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Welcome to a world of travel, entertainment and culture, curated from a global collective of writers, photojournalists and artists. Each article of our award-winning magazine is sure to inspire, no matter which of our destinations you call home.

July 2015

Cape Town - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Maryke Josling

Maryke Josling, chef and owner of The Little Pink Chef, reveals her favourite places to eat in Cape Town. She recommends Le Venue, The Wharfside Grill and Pierneef à la Motte


Lunch with Leo Green, Little Italy, London

He’s played saxophone for Jerry Lee Lewis, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton and more, but don’t ask him how it all happened, he’s not quite sure.

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Archer Hotel, New York

In a city that’s constantly evolving, Manhattan’s Garment District is suddenly in vogue. Archer Hotel, located amongst Midtown’s trimming stores and bead shops, opened in May 2014 to become one of the area’s trendiest addresses.


Jordaan, Amsterdaam

Arguably the most beautiful neighbourhood in Amsterdam, Jordaan manages to be both achingly cool and picture postcard pretty. It has wide leafy boulevards that are perfect for casual strolls, canal side terraces that are made for coffee drinking and people watching.


The Impossible Dream, Disneyland, Los Angeles

Disneyland turns 60 this month, on July 17 to be exact – a remarkable achievement considering most people thought the park wouldn’t even last a year.


WilliamVintage, London

In a remarkably short space of time the WilliamVintage brand has evolved from one off pop-up shop to fashion phenomenon. Indeed founder William Banks-Blaney is now known as the King of Vintage and has been appointed Global Style Ambassador for American Express and Fashion Patron of Oxfam.


Hotel La Cour des Augustins, Geneva

Tucked into a quiet back street of Geneva’s Latin Quarter, La Cour des Augustins is an urban hideaway in an utterly stunning city. The building has a beautiful 19th century facade, allowing it to blend with ease into its surroundings.


Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes

Every hotel has a story to tell, but few tales are as impressive as that of Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Built in 1869 and named Villa Soleil, it was intended as a haven for writers starved of inspiration. By 1887 it had adopted its current name and was set to become the hotel that turned the French Riviera into a summertime destination.


A4 Space and Café, Dubai

Dubai’s dusty industrial area is an unusual place to discover a communal hub dedicated to fostering the local creative community, but Al Quoz is fast-emerging as the city’s newest arts district and A4 Space workspace and café rests at its heart.

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Al Mallah, Dubai

Down in Dubai’s old garment district of Satwa, you’ll find that one of the city’s oldest restaurants is still also a favourite. Al Mallah in Dubai’s old garment district of Satwa has been serving some of the city’s favourite Arabic food for almost three decades.

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The Five Foot Way, Singapore

Many Singaporean entrepreneurs are turning their backs on the high-rise glitz and glamour of the business district and returning to their downtown roots, where a revival of the nation’s colourful architectural heritage is taking place...