The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

by Travelbag on 16 January 2018, 16:01PM The Best UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit As you plan your annual getaway or that dream world tour, there’s nothing like a glance at the UNESCO World Heritage Site website for some inspiration. Choose from hallowed lands, abandoned cave dwellings, natural reserves and weathered ruins – an international roster of those places on earth that are of unique importance to mankind. The UNESCO collection is high ranking on any travellers to do list. It comprises of more than 1,000 locations from the silent statues of Khmer Kings in northern Cambodia’s temple complex to the shifting and groaning of Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park. Here are a few to consider adding to your package holiday.   Angkor, Cambodia A short distance from Siem Reap city lies the Angkor Archaeological Park, a sprawling temple...
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



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 – Dubai

Fiction Map of the World – Dubai

Dubai is the most populous city within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is located on the Persian Gulf coastline within the northern regions of the UAE. Once considered a mere port for foreign tradesman, Dubai is now flourishing both as a holiday and business destination.  Essential Holiday ReadingIdeal reading would be novels such as the Two Tigers by Emilio Salgari which is set during ...
by Travelbag on 24 November 2014, 10:11AM



Fiction Map of the World – Thailand

Fiction Map of the World – Thailand

Situated at the centre of the Indochina peninsula, Thailand is a country that is steeped in lush jungle, mystique and also marvellous golden, sandy beaches that are just made to enjoy. Essential Holiday ReadingIdeally you would like a good adventure novel to set the heart racing and fill the mind with wonder. An ideal choice for this would be something such as The Reef, written by Nora Roberts an...
by Travelbag on 12 November 2014, 11:11AM



Fiction Map of the World - The Maldives

Fiction Map of the World - The Maldives

A sunny getaway to the Maldives is for anybody who has ever dreamed about a picture postcard holiday, for anybody who cannot help but think that soft white sands and azure blue waters really are a slice of heaven. They say that you never forget your first Maldives trip, and it is easy to see why.  Essential Holiday Reading In light of its colonial past, you could be forgiven for thinking t...
by Travelbag on 06 November 2014, 09:11AM



Get your culture fix in Norfolk, Virginia

Get your culture fix in Norfolk, Virginia

Norfolk, Virginia oozes fun, vibrant entertainment and culture, delicious cuisines. Enjoy stunning views across Chesapeake Bay as you savour the freshest seafood or sip on some of the best wines from Mermaid Winery – Virginia’s first urban winery. Norfolk hosts numerous events year-round, however the clear stand out is The Virginia Arts Festival.  The Virginia Arts Festival packs...
by Lia Holloway on 29 August 2014, 10:08AM



Top 10 Temples in the World

Top 10 Temples in the World

If you like a dash of culture on your holiday, why not add a temple or two to your itinerary? From ornate shrines in Asia to grand domes in the Middle East, the world is full of beautiful temples. We've rounded up the top 10 that should be on your bucket list.   1. Wat Rong Khun, Thailand Wat Rong Khun Temple in Chiang Rai is known to some as the “White Temple” and is a more un...
by Ellen Morgan on 17 July 2014, 08:07AM



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