28 April - 4 May 2017 #856

Go green

Business class passengers on Turkish Airlines now get to fly in a ‘Living Garden’, featuring products by Molton Brown. With the concept, the brand’s cosmetics, including hand lotion, hand soap and room freshener, are presented on specially designed wooden stands and business class lavatories are adorned with flowers and plants.

All about art

Standard Chartered Bank’s Lajimpat branch is hosting a collection of Nepali bank notes printed by De La Rue along with historic botanical paintings of Nepal created using the research of Sir Frances Hamilton, renowned historian and botanist. This exhibition is part of a celebration of 200 years of Nepal-Britain relations called the Nepal Britain Bicentenary Exhibition (BIEX) which is being held at Nepal Art Council until 30 April.

Luxury flies high

Qatar Airways has unveiled its Qsuite in the Middle East, enabling passengers to enjoy First Class features within the airline’s Business Class cabin.It features the industry’s first-ever double bed in Business Class, with privacy panels that stow away. London, Paris and New York will be the first destinations to feature the service.

Selfie sufficient

Chinese electronics manufacturer OPPO will be launching its new dual selfie camera smartphone, OPPO F3 soon. The phone will feature a high performance hardware and an optimised software according to the company.