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Things to do in India

  • Kaya Kalp—The Royal Spa

    A 99,000-square-foot Mughal fantasy with mother-of-pearl–inlaid floors, fruit-tree–filled gardens, and traditional ayurvedic offerings. More
  • Kaziranga National Park

    Best for: One-horned rhinoceros, tigers, (wild) elephants, wild buffalo, monitor lizards, and water birds like the bar-headed goose, grey-headed la... More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • Keoladeo Ghana National Park

    Best for: Storks, cranes, eagles, and hawks, pythons, porcupines, wild boar, nilgai (literally “blue cow”), India’s largest native antelope   Logis... More
  • Khan Market

    The city’s highest-priced retail district is initially unassuming: a warren of narrow lanes lined with drab old functional blocks, some of which ap... More
  • Ladakh Art Gallery

    South Indian–style gold baubles as well as silver boxes, bowls, chalices, and cups. More
  • Ladakh Art Palace

    A treasure trove of affordable silver and Tibetan beads, as well as vintage trunks costing up to $4,000. More
  • Leh Palace

    The former seat of the royal family, built in the 17th century, offers panoramic views of Leh and its surroundings. More
  • Lodi Garden

    One of the world's greatest urban parks, the treetops are aflutter with birds: black drongos, Indian tree pies, mynahs, red-vented bulbuls. The par... More
  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

    Best for: Tigers, water buffalo, rhinos, (wild) elephants, golden langur, (a rare orange-furred monkey), Bengal florican (an endangered two-foot-ta... More
  • Mandrem Beach

    Check out the innumerable starfish that wash up on this 550-yard beach. More
  • Mandu, India

    Set on a high plateau 25 bumpy miles from Ahilya Fort is the abandoned sixth-century city of Mandu, built by the Muslim Ruler Hoshang Shah and fame... More
  • Manish Arora Fish Fry

    Wildly inventive designer Manish Arora samples global imagery for his embroidered and patchwork clothing in his Fish Fry collection. Snap up a pair... More
  • Marble Palace

    The tumbeldown manse was built during the 19th century by the trader Raja Rajendra Mullick to accommodate a strange hoard of Chinese urns and ornat... More
  • Meenakshi Sundareswara

    This Madurai temple was built in the 16th-century. There are those who refer to Madurai as a power center, claiming that the earth around the old t... More
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