Best Beaches to Visit Instead of Maya Bay

by Travelbag on 15 October 2018, 16:10PM Best Beaches to Visit Instead of Maya Bay With its white sands, clear seas and green-clad cliffs, it’s easy to see how Maya Bay became Thailand’s poster child. The Koh Phi Phi islands’ bay shot to fame when it starred as the dreamy backdrop of The Beach in 2000. But Maya Bay’s must-see status proved to be both a blessing and a curse, as this once-pristine cove attracted millions of visitors. Sadly, the island’s popularity has taken its toll on the beaches and surrounding coral. So, to protect the area, Thai authorities have closed Maya Bay indefinitely. With the absence of people and a little help from Mother Nature, hopefully this pretty beach can soon return to its former glory. So, if Maya Bay was on your bucket list, you may need to wait a while – but don’t panic. We’ve rounde...
Top 5 Things to do in Doha

Top 5 Things to do in Doha

The capital of Qatar is as lavish as you’d expect it to be – but you might be pleasantly surprised by just how much culture and colour there is. From its scented souks to its glittering marinas, Doha is a fascinating mixture of traditional tastes and modern styles. Where else could you find such a range of old-meets-new architecture, beautiful museums and delicious dining? There&rsqu...
by Travelbag on 15 October 2018, 15:10PM



Top 5 Places to Stay in the Indian Ocean

Top 5 Places to Stay in the Indian Ocean

Daydreaming about holidays again? We're here to help. We've rounded up the top 5 places to stay in Asia and the Indian Ocean to inspire your next luxury getaway. These water-facing hotels are the creme de la creme. We’re talking rooftop pools overlooking happening metropolises, and fancy resorts surrounded by national parks and rugged waves. These top-notch hotels come equipped w...
by Travelbag on 24 July 2018, 15:07PM



Dubai Family Holidays: What to do & Where to Stay

Dubai Family Holidays: What to do & Where to Stay

Dubai is still treated as the new kid on the block – name callers say its 'soulless' and 'has no culture'. It has sort of sprung up in the desert overnight – but Dubai holidays aren’t so much about history and culture. Its positioned itself well as not only an international flight hub but as a family holiday destination in its own right. Its theme and water park portfolio has g...
by Travelbag on 28 June 2018, 12:06PM



What is the food like in Thailand?

What is the food like in Thailand?

In a word, Thai food is delicious. Its are revered in the west by ex-backpackers, health gurus and everyone in bewteeen. Back home, you might've tried dishes like pad thai and red curry and thought they were pretty tasty. But the flavours and variety in Thailand are something else. The first thing to know about Thai food is that it's incredibly cheap. If you buy streetfood for lucnh or dinner, it...
by Travelbag on 29 May 2018, 16:05PM



Animals to see in Botswana

Animals to see in Botswana

Holidays to Botswana are all about the wildlife. And what better way to see them than on a safari? The 'big five' – buffalo, elephant, lion, rhino and leopard – are all here, alongside an endless list of other animals. But that doesn't mean you're guaranteed to see them.  When it comes to safari holidays, when you go is just as important as where you stay. Timing is everything....
by Travelbag on 23 May 2018, 08:05AM



Ramadan in Dubai: the dos and don'ts

Ramadan in Dubai: the dos and don'ts

It’s a misconception that holidays to Dubai during the Ramadan period are a bad idea. Restaurants and cafes may alter their opening hours, and public transport might have a different schedule – but these are minor inconveniences, easily worked around with a little planning ahead. Besides, there are some seriously good Dubai holiday packages to be had at this time of year. In May, th...
by Travelbag on 03 May 2018, 11:05AM



48 hours in Cape Town

48 hours in Cape Town

Cape Town is South Africa’s second biggest city after Johannesburg. Most visitors come to see the famous sites relating to Nelson Mandela and Apartheid But there's so much more to scratch beneath the surface. In this city, the outdoors blends effortlessly with edgy urban spots – Table Mountain National Park is literally in the city. South Africa's world-beating wines are no secret &nda...
by Travelbag on 24 April 2018, 15:04PM



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