Money Today Archive March 4, 2012 Issue

Edition: March 4, 2012

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Prachi Bhuchar

Mandarin Oriental

By the river

It has been the toast of Bangkok for over 135 years. Prachi Bhuchar checks into the refurbished Mandarin Oriental, on the banks of the Chao Phraya river.
  • Two for one India's cities are cramped and low on lifestyle quotient. That's why many families now want a second home, away from the crowd, where they enjoy all the luxuries their main residence cannot deliver.
  • Michael Perschke favourite stuff Michael Perschke, Managing Director, Audi, India favourite stuff
  • Resturant reviews An expansive facade, exhaustive menu and exquisite rendition makes Yauatcha's tale a worthy one. Experience a healthy take on authentic Indian food at Durbari Wholesomely Indian.
  • Super car Sundays Mumbaikars thronged Mahalaxmi racecourse and the city's streets this January to catch a glimpse of the world's fastest, most powerful machines at the Parx Super Car Show.
  • World's iconic public transports Whether it's a speedboat slicing through Venice's Canal Grande or the noisy rattle of a ride in a south-east Asian tuk tuk, these iconic modes of public transport are the essence of their cities.
  • Train journeys back in vogue Stretch out in comfort, rake in five-star service, and get a larger-than-life glimpse of the world outside your window. We give you six luxurious reasons to trade that air ticket for a train.
  • Products that can drive you crazy The LG 55 INCH OLED TV uses an Organic Light Emitting Diode display, which the firm says will deliver more natural colour, better viewing angles and richer black levels.
  • Places to travel across the world This year's World Travel Awards are testimony to the shift in global attention towards Asia. Entries from the continent swept the accolades.
  • Hybrid cars promise a cleaner future Electric cars have long held hope for a pollution-free ride. A bunch of machines that featured at the Delhi Auto Expo keep that promise alive.
  • The do it yourself guide Michael McSorley of the Hyatt Regency, New Delhi, brings the Indian kitchen alive through his inventive cocktails.
  • Greater Noida's Jaypee Resort woos India Inc It is unprecedented, offers abundant opportunities, and embodies futuristic urban planning, a phenomenon still uncommon in India.
  • Immune system needs holistic attention You can't boost your immunity by popping a few pills. The immune system is complex and needs holistic attention.
  • Racing tidbits from around the world A round-up of the most phenomenal car and motorbike races from across the globe.
  • Explore Milan in 48 hours Lose yourself in a city where bold fashion co-exists with gothic churches and classic renaissance art. Here's the guide to make the most of Lombardy's cosmo capital.
  • Cars of the future He has spent a lifetime racing and reviewing vehicles and is widely considered one of the auto world's most knowledgable men. Tiff Needell does some crystal ball gazing.
  • Why a holiday home is a must There are many good reasons to invest in a holiday home. If nothing else, it gives you a refuge to escape from the rat race.
  • Good health delivered in a box The dabbawala may still be Mumbai's most reliable food delivery service but if you're looking for health and variety, check out what these entrepreneurs have to offer.
  • The story of vintage bikes The past, present and future of India's relationship with the world's most inspiring motorbikes.

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