A handful of sparkling, 19th-century gin joints linger in London, their bedazzled bones built on stories of sozzled soldiers bayoneting the bum of a painted lady to execution parties accompanied by goblets of gin.
2020 might have been strangest year to shift to Mumbai, a place that exemplifies maddening chaos, but one writer and his family found that even at its most isolating, the city’s life force seeps in.
These new and upcoming museums are set to feed your curiosity for the months ahead. | By Connor McGovern
A foray into the golden days of the world's grand hotels and the writers that immortalised them.
Struggling with pandemic shutdowns and lost revenue, galleries respond with innovative exhibits, online programmes, and safety protocols. | By Christine Spolar
An avid traveller and jack of all trades reflects on his favourite odd job at a time when work is hard to come by: his summer foray at a quintessential English pub.
Calling off, going virtual or open with precautions, here’s how Christmas markets are adapting to social distancing and other safety guidelines.
In the British capital, a street can have many names—and surprises—if it’s been around for almost 2,000 years. | By Ellen Himelfarb
Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, munching on insects, or diving into the freezing waters of Iceland—the model, actor and athlete's favourite kind of travel is sweaty, and almost always shared with the love of his life.
Team NGTI cherry-picks vibrant movies which best showcase social commentary, race and desi culture.