Features - Destinations
USA - Dallas Fort Worth
Thirty minutes on the Tom Landry Freeway separates Dallas and Fort Worth, two cities steeped in Texas tradition. DFW rolls off the tongue as if it were one, but the two cities couldn’t be more different in terms of reputation.
Egypt - Ramadan in Cairo
Dallia M. Abdelmoniem, a resident of Cairo for more than 15 years, reflects on the joys of spending Ramadan in one of the worlds busiest cities.
Articles - Destinations
HIA - Your shopping destination
The cutting-edge development of Hamad International Airport was designed with the passenger in mind, and nowhere is this more evident than the Qatar Duty Free (QDF) retail area.
24 Hours in Philadelphia
Qatar Airways introduction of Philadelphia to its destination list on April 2 has opened up access to one of the United States great cities, rich in history as the centre of the US fight for independence while undergoing a seemingly perpetual modernisation through ambitious boutiques, top-class restaurants, and an energy buoyed by an influx of transplants priced out of nearby New York City and Washington DC.
My Favourite Street Barcelona
Catalan painter and sculptor Samuel Salcedo reveals the secrets of the beautiful Eixample area of Barcelona. With its list of prestigious art galleries, unique modernist architecture, and outdoor dining, it is a cultural feast.
weekend away - Djibouti
Only a two-hour drive from Djibouti city youll find yourself in the midst of an impressive landscape, surrounded by a volcanic backdrop, salt lakes, and lava fields.
fine food - Chef Dean Fearing
Dean Fearing is chef and partner at Fearing’s Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. Current menu highlights include his flavourful Tortilla Soup, which you can recreate at home using his recipe.
luxe - Miss Clara by Nobis, Stockholm
One of Stockholms most treasured art nouveau buildings, the former Ateneum school for girls has been transformed into a sleek Scandinavian hotel in the evolving City district.
What’s in my travel bag - Paula Ferber
Fashion designer and Brazilian native Paula Ferber started her relationship with the fashion world when she was working as a model in Brazil, Greece, and Japan.
Future Past Perfect: Tokyo Tales
It’s Saturday afternoon in Tokyo. In one popular shopping district, neon flashes across the skyline, music videos blare from mega-screens, and the streets throng with teenagers, housewives, and salarymen.