Racist cults, killer sharks, and gruesome, psychedelic-fueled rituals await you, if you dare, in our list of films and books on the flipside of travel.
From slick city restaurants pioneering modern cuisine to remote rainforest treks, we bring you the best of this South American country. | By Nicola Trup & Ben Lerwillv
The National Museum of Indian Cinema in south Mumbai is a long overdue homage to our enduring romance with the movies. | By Pragya Bhagat
From 15th-century forts in Salem to dilapidated police stations in Assam, here’s a trail through the places that preserve India’s patriotic past.
Sweden’s Spritmuseum will delight booze aficionados, interested in the history of spirits, the region’s drinking customs and, naturally, a glass of tipple itself.
Team NGTI cherry-picks vibrant movies which best showcase social commentary, race and desi culture.
From military fortresses to pleasure palaces, castles in Wales come in all shapes and sizes.
Mandu Festival, five days of moonlit music and grand celebrations, rekindle the Madhya Pradesh town’s old-time glory.
Summertime traditions feature the head-turning “vinok,” a classic accessory for weddings and festivals. | By Eve Conant
A writer goes in search of the city beloved in the cinema of its greatest filmmaker, Wong Kar-Wai.