property inside Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary offers. Almost six hours on the Shatabdi from New Delhi brings you to the end of the line, a small station town called Ka
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For The Love Of Food
Meet Chef Rahul Gomes Pereira, fondly known as Chef Picu. He’s a dyed-in-the-wool Goan, with a penchant for quirky crocs and regional Indian cuisine. And he’s had quite the journey! From having studied at the Institute of Hotel Management Mumbai to h
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In The Mood For Romance
W Goa The seven-course Starlit Dinner at Spice Traders, the pan-Asian restaurant here, will set the mood for your special evening. Whether you are looking to pop the question or just have a romantic meal under the stars, the curated menu made of aphr
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Hospitality Via Design
“Set out a clear budget,” advises Huzefa Rangwala of design firm MuseLAB. And to avoid frivolous expenditure, pay heed to Bombay BnB cofounder Romal Changwani’s tip: spend the better part of your budget on items guests are likely to use the most (the
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All That Shimmers
It is our most beautiful local attraction,” said the raspy voice in the Bordeaux café, as the clink of glasses being gathered up sounded in the background. “You should go to see the sunrise or the sunset.” The place in question was the Dune du Pilat,
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