With prices increasing everywhere, thrift shops have become the new norm for people looking to shop on a budget. In addition to being more affordable, they are also more sustainable and…
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Globally, October has been designated as the Pink Month to raise awareness of breast cancer. To support this important campaign, we’ve put together a list of 12 pink items we love that can be found in Lebanon.
Built between 1880 and 1940, the Tabbal Building on Sursock Street has been thoughtfully transformed into a cultural hub where traditional crafts meet the richest flavors from the land. We take a tour of Beit Kanz, the latest project by Beit el Baraka, and discover its many treasures.
Rooted in heritage, the Nada Debs brand has remained loyal to its philosophy of imbuing exquisite design pieces with intricate patterns and inlays that celebrate traditional craftsmanship.
From floral scents to woody notes, we uncover some of the best local soap brands to keep things fragrant this fall.
At Lebanon Traveler, we always like to support homegrown concepts, and that goes for alcohol too. We visited The Malt Gallery and selected a few local bottles to enjoy this fall.
Let’s be honest, we love it when our friends compliment our fashion choices. So, here’s a little list of fabulous bags and purses with a Lebanese twist that’ll get you noticed for all the right reasons.
We love to keep up with fashion, especially when it gives us the chance to highlight Lebanese brands. Take a look at these beautiful kaftans and hats that will keep you cool and looking effortlessly chic whether you hit the beach or a rooftop.
Whether you’re coming home for the summer or holidaying in Lebanon for the first time, you’re bound to want to take some souvenirs away with you. Here are 10 eclectic items we encourage you to buy, so you can keep a piece of Lebanon close to your heart.