Where to stay in Paris: Shangri-La

It's a fairly new hotel, but housed in a historical mansion—the old home of Napoleon's grandnephew, in fact. Come here for old-world luxury. Read more

Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life

She is the eye behind some of the world's most controversial photos. An exhibition of her work dating from 1990 to 2005 begins on April 18 at Singapore's ArtScience Museum. Read more

The science and sentiment of division

Esquire takes a closer look at the mathematical, emotional and ethical considerations of bisecting a human body and what life is like after separation. Read more

10 essential apps for your travels

No more unwieldy guidebooks and scraps of notes and leaking pen to contend with. In this digital age, it's all about apps—even when you're travelling. Read more

Welcome to the pleasure domes

“Breast is best”—but how should you handle those puppies without leaving her howling in pain or, worse, laughter? Read more

Nigel Hurst: "Go with your instincts and use your eyes"

The Prudential Malaysian Eye exhibition is taking up residence in KL this month. The Saatchi Gallery CEO, who had a hand in its curation, tells us why it's important. Read more

Keep Walking with Chef Nigel Richter

We talk to the man known as the chef of Dining in the Dark about the spirit of “Keep Walking” and how to pair food with your chosen whisky. Read more

A portrait of the writer as a young underachiever

As the only son of dysfunctional, demanding Russian-Jewish parents, Gary Shteyngart has always written for love. This time, he steps out of the cover of his semi-autobiographical novels and comes clean. Read more