Top 10 Foods to Eat in Australia

Top 10 Foods to Eat in Australia

The Land Down Under is famous for many things – koalas, the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock – so food may not immediately spring to mind when you’re planning a holiday to Australia. But it should. There are several tasty treats for you to try while you’re on the other side of the world. Plus, there are so many great ways you can make the most of the food – and it&rsquo...
by Travelbag on 26 January 2018, 17:01PM



The Happy Campaign

The Happy Campaign

Joy. Pleasure. Satisfaction. Feelings that we always strive for as a nation, but what truly makes us happy? Happiness is a unique thing, a sense of euphoria that we spend our lives pursuing, an emotion we crave on a daily basis, and yet something we struggle to define in absolute terms. Happiness is an emotion that leaves you joyful and positive, whatever this means for you. A state of well-bein...
by Travelbag on 22 January 2018, 16:01PM



The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

As you plan your annual getaway or that dream world tour, there’s nothing like a glance at the UNESCO World Heritage Site website for some inspiration. Choose from hallowed lands, abandoned cave dwellings, natural reserves and weathered ruins – an international roster of those places on earth that are of unique importance to mankind. The UNESCO collection is high ranking on any travell...
by Travelbag on 16 January 2018, 16:01PM



The 12 Days of Feastmas - Infographic

The 12 Days of Feastmas - Infographic

Here in the UK, we love a classic turkey dinner with all the trimmings on Christmas Day. But, we thought, surely not every country celebrates in the same way? And we were right – while we're stuffing our faces with mince pies, some other countries are doing things a little differently. We decided to explore some of the weird and wonderful global traditions for Christmas dinner. Unsurprisi...
by Travelbag on 13 December 2017, 14:12PM



The Best Islands in Malaysia

The Best Islands in Malaysia

While the crowds jet off to the tropical beaches of Thailand, the savvy holidaymaker looks a little further south towards neighbouring Malaysia. With 878 islands, Malaysia has more beaches and temples than you can shake a stick at. While there's nothing stopping you from taking a day trip to an island or two from Kuala Lumpur, we'd we recommend spending a few days on a picture-perfect spec ...
by Travelbag on 11 December 2017, 12:12PM



The Best Craft Breweries in America

The Best Craft Breweries in America

From bootlegging and prohibition in the Twenties, to California’s world-reknowned wines – America’s love affair with booze has had its ups and downs. Right now, though, beer is on the up. In 2016, America had a record 5,000 breweries open nationwide. Not a great time to be going into the beer business, but it's a great time for beer-drinkers to visit the States. We’...
by Travelbag on 01 December 2017, 10:12AM



Where to find the Creatures of David Attenborough’

Where to find the Creatures of David Attenborough’

“We know less about our oceans than we do about the surface of Mars”. It's little wonder, really, when you think of Mars’ bleak, red and dusty surface compared to the ecosystems of Earth’s oceans. It wasn’t so long ago that David Attenborough observed the prowess of Brazilian capuchins using rocks as tools to smash open hard nut shells in BBC Life. As it turns out,...
by Travelbag on 27 November 2017, 15:11PM



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