Singapore with our children was fantastic, its Clean, green, and strikingly modern, Singapore is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Asia. Most people in the tourist areas speak English so there’s no need to worry about the language barrier. Singapore average temperature is 24 – 34 degrees so if your feeling too hot, In most the shopping malls have a kids level with a … Continue reading Singapore, what to see and do with kids.
Krabi is all about relaxing, indulging and beach hopping. With more than 100 islands around the Andaman Sea boasting pristine beaches and clear emerald green water, the most stunning scenery imaginable, beautiful white beaches that stretch on for miles. Krabi is a perfect destination for those who love beaches and fun outdoor activities however it can require a fair bit of traveling between attractions but when everywhere you … Continue reading What to do in Krabi, Thailand
Koh Lanta in Thailand is a picture-perfect tropical paradise. With beautiful, lush green scenery, spectacular sunsets and nine white sandy beaches to choose from. If you fancy staying somewhere really luxurious, then look no further then Crown Lanta Resort and Spa. This luxury resort set in 22 hectares of beautiful park-like land, it has stunning sea views, two swimming pools, restaurants, spa, and access to … Continue reading Hotel Review – Crown Lanta Resort & Spa, Krabi, Thailand
We decided to take a trip to visit Paul’s parents back in the UK to meet their first grandchild, Mila, when she was 4 months old. On the return journey back to New Zealand we stopped off in Bangkok for a few days. We chose the 5 Star Grande Centre Point Terminal 21 for the obvious quality and luxury standards of staying at a 5 … Continue reading Hotel Review – Grande Centre Point Terminal 21 Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
If your ready to venture out of your resort here are a few things to do for the kids and to see some culture in Nusa Dua area. For the kids: The Pirates Bay This is a pirate themed restaurant that also has a huge scale model of a wooden pirate ship. They hold 2 treasure hunts a day for children and there are a … Continue reading Nusa Dua, Bali what to see & do with children
We were looking for a nice and simple place to stay in the Krabi area as this was a last minute trip we booked with only two days notice. We found that the Ibis Style Krabi suited all our requirements so we decided to make a booking directly on the Accor Hotels website. We stayed for four nights and paid a very reasonable $280 NZD … Continue reading Hotel Review – Ibis Styles, Krabi, Thailand
When we were looking for a resort in Bali, we had only had a few requirements…. Must be near to the beach – Tick. Must have a kids club – Tick. That’s was it!! So after some deliberation, we found the wonderful Sofitel Hotel in Nusa Dua. As a family we really enjoyed our time at the Sofitel Nusa Dua, so let me tell you a … Continue reading Hotel Review – Sofitel, Nusa Dua, Bali
Toddlers require that little bit more stimulation on longer journeys than babies, but one benefit from babies is that there are no more sore arms holding baby for most the trip. So my top picks toddlers on a plane, train or car are…. 1. iPad – Yes, my apologies, but this is the top of the list, there are so many great learning apps for … Continue reading 5 Toys for toddlers on a Plane/Train/Car
When booking a flight for your toddler (ages 18 months and younger) You probably have not purchased a seat for baby, you’re expected by the airline to have babysat on you and if travelling as a couple, you’re going to have to take turns holding baby. Travelling this way is cheaper, however, there are a few tips that I recommend, especially if this is a … Continue reading Toys and helpful tips for babies flying.
Fragile items. Always bring a fragile camera and computer gear in the carry-on bag with you. Put all leak-able products into resealable bags like shampoo, foundation, insect repellent etc. Avoid bottles bursting. Only fill up your travel-sized bottles three-quarters full. The cargo area on a plane is not pressurised like the passenger cabin, and liquids expand at high altitudes. First aid bag. have your medical kit … Continue reading Keep these in mind when packing your suitcase