August 17, 2019Reduced to ruins by decades of war, the Darulaman palace in Kabul is being fully renovated. Work at the famed palace must be completed by Aug 19, the date marking 100 years of Afghan independence from Britain.
August 13, 2019When compared to the world's most-visited single-artist museums of 2018, both teamLab Borderless and teamLab Planets welcomed more visitors than the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, Spain, and the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Spain.
July 7, 2019A team of volunteers at Belfast's Ulster Museum is putting the final touches to a 90m tapestry depicting all eight seasons of the fantasy saga 'Game Of Thrones', which reached its dramatic conclusion in May.
April 4, 2019Located within one of Kuala Lumpur’s most historic areas, the National Textiles Museum along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin is hard to miss. This free-admission museum displays the origin and development of local textiles across four distinctive galleries.
March 30, 2019Greeted with hostility and derided as a Modernist affront when it was first proposed as the main entrance to Paris’ Musée du Louvre, this glass and stainless steel pyramid designed by I.M. Pei, now rivals the Eiffel Tower as one of France’s most recognisable architectural icons
February 4, 2019The famed three-Michelin-starred elBulli, which won Best Restaurant In The World for four years running, will re-open in 2020 but not as a restaurant, says its revered chef Ferran Adria.
February 2, 2019Assassinations in broad daylight. Ruthless agents plotting undercover. Bugging devices in every Western capital. Three decades after the fall of the Soviet Union, the spectre of the notorious KGB still looms large in the public imagination.
Now, a Manhattan museum offers a time-traveller's plunge into the world of the Cold War-era spy...
November 24, 2018In line with the tradition practised by navies around the world, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) had chosen KD Hang Tuah, the oldest vessel serving in its fleet to be turned into a Naval Museum.
April 1, 2018A museum dedicated to the dachshund, Germany’s short-legged, long-bodied pet dog, opens this month in Bavaria and will show more than 2,000 exhibits from dog-shaped bread to a giant golden statuette.