About four years ago I glanced at a picture of a beautiful floral design at Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris. It wasn’t the usual floral decoration at a luxury hotel but there was something particularly unusual about the designer. … Continue reading In Conversation with Jeff Leatham
Back in the 70s air travel was the newest and most luxurious mode of travel, something only the fortunate few could enjoy. In less than 35 years that mode of transport has become the busiest, stressful but unavoidable mode to … Continue reading Marriage of Art + Airports
Millennials! We grew up with every technology of the 20th century and were the first to try our hand with its new update. We have simply been there and done that but stay hungry for more. Our generation is spoilt … Continue reading Museums For Millennials
While writing on destinations who have brought their ‘A game’ to mixed realities marketing, I stumbled upon some airlines who have taken flight in the uncharted skies quite figuratively. Airlines like tourism boards have one objective in driving their marketing … Continue reading AR / VR : Which Airline Brings Its ‘A’ Game?
Ever since I had seen the movie Minority Report over a decade ago, I have been eager to see for myself how does the world incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality to sell us products or show us the next … Continue reading AR / VR : Which Destination Brings Its ‘A’ Game?
Disruptive Travel. The two buzzwords since 2014 that have been thrown around among the jet-setting circles.The upper echelons of travellers show off the travel apps that adorn their smartphone than their destinations. What app you use is key to how … Continue reading Best Luxury Travel Apps
What is the one thing Asia is known for around the world ? Food. Indian, Chinese and Thai cuisine have been invading the dinner tables for decades and take top spots of the most popular cuisines according to Google Trends. … Continue reading Top Destinations in Asia for Food Shopping
Well into the 21st century we have evolved into technologically dependent beings that can tackle little less than math at this point (all thanks to our dearest smart phone). But when you think how we got here, inevitably the roadmap … Continue reading Beijing : Exploring the Imperial City
In 2014 travel industry analysts invented a word for the urban dictionary – Bleisure. It was reported then that the world of travel was seeing a trend on the horizon of business travellers doing the unthinkable, mixing business with leisure … Continue reading Bleisure In Shanghai