Luxurious hotel from the eponymous French crystal maker
New York City
Whatever your interest, you’ll find it in New York: kayaking on the river, helicopter rides over the Hudson, speakeasy bars, music concerts, parkland walks, food markets, jazz…the list goes on. With countless options at your fingertips, you’re bound to discover something fresh, new and exciting on every trip to the big city.
When to go:
New York is best enjoyed during spring and autumn. It gets hot and humid in the summer, while the mercury dips below zero during winter.
How to get around:
It’s easy to get around using the subway, which runs 24 hours; it costs around US$30 for an unlimited weekly pass. On street level, yellow cabs (green in the outer boroughs!) and Ubers abound; alternatively, travel by shared Citi Bike or foot and soak up the myriad sights and sounds. Manhattan’s grid system makes it a breeze to navigate.
A bright, whimsical old-school dessert parlour
Classic American along the historic Dumbo waterfront
New York's most legendary steakhouse
A wholesome pizzeria serving wood-fired pies
Intriguing Japanese and Jewish fusion cuisine
The largest museum in the United States
A quaint suburbia that homes New York's contemporary art
A haven for romantics and nature lovers
One of America's largest art constitutions dedicated to contemporary art
From immersive DJ sets to operas and even drag shows
The biggest flea market in New York
Curated stationery with a dash of style and luxury
Venture Grand Street's eccentric stores
For bookworms who can't resist both classics and contemporary titles
The ultimate shopping district in all of New York