What’s in my travel bag: Gerald Tan
Gerald Tan is one of Doha’s most prominent food bloggers (boulangerry.com). With a background in TV journalism, he is originally from Malaysia, and worked in Kuala Lumpur and Washington DC before moving to Qatar in 2011 for a job at Al Jazeera English. He is currently working on a show for the station that will examine the culture of a city through its food.
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel brings together cultural heritage and modern art in a unique concept property at the centre of the ever-chic Shanghai Bund.
Dining at The Pearl-Qatar
From the popular American diner Chocolate Bar, to the soon-to-be-launched Urban Jazz Kitchen, dining options at The Pearl-Qatar in Doha promise a varied culinary experience.
You’ve just got off a long flight: you’re exhausted, your throat is feeling scratchy, and you know a cold is waiting to spoil your trip. Sound familiar? Here are five immunity-boosting remedies to...read more
The Capital of Sport
Ever since the success of the 2006 Asian Games, Qatar’s reputation has been growing as the land that brings the world of sport together.read more
Getting away on holiday provides a much-needed break for families, but educational trips are becoming increasingly popular.read more
Zurich is one of those cities in which you may wish you’d stayed longer. Swiss travel expert Brian Johnston looks beyond its CHOCOLATE-BOX BEAUTY to reveal a cultured, innovative, very contemporary...read more
Four standout destination spas
Fancy a getaway for some serious pampering and self-evaluation? These four destinations are sure to offer a luxurious respite from the daily grind.read more
Gourmet popcorn is more than flavour of the month
Where once there was cheap and flavourless cinema popcorn, these days gourmet popcorn is the must-have-snack of the moment. It’s not hard to see why, either, with intriguing new flavour combinations...read more
Restaurants where you’d be loco to go local
London is crackers for Indian curry and New York has a new take on Italian, while Melbourne clamours for Cantonese. Whether it’s historical connections binding one country with another cuisine, or a...read more
Before joining Chingari at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Doha, head chef Jograj Dhaniram undertook intensive training for two years in different five-star hotels in Mumbai. This was followed by an opportunity to lead the...read more