You’re Doing Dubai Wrong. Here’s How You Experience It

There's so much more to this incredible city than meets the eye. Trust us, your wallet will thank you.

When you think of Dubai, you think of huge architectural wonders, glamorous over-the-top shopping excursions, and larger-than-life attractions. But there is so much more that this almost 200-year old city has to offer. From exciting art events to shopping that won’t make your credit card cringe to unique, only-in-Dubai experiences, this hyper-modern city has a little something for everyone.

This Is What Travel Privilege Really Looks Like

Nick is a White man with an American passport and Global Entry status. Fatemeh is originally from Iran but now lives in Mexico City, where she has dual citizenship. How different can travel be for Nick and Fatemeh? The answer is: very different.

What’s ‘Priest Strangler’? Or ‘Camel Spit’? The 15 Most Bizarrely Named Foods in the World

Don’t skip on Thailand’s “Son-in-Law Eggs” or Italy’s “Assassin Spaghetti.”

From “priest strangler pasta” to “camel spit,” some foods have names that are violent, irreverent, inspired by body parts or animals, or just plain peculiar. Unsurprisingly, the origin stories of these funky food names are just as colorful. Read on for our list of the world’s most weirdly-named foods.

Read This Before Your Next Food Tour

Sitting on the deck of the 500Rai Farmhouse, dinner is served. No menus are present and the food is cooked up from whatever ingredients the cook was able to procure, the family-style meal is a Thai delight and as authentic as they come. But, not all food tourism experiences are as easy as just being … Continued

10 Native and Indigenous Restaurants to Dine at Across the United States

Meet the chefs who are honoring Indigenous and Native American culture in creative and delicious ways.

From cafés nestled inside universities and museums, such as the Smithsonian, to stand-alone concepts and restaurants—a growing number of Native American and Indigenous chefs are bringing ancient ingredients to modern cuisine. This innovation is supported by non-profit organizations like Wild Bearies and I-Collective, which help establish mentorship programs for chefs and encourage the use of traditional ingredients in Native American and Indigenous communities. “I like to think of food as a vessel that can transport you in time and space,” explains Elena Terry, who is the Executive Chef and Founder of Wild Bearies. From casual to fine dining, here are ten restaurants where Native American and Indigenous chefs are creating menus that pay homage to their ancestral roots.