Men’s health issues
Men are more prone to illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer, yet they’re less likely to see the doctor. You’d take your Ferrari for a tune-up, wouldn’t you? So, let’s give your body – the machine that’s keeping you alive – the same sort of respect. When it comes to achieving overall well-being and health, the key is to balance exercise, diet, sleep, and downtime, and stay on top of stats like blood pressure and cholesterol.
On foot in Cyprus
Cyprus has recently been making a name for itself as one of the eastern Mediterranean’s top walking destinations. Avid hiker and Cyprus admirer Brian Johnston takes to the hills.
Klaus K Hote, Helsinki
Located in Helsinki’s vibrant city centre, Klaus K is a modern design hotel with a rich history.
People everywhere are entranced by water, nowhere better harnessed than in public fountains, which might be urban monuments, a source of entertainment, or simply a delight to the eye.read more
24 hours in Shanghai
Shanghai, a gateway to China built around the Yangtze River Delta. A historical and cultural disorientation in the heart of China’s biggest city and economic epicentre. Thanks to its fascinating colonial...read more
Qatar Airways Holidays
Oryx presents its insider’s tips for places to visit in November.read more
Five city hotels your kids won’t want to leave
City breaks with kids can be lots of fun, with more and more locations offering entertaining experiences geared towards the youngest members of the family. There is also an increasing number of hotels that are so...read more
Suvi Saloniemi, chief curator of the Finnish capital’s Design Museum, enthuses over the variety of style and ambience of Korkeavuorenkatu, one of Helsinki’s most characterful streets.read more
Five minutes with Ghanim Al Sulaiti
Ghanim Al Sulaiti’s decision to go vegan three years ago led him to open Qatar’s first vegan café with Qatari wellness entrepreneur Jawahir Al Fardan. But for the 24-year-old tunnel engineer and...read more
Chef Julien Gatillon
At just 30 years of age, and only two years after gaining his first star at Le 1920, the fine-dining restaurant of the five-star hotel Le Chalet du Mont d’Arbois (Megève, France), Chef Julien Gatillon...read more
Not to be confused with secret dining clubs or supper clubs, underground restaurants make the most of below-street spaces. As cities forge ever higher, there are those who instead choose to excite diners with ever...read more