If you are planning your next family holiday which will include taking international flights, then you are likely to also be thinking about how the kids, including toddlers, are going to cope. While long-haul flights and time spent in transit can be quite testing for kids (not to mention the parents!), there are things you can do that will help with this. So don't give up on that much-needed vacay with your loved ones and check out these tips that will help you prepare.
Did you know some of the most stunning attractions in Maldives are in fact, under the waves! The country is blessed with an abundance of coral reefs, diverse fish and other marine species that will leave you in awe when seen up close. While snorkelling lets you witness this underwater beauty, scuba diving is the best way to truly explore and experience the treasures of the deep. Here is a guide to help you plan for just such an adventure.
A timeless holiday for anyone that serves as an instant pick-me-up when you are feeling tired or under the weather is a trip to the beach. If you are thinking about taking a couple of days off from all the days stuck in lockdown and working from home, a quick trip to the beach should do the trick. But if you are going to nip to the beach and back for either a long weekend or a day out, here is a quick list of how to prepare for a day or two at the beach.
Kayaking is not a difficult experience to learn. And if you love water sports but prefer not to whizz around being jet-propelled it would be the perfect exercise for you. Luckily, kayaking is not too difficult and as such, you can learn how to paddle, manoeuvre and keep yourself afloat relatively easily. The thing about kayaking is that it can be exciting and calming at the same time. And it is a great way to explore great bodies of water. Here are some basics for beginners.
Bangkok is a vast city with so many attractions to visit. If you had just one day to explore the place that wouldn’t be enough, obviously! But the attractions can still be narrowed down to the top highlights of the city for you to visit. Here is a brief guide on how to spend a day in Bangkok.
Lunar New Year is celebrated all across Southeast and East Asia by many countries and cultures that consider the moon to be an integral way in which to tell the passing of the days. Depending on which country you celebrate Lunar New Year the way that you celebrate it would change. However, integral festivities will not change. Let's take a look at what they are.