We can practically hear the bar being raised sky-high for weddings everywhere. Destination weddings are expensive affairs — hey, that's the price you pay for aqua blue ocean or snow-capped mountain backdrops.
National Geographic is inviting entries to its annual travel photographer of the year award. You can find details of how to enter here and the competition closes on 27 May 2016. Here is a small selection
Architecture critic and author Mimi Zeiger grew up in Berkeley with a Bronx-raised mother who she says had no patience for driving her anywhere. So it's no surprise that her latest book, "Tiny Houses the
Hey, remember when we brought you 2016’s Sony World Photography Contest shortlist? Well, the winners of the Open and Youth categories were just announced today. And yes, the photos are gorgeous, awe-inspiring,
If Instagram existed back in the day, Pierre Koenig and Fritz Block would’ve been blowing up your feed with their architectural snapshots. Architectural photographers can make us fall in love with buildings–and
Many of the world’s most iconic metropolises are filled with towering skyscrapers and shiny glass-and-steel facades, but not all cities are gray concrete jungles. From the candy-colored buildings of Havana,
Conventional wisdom dictates that Apple and its expensive devices perform best in Western markets, where operator-subsidized contracts are commonplace and consumer spending power is greater. China aside,
Amsterdam’s first politician-of-the-night wants revellers to ‘stay classy’ and local residents to be happy. As London joins the growing band of cities imitating the idea, Jon Henley goes out on patrol
When your brain has morphed into a Pinterest-curated art gallery, and the fear of a botched bouquet haunts you in your sleep, just envision the light at the end of the tunnel—sunlight, actually—enveloping
Not only are your food and drinks already included in the price, but most adults-only versions also offer stunning settings and luxurious amenities. We teamed up with Hotels.com to find the 14 best adults-only,
Hong Kong is very different today from how it was in the 1950s and '60s. At that point in time, it was still under British rule, instead of operating under an autonomous government like it does today.