Fiction Map of the World – French Polynesia

Fiction Map of the World – French Polynesia

The geographically diverse islands of French Polynesia make up an overall land area of 3,521 metres. They are scattered across more than 2,000 kilometres of open ocean, and total 118 islands in all. The highest peak within French Polynesia is the grand and soaring Mount Orohena, on Tahiti.  As the most popular, and regularly visited of all the islands Tahiti is its real star. You only have...
by Travelbag on 16 April 2015, 11:04AM



The Five Best Theme Parks in Asia

The Five Best Theme Parks in Asia

Whether it’s the thrill of a white-knuckle ride, a close encounter with a wild animal, a journey through a make-believe land or the infectious smile of a childhood cartoon character, the best amusement parks create a safe, happy environment that touches our nostalgic side and allows us to explore new experiences and create lasting memories with friends and loved ones.   Asia is home to...
by Travelbag on 15 April 2015, 10:04AM



Ten Fascinating Facts About Abu Dhabi

Ten Fascinating Facts About Abu Dhabi

1.    The iconic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque contains the world’s largest handmade carpet, which measures 5,627 square metres, weighs 35 tonnes and took 1,200 women two years to make. 2.    Formula Rossa, in Ferrari World Abu Dhabi on Yas Island, is the world’s fastest rollercoaster, accelerating from 0 to 240kmph in 4.8 seconds. It is exceptionally good fu...
by Anna Watt on 10 April 2015, 16:04PM



Thailand's Top Beaches

Thailand's Top Beaches

As well as its fantastic cuisine, sunny climate, friendly people and spectacular landscapes, Thailand is probably most well-known for its beaches. Boasting soft sand and clear water, these palm fringed pieces of paradise attract visitors from around the world year on year. Here are our top 10 favourite beaches in Thailand: Nai Harn Beach, Phuket Voted within the top 20 best beaches in the world...
by Anna Watt on 09 April 2015, 17:04PM



48 Hours In Quebec

48 Hours In Quebec

European in look, style and feel, Quebec City, known as the cradle of French civilization in North America, is truly beautiful and charming. At 407 years old, Quebec is a city that transcends time. Teeming with beautiful architecture, quaint villages, historical sites and a deeply-rooted and distinct culture – there is so much to explore, even if you’re only there for just for 48 hours...
by Travelbag on 09 April 2015, 17:04PM



Caribbean Cocktails Recipe Book

Caribbean Cocktails Recipe Book

Are you off on your luxurious holiday to the Caribbean this summer? Maybe you’re still undecided on which destination to treat yourself to or maybe you just love these exotic islands and want to one-day escape to this paradise? Well here at Travelbag we decided to bring the Caribbean to you and give you an insight into what you’re missing out on!   After consulting with locals...
by Travelbag on 09 April 2015, 17:04PM



Fiction Map of the World- Cook Islands

Fiction Map of the World- Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are scattered over a vast expanse of open ocean, approximately the size of western Europe, so they make an ideal destination for anybody who has dreams of living like a castaway for a while. If you have ever fostered wistful daydreams about jetting off, and touching down on a remote tropical island, completely removed from the hustle and bustle of society, this is the place for yo...
by Travelbag on 09 April 2015, 17:04PM



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