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Business trip: Mumbai


Nearly every business trip to India involves a stop in the country’s financial, entertainment and cultural capital.
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Worldwide Weird

Tuck in at tiny hotels


Ranging from two square metres to 10, these pint-sized pieds-à-terre offer minimal space with maximum amenities.
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Daily deal: A winter escape in Cozumel


Soak in the sun at the Mayan-themed Park Royal Cozumel Hotel in Mexico ($797).
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Rediscover Los Angeles


Usually associated with Hollywood and a busy urban life, this California city offers more to see than meets the eye.
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Uganda: The pearl of Africa


With its dense, misty forests, snow-peaked mountains, glassy lakes and sprawling savannas, Uganda is a highlights reel of the African landscape.
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Mumbai’s hip and happening suburb


Bandra, a suburb in the city’s northwest, offers a mix of old and new, with Portuguese architecture, Bollywood residences, high-end restaurants and street markets.
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