Find out why this Gujarati railway station can be found in the heart of London’s urban jungle, and why its platform is best avoided.
If these five books are anything to go by, Mumbai is an author’s dream. If you’re heading to the Maximum City anytime soon, reading these page-turners is a must.
Heed these hacks and you won’t get ripped off, suffer from Delhi belly or be confused about what time it is while you’re in India. Nor will you get eaten by an elephant.
From meticulously designed art hotels in super-cool suburbs to vintage-furniture-packed properties by the Gateway of India, these are Mumbai’s best boutique hotels.
From Oklahoma to Ayrshire, India’s best-known cities have given their names to some pretty unlikely overseas locations. Anyone for a trip to Calcutta, Ohio?
From hidden palm-fringed coves in Goa to temple-adorned sands in Tamil Nadu, these are India’s ten best beaches.
If you recognise any of these, you probably love India a little bit too much. Don't worry, camel kissing doesn't make the list. That's too far.
Our seven-step guide explains exactly how to apply for the Indian tourist visa. Be confused no more, intrepid travellers.
Sri Lanka’s place names can be a bit daunting to pronounce. Read this handy guide and ever again resort to saying “That place beginning with ‘P’”.
Reckon you know who fortified Galle? Certain about when Sri Lanka achieved independence? Well, then it's time to take our Sri Lanka quiz.
From rock stars and royalty to presidents and princesses, discover which celebrities have fallen in love with India's most iconic building.
From asking whether you’re on the right bus to complimenting someone’s cooking, these are the 20 Hindi phrases that everyone should learn.
These 21 Indian railway station names will probably bring a smile to your face. All aboard the train to Powerpet, via Manki and Nana.
First-time author Jane Gill reveals the Indian inspirations behind her poignant true-story novel, Dance with Fireflies.
South Asia cycling expert Tomas Belcik reveals why cycling is the best way to explore Bhutan. And why going up is better than coming down.