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Conde Nast Traveller India

February - March 2019

Conde Nast Traveller is the world’s most iconic luxury travel magazine. It is the most independent and authoritative source of luxury travel and lifestyle. CNT India is created for the sophisticated Indian traveller who is looking for authentic travel experiences, discoveries and journeys.

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cntraveller.inINDIA’S MOST ROMANTIC HOTELSFANTASTIC FLOWERS AND WHERE TO SEE THEM ACROSS INDIABecause spring!11 TRAVEL IDEAS FOR THE NEXT 11 MONTHSTHE INDIA RUNNING CALENDAR20 great marathons across the countryFOLLOW US FOR MOREcntravellerindiacntindiaCNTIndiaIndiaCNTravellercntravellerindiaCondeNastTravellerIndiaPHOTOGRAPHS: AMAN DESHMUKH; ATHUL PRASAD; GETTY IMAGES ■…

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“WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST ROMANTIC DINNER EXPERIENCE?”TARUN KHIWALWho: Photographer, Cover A: “One of the sweetest nights I spent with my wife—at L’Abside, a restaurant in the enchanting Piazza dei Dogi in Amalfi. The warmth of the family who run the place, the cool breeze, the delicious food and the full-bodied red wine made sure we felt no remorse for having left our two kids back at the hotel.”@tarun_khiwalAMIT VAIDYAWho: Writer; Natural cures for your travel kit, p50 A: “There’s nothing more romantic than giving your time. My girlfriend and I would coordinate our travel schedules to have layovers that allowed us to have our dates in the terminal. Wolfgang Puck at LAX ended up being our go-to romantic dinner spot.”@live4todayamitJOANNA LOBOWho: Writer, Goa: India’s new food capital, p140 A: “It…

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editor’s letter

(PHOTOGRAPH: FARROKH CHOTHIA)This Christmas and New Year break, I stayed in Mumbai. This is not usual practice; the end of the year is when I love to travel. And though I have sometimes been in party places like Thailand and Las Vegas, I prefer being in the middle of nowhere—on safari in Tanzania or holed up in a villa in Ubud, somewhere you barely register that it’s 31 December. I always return rejuvenated, my mind calm and prepared to take on whatever the new year brings, my heart full of gratitude for the year that was.I can’t say I wasn’t nervous about my decision to stay in Mumbai—escaping during the festive season does protect you from having to make plans, count your invitations, dealing with traffic, wardrobe decisions and a…

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in conversation with arianna huffington

There’s been a major shift in luxury consumption globally, from products to experiences—accounting for a major rise in travel. How does this trend impact the Thrive philosophy? I think it makes perfect sense. As our lives become more digitised and endlessly replicable, that puts a premium on anything outside that. At Thrive Global, part of our philosophy about the future of the workplace is that the rise of AI and machine learning will put a premium on uniquely human qualities that can’t be automated. And we can see this dynamic at play in people’s lives. Experiences are unique and involve a deeply human connection that objects and things can’t provide, no matter how luxurious.What is your own travel schedule like? Seemingly endless. Thrive Global now has offices in San Francisco,…

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the winners

1 The Bombay Canteen Mumbai2 Indian Accent, The Lodhi New Delhi3 The Table Mumbai4 Bomra’s Goa5 Masque Mumbai6 Trishna Mumbai7 Wasabi By Morimoto, The Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi8 Artusi Ristorante, GK2 New Delhi9 Slink & Bardot Mumbai10 Toast & Tonic Bengaluru11 Bukhara, ITC Maurya New Delhi12 Megu, The Leela Palace New Delhi13 O Pedro Mumbai14 Bastian Mumbai15 The Black Sheep Bistro Goa16 Gunpowder Goa17 La Plage Goa18 The China Kitchen, Hyatt Regency Delhi19 Wasabi By Morimoto, The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai20 Annamaya, Andaz Delhi21 A Reverie Goa22 Yauatcha Mumbai23 Karavalli, The Gateway Hotel Bengaluru24 Olive Qutub New Delhi25 China XO, The Leela Palace Chennai26 KOKO Mumbai27 Mocambo Kolkata28 The Restaurant, The Bangala Karaikudi29 Elevar Goa30 Avartana, ITC Grand Chola Chennai31 Palácio do Deão Goa32 Delhi Club House, RK Puram…

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word of mouth

Sakoo Piek, a Thai dessert prepared by boiling pearl sago, pandan leaves and butterfly pea at Narathe Khao Phad Samunprai at Narathe butter Japanese fried blue rice at Foo.A hint of butterfly pea flower extract is added to the chocolate dessert at Seven Kitchens, The St. Regis MumbaiThe pea flower tea at The House of Tea by Foodhall, Mumbai.Bottom row from left: Poetry by Love and Cheesecake in Juhu, Mumbai has a whole beach-themed menu dedicated to the ingredient. The blue burger buns (left) and chicken roulade with blue amore tea mousse, pistachio and chicken jus (centre) at the restaurant; Tygr gives a blue makeover to its chicken dim sum (right).The broiled lobster and mushrooms with purple butterfly pea linguine doused in lobster bisque at Woodside Inn in Colaba, MumbaiBLUE…

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