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Travel + Leisure India & South Asia January 2019

Travel + Leisure South Asia, a stylish and authoritative guide for today’s global traveler, offers stunning photography, incisive commentary, vivid narratives and practical travel information with a strong emphasis on Asia. From the best spa’s to the tastiest street food, from the most luxurious resorts to the hottest rooftop bars, from the latest restaurants to the region’s top designers, from the quietest beaches to the busiest shopping streets – Travel + Leisure South Asia delivers, month after month.

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editor’s note

A new year always brings with it a bevy of hopes, expectations, and resolutions. And 2019 is no different. For us, at Travel + Leisure India & South Asia, it is imperative that we preach and practise what stands for optimism, courage, and a brighter future. Whether it’s introducing wellness as a way of life, or travelling with a clear conscience. Our first issue of 2019 upholds the key values that we will strive towards through the year. Starting this issue, T+L India & South Asia will bring to the table a definitive guide to wellness and spas from across the globe. After all, can a holiday ever be complete without some serious R&R? Our introductory section lets you in on some of the most unique treatments you must try (p.…

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CELEB SPOTTING With an abundance of places to explore, Turkey ranks high on travel wish lists. If it isn’t on your itinerary yet, then perhaps Fatima Sana Shaikh’s recent pictures will provide the inspiration you need. travelandleisureindia.in/fatima-sana-shaikh-turkey/ EMERGING Cienfuegos in Cuba is a wholesome package with something for everyone. The French enclave is a must-visit if you want to wander off this season. Get wilfully lost in this modern, organised, spacious, but tiny city. travelandleisureindia.in/cienfuegos-cuba/ #TELLTNLINDIA A BHUTANESE BOY FONDLY LOOKS AT THE TIGER’S NEST MONASTERY, ALSO CALLED PARO TAKTSANG.WE ARE IN LOVE WITH THIS CANDID SHOT BY @SUDIPTA_SAGAR_KALITA. TO GET FEATURED HERE, TAG @TRAVELANDLEISUREINDIA ON INSTAGRAM AND USE THE HASHTAG #TELLTNLINDIA. Download Travel + Leisure India & South Asia digital editions, and follow us for the best in hotels, food, style, culture, and trends. travelandleisureindia tnlindia tnlindia traveleisurein NOTE: ALL PRICES…

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conscious travel is the way forward

With global warming effects rising at an alarming rate, it is time for us to stop, pause, introspect, and act responsibly. Bask in the joys of slow travel; say hello to local and organic supplies; and let 2019 be the year you partake in the green-travel revolution. Top 10 Indian Hotels that Drive Conservation Renewable energy sources, efficient waste management, and locally grown organic ingredients- find out the secrets behind these top green hotels of India. travelandleisureindia.in/indianhotels-conservation/ Eight Gorgeous Eco-Friendly Homestays These eco-friendly Airbnbs drive local, authentic, and sustainable living as part of promoting healthy tourism. Here’s a list of homestays for when you travel within India. travelandleisureindia.in/ecofriendly-airbnb-homes/ Luxury Stays in India that Support Green Travel Globetrotters are becoming increasingly conscious of their choices. Here are some luxury lodges down south that don’t cost the environment.…

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25 green trips for 2019

No.1 Go fly-camping in Kenya Fly camping originally involved walking safaris with minimal shelter in the form of a fly camp, which offered intermittent rest. Today, some operators have reworked the concept by adding luxuries to the camps. A boutique eco-lodge located in the wilderness of the Chyulu Hills in southern Kenya, Campi ya Kanzi is built on a 2,83,000-acre reserve, Kuku Group Ranch, that belongs to the native Maasai people. The lodge is an attempt to help the community preserve its land, and the Maasai people have been involved in every stage of the project. As part of the fly-camping experience, guests enjoy a short, scenic flight in a bush airplane, soaring over green hills, lava forests, and herds of hartebeest, to reach the fly camp in Motikanju Conservancy. During…

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t+l recommends

Portable aroma diffuser Don’t forget this cool product to enjoy some soothing fragrances on your holiday. It doesn’t use water, and is powered by a rechargeable battery; it’s cordless, and hence, easy to carry. 3,990 Foldable carry bag This case, with a panel inside, can fold up to half its size when the panel is pulled up. Small 8,990; Large 10,990 Hard carry cases This hard-shell suitcase comes with a stopper function, and the handle can be adjusted to your preferred height. From 8,990 to 69,990 Neck cushion Filled with beads that support the neck on long flights, this travel cushion has a clip and an adjustable strap that keep it in place. From 1,490 to 2,490 Explore MUJI on the MUJI passport app.…

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what to pack

WARMERS: A jacket with woollen lining, a thick muffler, sweater, a lightweight wind-cheater, merino wool long-johns, socks and gloves, a shawl, and a knitted cap are must-haves. RAIN- AND SNOW-PROOF: Rain is unpredictable in the Northeast. Don’t forget to carry a foldable umbrella, a bright-coloured reusable raincoat, snow boots, and natural rubber gumboots (say no to PVC, please!). ACCESSORIES: Do carry your anti-glare goggles, cotton scarf, earmuffs, stockings, pocket watch, passport holder, hiking pole, jute backpack, set of Swiss Army knives, multi-purpose flashlight, pocket map, a pair of Bluetooth headphones, and compass in case you’re up for a hike. GROOMING: Say a big yes to sunblock with a minimum of SPF 30. Carry a moisturiser and a chapstick. Throw in a bottle of body oil, soap strips, mild shampoo and serum, face wash,…