Best countries for tea lovers
Qataris are among the world’s top tea drinkers, but plenty of other countries revere the traditions of tea, which provide a fascinating glimpse into local culture and hospitality.
Centennial Park District, Atlanta
Atlanta’s thriving downtown has something to charm visitors of all ages, and the beating heart of this Southern metropolis is just waiting to be explored.
24 hours in Marrakech
Marrakech, the crimson heart of Morocco, is a 1,000-year-old city with an unseen water supply that has allowed it to flourish. Above Marrakech are the marching peaks of the High Atlas mountains, often snowy, a contrast with the city’s celebrated redness, adding freshness to the air. The weather is welcoming almost year-round, with a near-ideal combination of sunny warmth and cool, alleviating evenings.
The Peninsula Paris
Located just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula Paris is within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums, and shopping districts.read more
Qatar Airways Holidays
Oryx presents its insider’s tips for places to visit in September. Explore Venice after the summer crowds have dispersed, and make the most of Jordan’s cooler temperatures and San Francisco’s...read more
Although often overshadowed by Florence, former maritime power Pisa is a jewel of urban architecture with a long-standing cultural verve.read more
Five minutes with
For French-Algerian designer Faiza Bouguessa, revisiting the rules of abaya fashion has been a welcome challenge. Her young label, Bouguessa, has garnered international praise for its rendition of minimalist modest...read more
Kwong Wai Keung
As an award-winning chef with over 20 years of experience, Executive Chef Kwong Wai Keung oversees the kitchen operation of T’ang Court and Chinese banquets at The Langham, Hong Kong hotel.read more
Sun care and luscious lips for summer
Summer is all about sun-kissed skin with an all-natural glow, achieved by basking in glorious vitamin D-rich rays.read more
What’s in my travel bag
When Herbert Ypma was just three years old, his Dutch father moved the family to Spain. But instead of a picturesque hacienda or a cool flat in the city, the Ypma family lived in caravans and tents, his mother...read more
Treetop dining in
Going for dinner in the Maldives isn’t as straightforward as you might think. It may be the world’s flattest country, with atolls fringed by abundant arcs of buttery sands, but that doesn’t mean...read more