The Kimberley gets under your skin

by Rich Keam on 29 October 2013, 09:10AM The Kimberley gets under your skin The Kimberley – named one of the best regions in the world by Lonely Planet and Rich Keam After three weeks exploring the Kimberley in Western Australia, I almost missed my flight home. I was at the airport in good time, had checked in and was waiting in the departure lounge when I became transfixed by a painting by a local artist. Just a simple landscape, a typical scene you would find in the remote and rugged wilderness up there, deep red earth and vast skies. I became lost in thought remembering the billion year old rock formations, huge open spaces and the warm welcoming people I had met. “Last call for Mr Keam” broke me out of my reverie. It wasn’t just the red dirt under my nails; Australia’s last frontier had really got under my skin. I am not the onl...
Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Travellers looking for an authentic, off the beaten track experience Down Under would do well to explore Australia’s Top End. The eclectic cultural mix of Northern Territory’s capital city Darwin, lush monsoon forests, expansive national parks teeming with unique wildlife and abundance of Aboriginal art and ancient rock galleries make it a must for adventurous souls. Until now, flight...
by Terri McCollin on 24 October 2013, 09:10AM



Definitely Dubai

Definitely Dubai

Already known as the land of the tallest, the longest, the highest and the most ambitious, with its shimmering skyscrapers, glamorous hotels and Michelin starred restaurants, Dubai’s reputation has become synonymous with luxury. However, Dubai can also provide a perfect holiday for those on a budget who still want to enjoy the city’s high standards of service, long stretches of gold sa...
by Natalie Stacey on 21 October 2013, 10:10AM



Swimming with whale sharks

Swimming with whale sharks

Everyone asks if it’s scary, swimming with a whale shark. Thrilling, yes, squeal-inducing, of course but there is also something really serene about gliding through the water with these giant fish. Aussie rules are quite strict when it comes to wildlife tours and only 10 people are allowed in the water at any time, so it is easy to find yourself swimming alongside a 23ft whale shark in Ninga...
by Elen Thomas on 16 October 2013, 10:10AM



UK Government Tourism Spend Revealed

UK Government Tourism Spend Revealed

The eyes of the world fell upon London in 2012, as the summer Olympics and representatives from 204 participating nations descended on the English capital. In light of this, we questioned just how much had been spent to promote Great Britain as a holiday destination across the world and whether the Olympics led these numbers to be concentrated in any specific areas.We asked VisitBritain to suppl...
by Travelbag on 15 October 2013, 12:10PM



My kind of Chicago

My kind of Chicago

There is one thing a city like Chicago will do to you, it will leave an impression. Chicago offers all the benefits of a cosmopolitan city with local charm only a Midwestern city can offer.Photo Credit: ©Cesar Russ Photography After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which completely destroyed the city, planners had the opportunity to rebuild a bigger and better Chicago. With the foresight to p...
by Jasmine Rushton on 11 October 2013, 11:10AM



Experience the adventure of a lifetime

Experience the adventure of a lifetime

“Let any man lay the map of Australia before him, and regard the blank upon its surface, and then let me ask him if it would not be an honourable achievement to be the first to place foot in its centre.”John McDouall Stuart, explorer and pioneerTo celebrate the launch of the London Heathrow to Darwin route on 31 October, Malaysia Airlines is collaborating with Travelbag to offer one lu...
by Travelbag on 07 October 2013, 14:10PM



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