Arundeep Singla, the 34-year-old founder of India’s largest network of brewpubs, The Brew Estate, was inspired by Australia’s craft beer culture. Acting on the shift in India’s market, he’s brought the concept home, breaking through India’s traditional beer sector.
A city of many name changes, St Petersburg is a place of bloodshed and beauty, steeped in history and change. Often seen as the cultural capital of Russia, the imperial city offers travellers a glimpse into the past, with an array of fine dining, grandiose architecture and specialty coffee to be found within its cobbled streets and canal-side passageways.
Ground has yet to be broken on a new development on the Red Sea coast, but that hasn’t stopped AMAALA already being dubbed the Riviera of the Middle East.
Another six hotels are being built in the States with a seventh planned in Edinburgh, Scotland.
New York City has long been a hotspot for Australian travellers. However, beyond the city fray is Upstate New York: a veritable playground of farm-to-table dining, world-class spas and locally produced food and wine experiences.
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By taking advantage of changing travel trends among millennials and gen Zers, these five Indian startups are creating a name for themselves.