What is the food like in Thailand

What is the food like in Thailand

In a word, Thai food is delicious. It's 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 lunch 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



What's on Brighton Festival 2018

What's on Brighton Festival 2018

  Brighton events to look out for this year are the Brighton Pride, Brighton Fringe and Paddle Round the Pier. But that’s for later when summer is in full swing. First is the Brighton Festival 2018 with music, theatre, comedy and dance performances led by guest director and visual artist David Shrigley. Travelbag’s Brighton shop on 65 Western Road, has been helping the larger ...
by Travelbag on 15 May 2018, 12:05PM



Ramadan in Dubai: dos and don'ts

Ramadan in Dubai: 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



A Global Festival Tour: The Best Festivals Around

A Global Festival Tour: The Best Festivals Around

There are some incredible festivals all over the world in stunning locations, from Fuji Rocks in the mountains of Japan, to Magnetic Fields festival in Rajasthan. As well as being able to enjoy great music and delicious food, you can see some of the world’s most well-known landmarks and breathtaking backdrops. Festivals abroad are about so much more than muddy fields and crowded campsites....
by Travelbag on 19 April 2018, 10:04AM



Top Things to do in Bahrain

Top Things to do in Bahrain

Floating in the Gulf at a midpoint between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is Bahrain – Asia’s third smallest country. Once the Garden of Eden, it combines all the glitz and glamour of its wealthier, bigger neighbours, with a history that’s well steeped to say the least. Most visitors won’t stray beyond the main island, attached to the Saudi Arabian City Al Khobar by the King Fah...
by Travelbag on 09 March 2018, 14:03PM



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