Updated: May 02, 2015 12:52 IST
Himeji Castle: Japan’s first Unesco heritage site reopens for public

After five long years of renovation, Japan's most famous tourist attraction, Himeji Castle, is open again to visitors

Uttarakhand: A wildlife viewing trip with experts

Take a trip to the Corbett National Park, Sattal and Pangot with wildlife experts from Bombay Natural History Society (May 6-10)

10 top adventure tour operators in India

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced adventurer, our list of adventure tour operators will help you find a niche activity suitable f ...

A modern classic in Mussoorie

JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove Resort & Spa has a unique location, not too far from the populated areas, yet seemingly within touching d ...

Sharjah: More than just cricket

There is a lot to see and do in Sharjah, from museums to operas to food

Delhi food: Budget cafés in North Campus

A host of new pocket-friendly yet chic cafés are making north Delhi a foodie's paradise. Just take the Metro to GTB Nagar

Q&A: Marco Polo's troubleshooting guide
Travel Confusion? Email: mpolo@outlookindia.com or Ask here Please note that Marco will reply to selected questions.
Sikkim: Home to mountains and monks

Sikkim's list of attractions runs from tropical to alpine, from monasteries to markets. Here's a collage of the best things to do and places ...

Ritu Dalmia

Matakauri Lodge in Queenstown, New Zealand, is Chef Dalmia's most favourite hotel now

Splashed at the 4th India Surf Festival in Odisha

For three days in early February, the sun-washed stretch of Odisha’s Puri-Konark witnessed surfing, water on yoga and many other activitie ...

Albert Lim

The Vice-President of Airport Operations at Changi Airport Group feels that the airport is like a mini city by itself

Let there be light

Jewish menorah, a seven-headed lamp, is a striking symbol of Israel

The world's smallest, lightest, slimmest D-SLR

With a compact lightweight body, intelligent eye sensor and built in WiFi, the D5500 is a photographer's delight

18th century Anjar, Kutch

This 18th century painting with European engravings of landscapes finds a place in B.N Goswamy’s book The Spirit of Indian Painting

Treasured islands: Seychelles

Unalloyed lotus-eating over a course of five immensely satisfactory days in sunny Seychelles

All over the map

Travelling In, Travelling Out, an anthology, is a dismal failure — like flowers of varying lustre tossed higgledy-piggledy into a vase

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