Dumplings, Satays & Hot Pots: Head To Hello China For A Memorable Dinner

Created by restaurateur and chefs Dominic Ho and Lawrence Lao, Hello China is your friendly Cantonese restaurant with a warm ambience, the kind that will accentuate your eating experience. Opened on Goa’s erstwhile premier party stretch, smack in the middle of Tito’s and Britto’s, this new Asian place has been a welcome both in terms…

10 HIGHLIGHTS TO MAP THE SERENDIPITY ARTS FESTIVAL 2018 – By Elvina Halli

In its third edition as Goa’s hallmark art event, Serendipity Arts Festival sets up exhibits, performances and interactive events spanning fifteen locations and seven disciplines of art – craft, music, theatre, dance, culinary arts, visual arts, and photography. Native or visitor – there are few better ways to explore Goa’s deep cultural history and evolution…

INDOOR FUN – TOP 5 ACTIVITIES FOR THIS MONSOON

Every monsoon in Goa is spectacular and each season brings its own challenges as to what to do during the rains with your friends and family.  Here are a few of our suggestions to keep you entertained.   SNOW PARK Snow sledging in your favourite vacation state! Goa is known for its nightlife and beaches,…

TOP 5 WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES – TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE!

TOP 5 WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES – TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE!   Goa is the smallest state in India, and almost 580 square kilometres of this little state is covered with lush green canopy of dense forest. The state is home to an amazing array of flora and fauna, from the beautiful Kingfishers to…

A Goan’s Timeless Tapas

Antares, Goa’s premier food and entertainment destination, in collaboration with Nolan Mascarenhas, a notable Goan food blogger recently joined hands to bring their captive audiences an immersive Goan experience like none other. Sarah Todd, curator of Antares is an impassioned chef and connoisseur who made her name on the world stage during the sixth season…

Top 5 Steaks in Goa

True love is fairly rare, not unlike a great steak! It’s no surprise that steaks have remained an irreplaceable dish in cuisine since the first men watched a woolly mammoth T-bone sizzle and pop over an open fire. Goa and its people are no strangers to steaks, as reflected in their fascinating interpretations of the…