In Barcelona’s Gothic quarter are secret spots – squares you find when you’re lost and then never again. Like the secluded Plaça Sant Felip Neri, with its weathered flagstones, which is perfect for a quick moment of romance.

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Our reader met this pretty little girl in a village called Mud in the Pin Valley, part of the #SpitiValley, which is a gorgeous, cold desert.

Mud is a quaint little village with not more than 200 inhabitants
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Chatterbox at the Mandarin Orchard Singapore debuted its famous chicken rice in 1971, and today, so many years later, this signature dish still draws discerning diners from around the world! It's a food icon!

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Visiting #Bali, #Indonesia?

Taman Nasional Bali Barat offers vast acres of protected forest, coastal mangroves and a spectacular 70sqkm of coral reefs.

Pick your way over coral-littered beaches to snorkel and dive in these blue waters looking for eerily beautiful giant gorgonian fans, and spend a couple of sweaty hours kayaking and learning about the uniquely symbiotic...
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If you find yourself in the British capital before May 21, catch the The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection. The music legend's loaned a whopping 150 artworks from his personal collections to the Tate Modern for a six-month exhibition

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Fort Kochi is a delightful getaway option – even if you’re broke. Walk through one of India’s oldest Jewish quarters, Mattancherry, get your dose of history at the Dutch cemetery and the Maritime Museum, and at sunset, make your way to the beach with its iconic giant Chinese fishing nets.

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Satay sticks, wholesome beefy and artisanal Thai food – Bangkok's calling! Go on food tours, visit local restaurants for authentic Thai cuisine, or dabble in the new wave of Thai cooking. We tell you where to go in our March issue.
Dominica is dubbed the ‘nature island’ of the Caribbean, known for its
Boiling Lake, bubbling Champagne Reef and thick rainforests

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This delicate gelatinous cake stuffed with crushed peanuts is called Angku Kueh (meaning red tortoise).

It's usually given to families once their baby turns a month old. Discover age-old traditions in the heart of the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood.

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Adventure-seekers will love the Karoo, an ochre semi-desert, which showcases the other side of #SouthAfrica. Experience this once-in-a-lifetime journey: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Fly in a vintage icon in Barcelona! The bright red L'Avio is a replica of the plane that first flew from Barcelona to Madrid in 1927. For more fun things to do in the Spanish city, pick up a copy of our March issue!

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#TelAviv, Israel, owes UNESCO World Heritage status and White City moniker to its 1930s Bauhaus architecture

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Fashion photographer Ella Nash captured this magical moment at sunrise in Búðir, Iceland. To have your travel photographs featured in our magazine, email them to lpmagazine@wwm.co.in!
Koh Tao in Thailand is considered on of the best places in the world to learn scuba diving. While you can dive almost all year round, the waters are clearest between July and September. Plan your trip now – details in our March issue!

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#Gujarat’s Rann of Kutch is home to the endangered wild ass, the last of their kind in the world

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For a bird’s-eye view of Singapore, head to the 1-Altitude night club.

This is what the Lion City looks like at night from the 64th floor!

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Photo: Nolan Mascarenhas
With over two million objets d’art spread across 17 acres of galleries, #TheMet in #NewYork has one of the largest art collections in the world. What’s more, The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently announced that it’s classifying 3,75,000 images of public domain works from its collection under the Creative Commons (CCO) dedication. Called the Open Access Initiative, it will allow anyone...
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Sushmitha Reddy’s photograph of the Pushkar Mela in Rajasthan was featured in the Postcards section of our March issue. Email your travel photos to lpmagazine@wwm.co.in!
Zanzibar is beach-bum's paradise – and it's super affordable. Just imagine waking up to views like this one!

We’ve got a smashing list on where to go when you think you’re too broke to travel in our March issue. It’s bound to find place in your cut-and-keep folder! Get your copy now.

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West Japan Railways launched the Twilight Express Mizukaze, a luxurious 10-coach train hotel that will roll past the country's scenic Sanyo and Sanin regions in #Japan.

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