Thinking about travelling with the family? Consider Singapore. Make the most of Sentosa, get close to animals and birds at Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park, and marvel at the futuristic Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay. Singapore also happens to be the winner of on our LPMI Travel Awards! Read more in our May issue: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: Jyothy Karat
Thinking about travelling with the family Consider Singapore Make the most of
Go diving or snorkelling in Australia's Great Barrier Reef, and get up close with fascinating marine life. You could also peek at the reef from the skies with a helicopter ride or learn about the underwater creatures with a tour on a glass-bottomed boat. Details in our May 2017 issue!

Photo: Vaibhav Mehta
Go diving or snorkelling in Australias Great Barrier Reef and get up
Saunter past row upon row of brightly coloured buildings in #Copenhagen's Nyhavn, a harbour jazzy enough to rival the canals of Amsterdam, and also a great spot to catch the midnight sun if you're visiting in the summer

Photograph: Sean Pavone/ 123rf
Saunter past row upon row of brightly coloured buildings in Copenhagens Nyhavn
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12-year-old Sophie Sinnott took this stunning photo of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Canada. To send us your favourite travel photos, email lpmagazine@wwm.co.in!
12yearold Sophie Sinnott took this stunning photo of the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Pelicans are older than you thought – fossils of the bird date back to almost 40 million years ago. Kokkrebellur, a small village in Maddur taluk of Mandya district about 80km from #Bangalore, is home to these beauties.

Reader sourced photograph by Gayatri Manu
Pelicans are older than you thought fossils of the bird date back
Uttarakhand's Jim Corbett National Park promises sightings of a lifetime. Even if you don't see a tiger, you could see a pair of crested serpent eagles mating (as pictured here), rhesus monkeys, and pythons. Make your trip happen with our May 2017 issue!

Photo: Hashim Badani
Uttarakhands Jim Corbett National Park promises sightings of a lifetime Even if
Spot monitor lizards, rose-ringed parakeets, langurs, wild dogs, and so much more, when you visit Madhya Pradesh's Pench National Park. And, if you stay at Pench Tree Lodge, you'll stay in a treehouse made of sal wood, 18ft above the ground! Pick up our May 2017 issue for details.

Photo: Himanshu Pandya
Spot monitor lizards roseringed parakeets langurs wild dogs and so much more
While Mt Everest’s summit is the highest point on Earth, the planet’s tallest mountain is technically Mauna Kea in #Hawaii, over 4,000ft higher than the Himalayan giant. Except most of the mountains sit below the Pacific Ocean, with only a little more than a modest 13,000ft sticking out!

Photograph: Alexey Kamenskiy/ 123rf
While Mt Everests summit is the highest point on Earth the planets
Don't miss the premier of #Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 tonight, exclusively on Discovery HD at 8 PM!
Don't miss the premier of #Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 tonight, exclusively on Discovery Turbo at 7 PM!
Don't miss the premier of #Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 tonight, exclusively on Discovery SD at 7:30 PM!
Less than two hours to go! Don't miss the premier of #Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 exclusively on the Discovery Network.
Don't miss the premier of #Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 today exclusively on the Discovery Network.
Dont miss the premier of Nexa Journeys Asian Highway 1 today exclusively
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Fulong, on the north-east coast of #Taiwan, hosts the annual Fulong International Sand Sculpture Festival. The ongoing event features some mind-blowing sand art by skilled sand sculptors. Catch the festival until July 9, 2017
Fulong on the northeast coast of Taiwan hosts the annual Fulong International
Whenever a predator is near, a herd of kiang (Tibetan wild ass) will form a circle, put their heads down and begin kicking violently, forming an impenetrable fortress. Our reader spotted this herd in Tso Kar in #Ladakh

Reader sourced photograph by Amartya Mukherjee
Whenever a predator is near a herd of kiang Tibetan wild ass
Go stand-up paddleboarding (and snorkelling, and kite-surfing) in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, a few hours south of Chennai. The best part? There are favourable conditions all year round. Details in our May 2017 issue!

Photo: Sameer Mangtani
Go standup paddleboarding and snorkelling and kitesurfing in Rameswaram Tamil Nadu a
Our May 2017 issue is dedicated to YOUR favourite destinations. See which places have won the Lonely Planet Magazine India Travel Awards this year! Don't forget to get your copy.

Photo: Vaibhav Mehta
Our May 2017 issue is dedicated to YOUR favourite destinations See which
For some vintage glam, drop by at Les Parisiennes a quaint concept store tucked away in #NewDelhi’s Shahpur Jat area

Photograph: Krishna Angira
For some vintage glam drop by at Les Parisiennes a quaint concept