Etretat is proof that there is so much more to France than Paris, with its photogenic cliffs, pebbly beaches, luxurious hotels and endorsements from some of the greatest artists to have walked the planet.
A striking example of the influence of art on a community is the Maqtha Art district in Hyderabad. In 2017, St+art foundation collaborated with more than 30 artists from across the globe and curated the idea of converting a regular village – Maqtha into an eye-catching landmark for the City of Pearls.
The beauty of Cape Town lies within its diversity, from its beaches, Table Mountain, its significant history and an amalgamation of multiple cultures.
The widest waterfall in the world, The Victoria Falls are truly a natural wonder of the world; and an absolute must-visit!
A journey through the heart of Austria takes you to surreal mountains and lakes, including the most Instagrammable town in the world.
Kuala Lumpur truly stands out as one of the most appealing metropoles in South East Asia, and was the 6th most visited city in 2019. We take a look at the must-visits of Kuala Lumpur, both reputed and obscure.
No trip you take in India will quite be like Ladakh. The sheer natural beauty, spirituality and historical significance truly makes it unique. It is a trip that will change you. And although Ladakh gets more are more commercial by the day, it still is a place that is well worth the visit. It truly is, India’s crown jewel.
Cairns at first glance just felt like the world had slowed down for a while, and we were at ease to finally be able to wander around at our own pace, after the long and hectic touristy runarounds in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
A place of enormous cultural, economic and financial influence in the country as well as globally, Barcelona stands today as one of the most important cities on the Mediterranean sea. The Gothic architecture, the mountains and the sea make for a unique and vibrant city.
A sprawling desert, a bustling fishery, sandstone cliffs and a beach. In a country known for its rainforests? Surely not!