Without toys and largely unsupervised, children climb and cook and howl like wolves in the wilderness.
The country’s Chettinad region is full of architectural relics in various states of decaying opulence. For some inhabitants, the extravagance goes on; for others, it is a memory slipping away.
What used to be a Victorian fad — collecting it became a craze for genteel women (including the queen) — is now big business.
After months of restoration, the former office of a railroad magnate is reopening with three bars, reservations and a more relaxed feel.
The legendary filmmaker William Friedkin recalls his obsession with “In Search of Lost Time,” and his attempt to see the novel in real life.
Hotel developers are capitalizing on Sri Lanka’s beaches and jungles. Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle, one of the first, has amenities to spare.
Just beneath the surface of this postindustrial city is a booming cultural capital, steeped in its own history and with a mysterious dark side.
Few cities are showing as much change as this one, with chefs seeking out cheaper neighborhoods and forging new blends of immigrant cuisines.
Villas at the just opened Hoshinoya Bali are connected by a winding network of waterways.
Lauren Elkin, who in her new book reclaims the concept of the flâneur for women, shares her favorite strolls in her hometown.