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Home to fifteen million people and site of the 2008 Olympics, Beijing is a superpower capital to see.
China's embrace of capitalism is transforming this historic city into an urban marvel for this century. Come witness its rise.
From super-future cities to remote countryside, China offers an incredible kaleidoscope of experiences.
It is the world’s most aggressively capitalist city—a seething, buzzing, speeding place, where East collides with West.
Marco Polo once reportedly described Hangzhou, south of Shanghai, as “without doubt the finest and most splendid city in the world.”
New York is at a new zenith of creativity, with exciting new hotels, restaurants, galleries and shops.
St. Barth’s has a rhythm of its own that mixes l’art de vivre with a laid-back tropical ease. What's new; where to stay and shop.
A memorable sidestep to lesser-known cities: Gwailor and Orchha (near Agra) and Karaikudi and Hampi (in the south). Plus, Bombay advice from designer Lisa Fine.
The Austrian capital is buzzing with chic hotels, cutting-edge restaurants and a vibrant design and fashion scene. How to experience the best of old and new.
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With one third of all the world's antiquities and the only seven wonder of the world remaining, Egypt is a must in a lifetime visit.
Savannah is a magical otherworld where the pace is slow, history holds sway, and you can eat and shop extraordinarily well.
Imagine a Grand Canyonesque landscape with clusters of wild, wind-sculpted rock spires and networks of mountain caves that have been converted into churches, homes and hotels, and you begin to...
A designated Unesco World Heritage site, Laos' former royal capital has stunning ancient temples.
Still considered somewhat of a traveler’s secret, Jordan is home to a number of the world’s most extraordinary historical sites, including the “Lost City” of Petra, the Roman ruins of...
The beauty of the rugged Atlantic Coast and the quaint villages, boutique hotels and lobster shacks continue to cast a powerful spell.
Known as the Blue City for its cobalt-painted facades, Jodhpur is home to maharajah palaces, gorgeous gardens and the legendary Mehrangarh Fort.
The store stocks a wide selection of China’s finest rugs, from classical designs to ethnic variations from Tibet and Xinjiang, both antique and more contemporary. Ironically, local Chinese tend to...
Yes, it old-fashioned and, yes, the service is poor and, yes, the layout of goods is last century. The main reason to go there is for a one-stop-shop look at...
Want a talking point piece to take home? Pick up a hand-woven Tibetan carpet from Torana, founded and run by a Brit. Torana has its own factory in Tibet where...
The government has decided that an area to the west of Tiananmen Square will be the new financial district. And if a Communist government decides such things, that is what...
This resembles a Chinese Conran Shop on the ground floor, but upstairs you’ll find Asianera hand-painted porcelain plates.
The painter and designer, whose colorful atelier (madelineweinrib.com) is located on the top floor of ABC Carpet & Home in New York, speaks to Indagare about her favorite parts of...
Owner Oi Ling is the third generation of the Chiang family to collect Chinese antiques: her grandfather collected fine furniture and scholar’s items. She is a renowned authority, often called...
Seref Ozen and Mustafa Gokhan Demir are two of the foremost dealers in Central Asian textiles. In their shop in the Sltan Ahmet district, you’ll find high-quality rugs and textiles...
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