Features - Luxe

Emerging cuisines

These are exciting times for eating out. Never before has the range of choices around the world been so great. And while we love to celebrate local dishes using local ingredients from local chefs, there’s also always a good time to celebrate offerings from distant lands around the world. From Olympics-primed Brazil to the rise of Korean, push the boat out with these emerging cuisines. Greg Sunning shares three great cuisines that deserve a little more of your attention.

Blue sky driving

Pleasurable driving experiences aren’t limited to staying on the blacktop, as Land Rover’s latest convertible proves.

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Club Med Finolhu Villas, Maldives

Experience Maldivian eco-chic villas that don’t compromise on luxury.

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W Doha Hotel & Residences

A lifestyle hotel in Doha’s West Bay with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf.

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Stress management

While some will argue that a healthy amount of stress can help motivate you and keep your mind stimulated, stress can quickly pile up and cause serious health problems such as hypertension, heart disease, depression, and even obesity. When the pressure is on, here are four tips that will help you deal with stress levels.

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Three of the world’s smallest restaurants

Service, exclusivity, luxury, and personalisation – modern customers demand uniqueness in their experiences and, in an ever-crowded world, their own space. Step forward small restaurants that celebrate the individual, keep the crowds at bay, and usher in a privacy many of us often crave. While pop-ups and market stalls excel at small, balancing scale and standards is key. Greg Sunning reveals where getting a table is hard because there aren’t that many, and the service and cuisine are extremely personal.

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The Westin Doha Hotel & Spa

An oasis of serenity in the heart of a rapidly growing metropolis.

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Faena Hotel Miami Beach

The stylish new hotel marks the first phase of openings in the Faena District Miami Beach, a new neighbourhood rooted in arts and culture.

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Skin and hair care for warmer climes

Spring and summer are upon us, and with the departure of cold, drying air comes a new set of challenges – hotter, more humid air, the UV rays of the sun, and chlorine from the pool. From the right make-up and moisturiser to the perfect, protective hair-care product, here are some to try this season. And yes, Baz Luhrmann was right, everybody’s free to wear sunscreen.

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Fashionable restaurants for fashionistas

As the European leg of the world’s fashion shows gets underway, showcasing leading designers’ Autumn/Winter 2016 collections, the demands of a fashionista’s unrelenting schedule are many and varied. Hopping aboard a magic carpet of style and elegance, thirsts and hungers are best sated at three superb catwalk-ready restaurants on our network. Greg Sunning reveals where the fashionista, fashion, and food combine in three of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities.

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Force fed

When Porsche changed its 911 Carrera from air-cooled to water-cooled engines, purists were incensed. Hang onto your hats, though; an even more dramatic shift is happening to the 911 – turbocharging.

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