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Call me a liar. But deception was the only way to evaluate the personalized shopping services touted by New York's Four Seasons and Tribeca Grand hotels... Read More

Trying to cross the road at the Old Delhi spice market, I dodge a motorcycle, a rickshaw, a truck, finally grabbing hold of something big and sturdy.... Read More

Once the epitome of elegant travel, cruising nearly vanished with the dawning of the jet age in the 1960's. But just as martinis and cigars are making a... Read More

You want to take a different kind of vacation. You want to be active and learn things that require expert guidance. You want to go on a dinosaur dig in... Read More

once-in-a-lifetime trips for a once-in-a-lifetime moment ... Read More

Only a few years ago, bicycle touring was the domain of the athletic and adventurous, people who were willing to load up their bikes with 40 pounds of... Read More

See the slideshow of Dazzling Spa Debuts. ... Read More

See our slideshow of India’s Most Romantic Places. ... Read More

It comes as no surprise that Europe remains the favorite destination of overseas-bound Americans and that England is the most popular country, with... Read More

Situated on a Rajasthan oasis that was once a favorite tiger-hunting camp of the royals, the secluded Amanbagh (Ajabgarh, Alwar, India; 65/6887-3337;... Read More

Stepping into the recently opened Amara boutique (1-3-5 Kemps Blvd.; 91-22/2387-9687), in Mumbai's posh Kemps Corner, is like walking into the well... Read More

Forget the frumpy, olive-drab tents of your childhood. A new breed of oversized tents is being pitched at ecotourism sites and luxury resorts around... Read More

Rediscovering India ... Read More

Sir Richard Branson (left), chairman of Virgin Atlantic Airways, stopped by the Travel + Leisure offices recently to chat with managing editor Mark... Read More

It was in the mazelike bazaars of Kalbadevi that I encountered the American. Veiled by smoke from street-stall frying pans, trailed by an enormous cow,... Read More

Soon after arriving in Lisbon for the first time, I went looking for India. In London, where I now live, India seems very close; it lies scattered in... Read More

When seclusion is paramount, choose one of these new far-flung hideaways. • The most recent addition to Grace Leo-Andrieu's stylish oeuvre is L... Read More

(14) Four Seasons Punta Mita High style, south of the border The rocky road that snakes from Puerto Vallarta to Punta Mita is about as raw as it gets.... Read More

(19) Chapada dos Veadeiros Brazil's New Age paradise A growing number of spiritual travelers are making pilgrimages to Chapada dos Veadeiros, an ancient... Read More

Logo-mania is spreading, as luxury label Louis Vuitton expands its global empire with two new outposts. At the New Delhi store (Oberoi Hotel, Dr. Zakir... Read More

When German fashion stylist Claudia Ajwani and her Bombay-bred husband, Hari, opened Goa's Nilaya Hermitage in the nineties, the New Age hotel glammed... Read More

In December 2001, the Indian government described a terrorist attack on the Parliament in New Delhi as "India's 9/11." In response, nearly a million... Read More

Long beloved as India's Garden City, Bangalore is suddenly hotter than chicken vindaloo. Having been recently dot-commified into an IT hub (earning it... Read More

The latest train trips give you plenty of reasons to get on board. India's Deccan Odyssey (800/824-6342; www.deccan-odyssey-india.com; from $350 a night... Read More

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