Best Beaches to Visit Instead of Maya Bay

by Travelbag on 15 October 2018, 16:10PM Best Beaches to Visit Instead of Maya Bay With its white sands, clear seas and green-clad cliffs, it’s easy to see how Maya Bay became Thailand’s poster child. The Koh Phi Phi islands’ bay shot to fame when it starred as the dreamy backdrop of The Beach in 2000. But Maya Bay’s must-see status proved to be both a blessing and a curse, as this once-pristine cove attracted millions of visitors. Sadly, the island’s popularity has taken its toll on the beaches and surrounding coral. So, to protect the area, Thai authorities have closed Maya Bay indefinitely. With the absence of people and a little help from Mother Nature, hopefully this pretty beach can soon return to its former glory. So, if Maya Bay was on your bucket list, you may need to wait a while – but don’t panic. We’ve rounde...
Top 5 Places to Stay in the Indian Ocean

Top 5 Places to Stay in the Indian Ocean

Daydreaming about holidays again? We're here to help. We've rounded up the top 5 places to stay in Asia and the Indian Ocean to inspire your next luxury getaway. These water-facing hotels are the creme de la creme. We’re talking rooftop pools overlooking happening metropolises, and fancy resorts surrounded by national parks and rugged waves. These top-notch hotels come equipped w...
by Travelbag on 24 July 2018, 15:07PM



Dubai’s Best Beach Clubs

Dubai’s Best Beach Clubs

Sun, sea, sand and sumptuous dining by day; live music and an energetic party atmosphere by night - Dubai's beach clubs have it all. Here’s our pick of the best in the city: 1. Eden Beach Club | Rixos The Palm, Palm Jumeirah Best for: Mingling with the in-crowd.English cricket star Kevin Pietersen is the big-name backer behind The Rixos The Palm's revamped beach club, Eden. Luxury exe...
by Travelbag on 15 February 2016, 14:02PM



'Must do' activities in Barbados

'Must do' activities in Barbados

Whether you’re in Barbados for a long trip or a short getaway – make sure you check out some of the best things to do on the island. 1. Oistins Fish Market Visit the Oistins Fish Market on a Friday or Saturday night and enjoy the excitement and buzz of Barbados’ most popular market place. Enjoy rubbing shoulders and partying with locals to the sweet strains of Calypso music c...
by Travelbag on 12 February 2016, 14:02PM



Thailand – A city and beach combination

Thailand – A city and beach combination

Deciding where to go on holiday and reasoning why to choose one destination over another can feel rather like choosing your favourite ice cream. When the happy time comes to indulge you are often spoiled for choice. Budget constraints can traditionally mean sticking close to home, however, since travel is becoming much more accessible and more affordable, many people are finding they are able...
by Catherine Hudson on 19 August 2015, 15:08PM



The best beaches to visit in Thailand

The best beaches to visit in Thailand

Whilst Thailand is known for its bustling and lively cities it has to be said that the majority of people visit Thailand for the dreamy beaches and paradise resorts. More and more people are making the long trip to Thailand to discover these exotic beaches for themselves. You read about them, you've heard about them – so why wouldn't you want to book a trip to paradise for yourself? Every ...
by Travelbag on 09 July 2015, 16:07PM



Discovering Abu Dhabi

Discovering Abu Dhabi

On my recent trip to the United Arab Emirates, I discovered the Middle East was all I thought it would be and much more. A plethora of skyscrapers make up the city skyline and the architecture that fills most of the Emirates leaves most guests in awe. A new, up and coming metropolitan city; Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and is one of its most desirable destinations. Abu Dhabi is famous fo...
by Ellen Morgan on 25 November 2014, 11:11AM



Fiction Map of the World – Australia

Fiction Map of the World – Australia

Today our fiction map series takes us Down Under to experience the vast delights of Australia. Essential Holiday ReadingFor holiday reading I'm going to recommend ‘The Harp in the South’ by New Zealand born Australian author Ruth Park. Set in the Sydney suburb of Murry Hills during a time in which it was a dangerous and lively slum area, it is a gritty and realistic depiction of life ...
by Travelbag on 25 September 2014, 13:09PM



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