The Pushpa Narsee Park (PNP) in Juhu, also known as the Cycling Park, is the only dedicated cycling space for children that I know in Mumbai. Most routes and roadways are not cycling-friendly; for children...
You think you are an outdoorsy person. You think, until you go camping. So here we are, close to dusk with a bag on our shoulders and another in hand, trudging down towards a water body and ... nothing
Every time I took the Linking Road route in Santacruz, an attractive billboard had been catching my eye and hooking me enough to take the name down to look it up online
What if you are looking for a space where your children can do all their indoor playing and get their fill of outdoor activity too?
There is a slice of Indian exotica at Chokhi Dhani, the Rajasthani make-believe village with its camel rides, earthen ware, bangle sellers, fire-eaters, an astrologer with a speaking parrot, potters, bejewelled and tattooed dancing women, and turbaned men
Before the last rains, there is one more outdoorsy place to visit with the kids. Malshej Ghat is at its picturesque best with peaks, waterfalls and clouds
Another indoor play area! And my kids actually groan. Play Around in Andheri (it has a branch in Kandivali) is the Western suburbs' answer to SoBo's Funky Monkey (which has opened an outpost at Andheri)
I've been here more than 15 years ago, way before my kids were born; and way before I used to take my two nieces out during their evening play time
Now that it is pouring, it might be a good idea to scout for indoor play spaces
Health food junkies in the Western suburbs can take heart from a new bistro and juice bar that debunks the myth that healthy food is rarely delicious
Tungareshwar is a mountain peak in Vasai, two hours from Bandra (and hour and a half from Dadar), and one of the nicer treks to do with kids because the incline is gentle and it falls under easy to medium-easy trekking trails
Tuck into a just-launched East Indian menu at The Bagel Shop as it salutes the finest culinary traditions of the community
When I stepped into My Gym, I was surprised by its size. For an indoor gym, this is the largest, one-level exercise space for kids
The queue is serpentine; the day is hot. If we hadn’t travelled such a long way, I would have turned around and left. But we stand at the counter of the Wonder Park, Nerul, and wait our turn to pay and enter.
Walk in, and you are met by a smiling team in a space made of pastel shades and cool coziness. A warm set of people will welcome you in and before you know it your child will be prepped up in a bathing towel, their feet slid into sponge-like minion slippers and a menu card shown for choice
Earlier this year, we gave you an exclusive peek into Lower Parel's Snow Rush. Our childrens' space reviewer, Vinitha Ramchandani dropped in with her kids for a test drive
From the old-school Calcutta paan to the new-age chocolate fix, a new paan parlour offers a heady after-meal experience
Hormonal disorders like Thyroid and PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) are two of the biggest health concerns for women. A fitness expert explains how to come out on top of it
Confusing your child's struggle with weight for cuteness might saddle it with disease in adult life. Here's how parents can tell the difference
A good book is one you recognise instantly. It’s alive. It grabs you from the first page and swirls you around, making you meet familiar people and showing you secrets about yourself that you may not have wanted to admit. A good book makes you feel euphoric.