A Guide to Global Etiquette

by Travelbag on 13 December 2018, 15:12PM A Guide to Global Etiquette Going on holiday is one of the most exciting, rewarding and relaxing pastimes that us Brits have come to adore, but travelling to foreign counties is not without its difficulties. There can be language barriers, cultural mishaps and things to do – or not do – to avoid insulting the locals. We conducted a survey to uncover the habits of Brits abroad and to see whether cultural differences affect your trip. Over 20% of Brits don’t research local customs and traditions before travelling abroad. So, to help you out, we’ve put together a global guide to etiquette to help you navigate through the cultural differences around the world.   Cultural Etiquette in Japan Japan is an enchanting and intriguing place. On the one hand, you have built-up cities with horizo...
Best Holiday Destinations for 2019

Best Holiday Destinations for 2019

In case you hadn’t noticed, 2018 is over – which can only mean one thing. It’s time to start planning your holiday for 2019. And what better way to ignore the British winter than to prep for your next getaway? It might seem early to be thinking about going on holiday in 2019 but – trust us – it isn’t. Booking early means you’ll be able to snap up the bes...
by Travelbag on 01 November 2018, 10:11AM



Dubai Family Holidays: What to do & Where to Stay

Dubai Family Holidays: What to do & Where to Stay

Dubai is still treated as the new kid on the block – name-callers say it's 'soulless' and 'has no culture'. Of course, it's a very futuristic city, and so 'culture' in the traditional sense is admittedly hard to come by. But that doesn't mean it should be overlooked, particularly as a family holiday destination. It may be a gleaming business hub, but Dubai has quietly – and very succ...
by Travelbag on 28 June 2018, 12:06PM



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



The Best Architecture in the Middle East

The Best Architecture in the Middle East

The Middle East’s building traditions date back centuries, from sacred mosques to desert fortresses, ancient marketplaces to the ex-abodes of rich pearling merchants. Pop up cities like Dubai and more recently Doha have erected architecture that echoes the minarets and domes of the old Islamic World in modern materials like fibre glass and reinforced concrete. The result is an architectura...
by Travelbag on 12 February 2018, 12:02PM



Discover 6 of the Middle East’s Best Beaches

Discover 6 of the Middle East’s Best Beaches

It’s no secret that Thailand and the Caribbean are home to some of the world’s most spectacular beaches. Jamaica’s Seven Mile Beach and Koh Samui’s Chaweng Beach are just two places that spring to mind when talking about the world’s most exotic beauty spots. But if you want an alternative beach break, there's somewhere else that should be on your list. The Middle Eas...
by Travelbag on 14 June 2016, 14:06PM



Honeymoons in Dubai – Romantic Activities in Dubai

Honeymoons in Dubai – Romantic Activities in Dubai

  Dubai Honeymoons - Romantic Ways to Spend Your Time in Dubai When it comes to desirable honeymoon locations, Dubai is often a strong contender. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. The vast deserts and pristine beaches mean that there is a lot to be admired in terms of aesthetics.  It's not only the natural wonders that are mesmerised either, but also the man-made ones. Dubai i...
by Travelbag on 30 March 2016, 17:03PM



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



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