Below Chambers Street, at Manhattan’s tip, financial powerhouses are making way for techies, creatives, families and a new night-time economy. This is the rebirth of Downtown New York.
19th-century abode The Beekman transports guests back to old New York – ambience included
A seaside resort in central Dubai celebrates five months of transformation
Stay a while in the UAE, among the rainforests, archipelagos and theme parks that are redefining the emirates
Very, truly Japan
German's financial powerhouse is much more than a corporate centre
Events to put in your diary this October
“I have on hand a great project for the World’s Fair in Chicago,” wrote a young man named George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. “I am going to build a vertically revolving wheel 250 foot in dia [diameter].” The year was 1892, and the proposed creation was what is now, of course, known as the Ferris Wheel. It seemed a task of overwhelming impossibility, with blueprints depicting a mammoth central axle and arms that could stand the weight of railway-car-sized gondolas, as well as the bracing winds of Chicago. And it was not the only problem paining Chicago’s World Fair....
Emirates on October 1 launched its nonstop daily service from Dubai to Edinburgh. Here's what to expect out of this medieval haven
Filming Mowgli in Durban gave Serkis a newfound appreciation for the “Indian City”