Delighted to announce that my new book. The Milk Lady of Bangalore: an Unexpected Adventure Will be out on January 23 2018 in the US. Published by the fantastic Algonquin Books. Look at the cool GIF they did for the book.Read More
Sandhotel is situated in the heart of Reykjavik’s hip shopping street, Laugavegur, and is bordered by Iceland’s oldest gentleman’s tailor and a cult bakery. Warm staff and thoughtful touches including a mobile phone, and chic comfortable rooms with locally sourced organic toiletries, make it a great place to stay.Read More
The 39-year-old chef’s Bangkok restaurant Gaggan, which claimed the top spot in the list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for the third time in a row, is all set to close in 2020.
Shoba Narayan brings to you a taste of his new avatarRead More
In India, every community offers their own style of covetable bangles, earrings, necklaces and ankletsRead More
A Quest to Master the Art of Henna.
Shoba Narayan sets out to hone her mehendi craft
Casting aside the yoga of her youth, Shoba Narayan turns to China’s martial arts to tame her wild emotions and get six-pack abs in the bargain.Read More
What woman can’t use some lessons in feminine allure? Shoba Narayan travels to Kyoto to pick up some tips from the mastersthe city’s renowned geishas. Trust usthere’s much more to Japan’s most enduring icons than white face-paint and a bee-stung poutRead More
It’s nothing if not a city of contrasts. It’s ancient and modern, dirt poor and filthy rich
Shoba Narayan captures its contrasts
Once a hippie haven where even India’s tightly chaperoned teens could turn on, tune in, and drop out, Goa has lately gone upscale. Shoba Narayan returns to a scene from her youth and finds that Goa (like the author herself) has only gotten better with ageRead More
A river runs through them, yes, but that’s not all that connects the former French colonies of Cambodia and Laos. Shoba Narayan plies Southeast Asia’s new tourist axisRead More