Discover Our Favourite Malaysian Islands

Discover Our Favourite Malaysian Islands

While the crowds jet off to the beaches of Thailand, the savvy holidaymaker looks a little further south, to neighbouring Malaysia and her 878 islands. Malaysia boasts some of the most unspoilt coastline in Southeast Asia, her white sand beaches are the envy of many. Day trips to the beach from big cities like Kuala Lumpur are all well and good but for some real R&R, we recommend spending a...
by Travelbag on 11 December 2017, 12:12PM



Craft Beer: Five American Breweries Worth a Visit

Craft Beer: Five American Breweries Worth a Visit

  From bootlegging and prohibition to California’s world beating wines – America’s love affair with booze has had its ups and downs. Right now, in the beer world at least, it’s up. Last year America hit a record 5,000 breweries nationwide, a bad time to be going into business, given all the competition but for drinkers – it’s easy street. We’ve asse...
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”. Its little wonder when you think of Mars’ bleak, red and dusty surface compared to the numerous exquisite ecosystems of Earth’s oceans. It wasn’t so long ago that David Attenborough observed the cognitive prowess of Brazilian capuchins using rocks as tools to smash open hard nut shells in BBC Lif...
by Travelbag on 27 November 2017, 15:11PM



5 Dubai Rooftop Bars

5 Dubai Rooftop Bars

Make sure you see the desert city and its ‘scraperscape’ from somewhere with a view on your holiday to Dubai. Seeing the skyline against its sandy backdrop, or the pleasing symmetry of Palm Jumeirah from a bird’s eye view is, at the least, an astonishing reminder that the desert city was once just that – a desert. Watch the sun back light the dusty arid air over the Arab...
by Travelbag on 14 November 2017, 10:11AM



5 Canadian National Parks to Visit this Winter

5 Canadian National Parks to Visit this Winter

A holiday in Canada in winter might sound a brutal affair. Extreme even, when you consider that temperatures in large parts of the country dependently plummet to -30 degrees Celsius. Hardly a winter wonderland if your eyes are frozen shut. You might reckon these acute conditions to be endurable only by thrill seeking skiers, snowboarders, caribou and the likes. You’d be wrong. Coniferous ...
by Travelbag on 10 November 2017, 11:11AM



The Most Instagrammable Brunch Spots in Darwin, AU

The Most Instagrammable Brunch Spots in Darwin, AU

If the thought of stopping by a truly Instagrammable brunch spot with a menu bursting with delicious dishes and exceptional coffee during your first morning in Darwin is at the forefront of your mind during the long-haul flight ahead of you, keep the faith because you're in for a real treat! Darwin has all your brunch desires covered, and here are just a few places where you won't be able to stop ...
by Travelbag on 31 October 2017, 14:10PM



5 Small American Towns to Celebrate Halloween

5 Small American Towns to Celebrate Halloween

Witch tours of Salem, Massachusetts and New York’s grand parades aren’t the only places in America ideal for celebrating Halloween. All across the United States, there are cute and charming towns that throw small time but intimate celebrations on the last day of October. We’ve rounded up five alternative American holiday ideas: Chatham, Massachusetts A hundred miles southeas...
by Travelbag on 30 October 2017, 10:10AM



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