5 Things to Do in Frankfurt Between Meetings

18 Apr, 2019Looming over the banks of the River Main, Frankfurt was once a key stronghold of the Holy Roman Empire. Today it exists as one of the financial centres of the world, with a major airport, internationally renowned institutions (Goethe University), concert halls (Alte Oper), book and motor fairs, sleepy botanical gardens and a grand landscape of museums centred around the Museumsufer. Escape your meetings and drift into rivers of business tourists as they spill out from the high-powered Bankenviertel district (Germany’s answer to Manhattan, with ten of the country’s tallest skyscrapers) in search of traditional German experiences, foraging for churches, cobbled food districts, taverns stocking sweet Apfelwein and bustling trade fairs. Here’s our pick of five things to do in Frankfurt between meetings:

Where to impress clients in Nanjing

03 Apr, 2019Follow the broad arm of the Yangtze as it winds inland from Shanghai and after 300km you’ll arrive in Nanjing – a city crowded with old monuments and landmarks, tree-lined avenues, museums, cafés and Republican-era buildings. Arriving in a new city, it’s natural to feel a little rushed off your feet. There’s so much to see. So many boxes to tick – local delicacies to sample, places to get lost. But like many Chinese cities first impressions count and knowing your towers from your temples and where to enjoy a traditional tea ceremony could make all the difference. Here’s our selection of where you will want to impress clients in Nanjing:

A Guide to Ultimate Detox

10 Mar, 2019Sitting on Kuwait’s idyllic southern coast, the Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa is an ode to idyllic relaxation. Its 3,500 square-metre Talise spa specialises in a multitude of therapeutic styles, most tantalising among them the traditional technique of hydrotherapy. We know how vital a thorough detox is to stress-free travel, and so we chatted to our senior therapists at Messilah Beach to create a guide to the ultimate detox.

Six Things to See and Do Along the Shanghai Bund

10 Jan, 2019A grand promenade running alongside Shanghai’s Huangpu River, the Bund offers the most photogenic views of the city.

From Formula 1 to Ferrari: A Motorsports Guide to Bahrain

02 Jan, 2019There’s plenty to entertain during a visit to Bahrain: camel safaris, exquisite mosques, fragrant spice souks, spectacular landscapes. But for those with a fondness for the hot smell of burning rubber, the scream of tyres on tarmac and the full throttle of a 1,500-horsepower engine, Bahrain never disappoints. Home to the Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix, it’s a haven for petrol heads who know a 718 from a 911 and a Chiron from a Veyron. Here are all the ways in which Bahrain is the top destination for car enthusiasts.

24 Hours in Dubai

31 Dec, 2018Dubai is one of the world’s most exciting cities, from its world-class contemporary architecture, cultural institutions, galleries, malls and restaurants to its verdant parks, pristine beaches and adventure sports. If you only have one day to spare, or are on a stopover, here’s how to spend 24 hours in Dubai.

Everything You Need to Know About Expo 2020 Dubai

20 Dec, 2018For six months, between 20th October 2020 and 10th April 2021, Dubai will host Expo 2020. The World Expo is expected to attract 25 million visitors, with 70 per cent of those visitors coming from outside the UAE. Here, we reveal everything you need to know about Expo 2020 Dubai.

Shanghai’s Most Beautiful Buildings

16 Dec, 2018Shanghai is home to some of the most extraordinarily buildings in China. With a rich architectural heritage that encompasses everything from ancient Buddhist temples and 19th-century colonial structures through to cutting-edge contemporary skyscrapers, all reflect the cultural shifts at the core of the metropolis’ textured history. Here are some of Shanghai’s most beautiful buildings.

On Business in Dubai: Where to Impress Clients

10 Dec, 2018Whether you’re looking to strengthen an existing business relationship or make a strong impression on a potential client, there is no better city to do it in than Dubai. Over the past 20 years, Dubai has become a cutting-edge example of what a modern metropolis can be, home to marvels of contemporary architecture, such as Burj Khalifa, a flourishing food scene offering both homegrown dining concepts and major international brands, iconic luxury hotels, such as Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the best shopping in the Middle East and an ever-expanding cultural offering that is the envy of the region. When on business in Dubai, the only challenge will be deciding where will make the biggest impact.

The Ultimate Wellness Guide to Dubai

06 Dec, 2018It’s easy to balance mind, body and spirit in Dubai. From regal spas and invigorating workout classes to delicious, raw food restaurants, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to encouraging health and harmony. Our wellness guide to Dubai points you to the Emirate city’s healthy hotspots, which are sure to inspire conscious living.

A Guide to Wellness in Mallorca

06 Dec, 2018A deep sense of wellbeing infuses the island of Mallorca. Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s soaked in sunshine for most of the year. Or it could be the pervading fragrances of wild rosemary and citrus, which are commonly used in aromatherapy treatments to refresh and rejuvenate. But more likely, it’s Mallorca’s pristine landscapes and oceanic panoramas that uphold the island’s palpable sense of peace. Complementing its relaxing surrounds, Mallorca’ wellness scene is blossoming. From state-of-the-art yoga studios to organic juice bars and sumptuous spas, follow our guide to Mallorca’s wellness hotspots for a truly relaxing break.

24 Hours in London

06 Dec, 2018It was Samuel Johnson who famously commented that when you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life—and many would agree. The English capital is a vibrant hub of history, commerce and culture. It’s home to the historic and the contemporary, the quaint pub and the opulent palace, the Michelin-starred restaurant and the humble centuries-old café. Those with just 24 hours in London ought to spend it wisely, so allow our whistle-stop tour to introduce the capital’s unmissable sights.


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