It’s that time of the year for Secret Santa, and we’re encouraging you to support local designers, producers and organizations by purchasing one of these fabulous gifts, starting at just 4 USD!
Who doesn’t love a good book, especially when it’s on Lebanese food, culture and heritage? We’ve put together some of our favorites, including some new releases, that’ll bring a touch of nostalgia to your coffee table.
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.
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.
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.
Finding a gift for your mom can be a tricky task, especially when time is of the essence. As Mother’s Day fast approaches, we’ve got a few ideas to inspire you. What’s more, they are all made in Lebanon.
Despite these extraordinarily challenging times, Lebanese NGO Beit El Baraka has remained committed to serving vulnerable Lebanese citizens, proving what can be achieved when we come together as a community and work toward positive change.
Beirut has long been known as a capital of luxury and great taste, so who better to go shopping with than public relations guru Mariana Wehbe. Sarah’s Bag This Lebanese fashion…