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Apr / May 2017

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  • Exploring Odisha

    Beyond the crowd-pleasing temples that draw pilgrims to India’s ninth-largest state, a patchwork of tribal peoples and tranquil beach escapes await.
  • Four Must-try Luxury Train Journeys

    It's an exciting year for luxury cruise trains, with new services starting from the Andes to Arctic Russia. Here are four you won't want to miss.
  • Discovering Kyoto with the Four Seasons Hotel

    The recently opened property now boasts an array of activities for guests to immerse themselves in the culture of Japan's former capital.
  • The New Face of Poblacion, Manila

    A flurry of new restaurants, coffee shops, and artistic venues are turning Makati's red-light district into an up-and-coming neighborhood.
  • Next Stop: Waisak at Borobudur

    Held on May 11 this year, the annual spectacle begins with an afternoon procession of 15,000 from the ancient temple of Mendut.
  • A First Look at The Silo Hotel

    What was once a grain elevator on Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront has now been deftly repurposed as an eye-catching boutique hotel.
  • What’s On: Frieze New York

    Held on May 5–7, the event’s sixth edition is making its return to Randall’s Island Park, where it will be set up in a riverside pavilion.
  • Q&A with Tasia and Gracia Seger

    We catch up with last year's winners of Australian competitive cooking show My Kitchen Rules, before they jet off to Bali for the Ubud Food Festival.
  • Back to Nature at Cempedak Island

    The enterprising hoteliers behind Nikoi Island, the award-winning Indonesian eco-resort, have now unveiled its sister property in nearby waters.
  • French Finesse at Rech Hong Kong

    The InterContinental Hong Kong has recently opened the first overseas outpost of Alain Ducasse's Parisian seafood restaurant, Rech.
  • Manhattan’s Meditative Side

    In New York City, a string of wellness venues are 
taking the meditation experience to new heights. Here are five places to try out.
  • Introducing The National: New Australian Art

    A new biennial dedicated to contemporary Australian art looks set to reinvigorate the country’s cultural scene.