Food for thought

by Carla ter Maat on 11 November 2014, 11:11AM 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 Prabang (or simply LP to the locals) is situated in the north central part of the country, 300km from the capital Vientiene and only an hour’s flight from Chiang Mai. It considers itself a city but given the population of 50,000 people and the condensed peninsula it occupies between the Mekong River and Nam Khan, it feels more like a small town. LP is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which ensures th...
The islands of Thailand

The islands of Thailand

The islands of Thailand are the stuff of castaway fantasies. White sand, rustic-chic beach shacks, a hammock gently swaying between two palm trees as the turquoise sea laps onto shore… But each is quite different from the next, with its own characteristics; and there are dozens to choose from - so which is the right one for you? Below is a small selection of Travelbag’s favourites. P...
by Travelbag on 05 December 2013, 13:12PM



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



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