Who doesn’t love mountains? The full archive of the epic #TravelIST Twitter chat of July 9, 2015
If you’re thinking of a road trip along the ECR, make sure your stay complements your experiences. These heritage hotels will make all the difference
The story goes that the secret of Barossa’s Whispering Wall was whispered quite by accident quite near the end of its construction in 1902.
Oman does not have a lot of large charismatic wildlife but some of the small creatures, almost trampled underfoot, are spectacular. Like this stunning Sinai Agama
Food – there’s plenty to tantalise the senses at Adelaide’s Central Markets. Here’s an appetiser!
To go snorkelling or SCUBA diving – that is the question. This infographic by Raffles Praslin helps you make up your mind before you take the plunge
Museum hopping may not be your first choice for a Saturday afternoon’s outing. But if old biscuit tins get you to tear up with nostalgia, a visit to this unusual museum in suburban Bangalore is well worth your time. And, yes, your grandma will love it
Travellers hurrying from Bangalore to Pondicherry seldom make a stop at Gingee, just before Tiruvannamalai. The highway cuts right through the fort’s walls. This is all that the passer-by sees of this magnificent fort, and that’s a shame.
Ramanagara to most is where Sholay was filmed, er, immortalised. But that’s the part I like to give a miss. There’s more, and it’s awesome
#TravelIST, the Twitter Travel Chat that Ankita and I founded last year, turns ONE! We celebrate with anniversary surprises for the best tweet and more! Talk to the hashtag!