Cape Town

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Beluga

Beluga is an intimate restaurant where one can indulge in fine dining, sushi and cocktails. The restaurant has attracted the likes of Bill Clinton,…

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The Old Biscuit Mill

On Saturdays, foodies and the beau monde flock to the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock – a nest of arty boutiques plus an organic…

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The Forge

The Forge is the ceramic studio of the highly-acclaimed porcelain artist Katherine Glenday whose is a prominent figure in South Africa’s art circle. In…

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Asoka

An Indian name in Cape Town, South Africa, Asoka on Kloof street is one uber cool place in the bylanes of Paris. With a…

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Aubergine

This is one of Africa’s best restaurants. It serves modern twists on Continental food in a similarly eclectic — and elegant — blend of…

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Atlantic House

Want a getaway that actually feels like a getaway? Atlantic House may be just the place for you. Lying right between Table Mountain and…

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District Six Museum

Up until the 1970s, District Six was home to almost a tenth of the city of Cape Town’s population. In 1965, the apartheid government,…

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Matte, muted and pops of color could take some traditional sensibilities by surprise, but if done tastefully, they could bring out more life to…

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Cape Town Contemporary

Cape Town overwhelms your senses, a city built around its astonishing geography — the winding roads, pastel-colored houses, highest peaks, the twelve apostles standing as guardians, the ocean stretching and curving like a necklace. You can look up and around at any moment and you are just blown over yet again.