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Where the wild things are in Taiwan

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The Matsu islets, the republic’s newest tourist attraction, have been preserved by now lifted military restrictions.
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India’s indie music scene

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Mumbai is laying claim to a growing independent music scene; a welcome alternative to the high-end, dress-to-impress scene that is typical of the city’s glitzy cocktail bars.
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Business Trip

Business trip: Mumbai

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Nearly every business trip to India involves a stop in the country’s financial, entertainment and cultural capital.
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Mumbai’s hip and happening suburb

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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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Riding the rails like a Mumbaiker

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The train in India’s most populated city is one of the few places where you can participate in a truly local ritual; everyone is just a passenger.
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Mumbai’s most impressive architecture

The energy, exuberance and diversity of this Indian city is perfectly reflected in its many building styles.


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