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How to Spend 24 Hours in Singapore

by on 12 June 2019, 09:06AM How to Spend 24 Hours in Singapore Singapore’s Changi airport is one of Southeast Asia’s largest transportation hubs, and a popular layover for those making their way to tourist hotpots such as Sydney, Auckland and Bali. While Changi is consistently voted one of the best airports in the world, the city beyond also has plenty to offer. With its rich culture, modern architecture and Michelin starred-street food, Singapore is not simply a place to change planes but a destination in itself – one well worth exploring before picking up your onward connection. Here’s our handy 24-hour itinerary for things to do in this city-state. 8am – Breakfast Start your day off right by fuelling up with a traditional breakfast. Heap Seng Leong is one of the oldest Kopitiams, or coffee shops, left in Singapore ...
Indonesian Islands that are Alternatives to Bali

Indonesian Islands that are Alternatives to Bali

From Ubud’s monkey forest and terraced rice fields to the fantastic surf breaks at Kuta, Canggu and Seminyak beaches, Bali has a lot to offer. So it’s no surprise that this Indonesian island, with its abundance of temples and yoga retreats, has become such a tourist hotspot – 5.7million people visited in 2017, while the government’s target for foreign arrivals in 2018 was...
by Travelbag on 29 May 2019, 12:05PM



India- The Spice Lands

India- The Spice Lands

India, the seventh biggest country in the world has something for everyone. The spice lands of Kerala are a great introduction to the region. After you land in Cochin, the most cosmopolitan city in the region, you will visit the Matancherry Dutch Palace, confusingly built by the Portuguese, a Jewish synagogue and St Francis Church, before relaxing in the evening by watching a traditional Kathakal...
by Travelbag on 01 June 2015, 16:06PM



Food for thought

Food for thought

Carla ter Maat finds that Luang Prabang in Laos is a place to feed the soul. I had a very clear image in my mind about what Luang Prabang would be like – it was more a premonition than through research, and in fact and I wasn’t far wrong. The sense of calm, serenity and peace, as though I had arrived at a very holy place, pervaded the air, even as I departed the plane. Luang Praban...
by Carla ter Maat on 11 November 2014, 11:11AM



Test Your World Travel Knowledge

Test Your World Travel Knowledge

As you probably would have guessed, at Travelbag we are passionate about travel!    Our consultants travel extensively to make sure they have firsthand experience of the destinations. Over the years, they have come across some interesting and sometimes strange facts and habits. We have put together a fun quiz to test your world travel knowledge. Are you a seasoned traveller or an occas...
by Travelbag on 07 January 2014, 12:01PM



Indulge your senses in Thailand

Indulge your senses in Thailand

On arrival in Bangkok it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer size and chaotic feel of the city. However, you cannot help but fall in love with it once you have begun soaking up the atmosphere. Bangkok is a city that that everyone should experience at some stage of their travels. Nowhere else in Asia and the world can you find a city quite like Bangkok; with such an eclectic mix of culture ...
by Nick Hayes on 21 November 2013, 15:11PM



Olly's Asia adventure

Olly's Asia adventure

Holed up in a Ho Chi Minh street-side café, slurping (unashamedly loudly) my way through a bowl of noodles and casually spectating at the fast-paced sport that is Vietnamese daily life, I plot my next move.It’s a trickier task than it sounds because as soon as I step into the sea of pedestrians and motorcyclists, I am committed to participating in the game – no time for second t...
by Oliver Lomas on 28 September 2012, 15:09PM



MALAYSIA- A TWITCHERS PARADISE

MALAYSIA- A TWITCHERS PARADISE

Malaysia has an incredible diversity of birds for visitors to spot owing to its ranking among the world’s 12 mega biodiverse countries. Over 185 migrant birds visit Malaysia each year and there are about 570 bird species residing permanently in the misty forests and swampy mangroves, 52 of which are endemic to Borneo such as the Bornean Wren Babbler and 4 endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. Ther...
by Flo Powell on 15 March 2012, 16:03PM



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