Chiang Mai is surrounded by Lush green mountains, rolling mist, winding rivers, waterfalls, elephants, amazing restaurants, cheap prices, outdoor cafes, and temples galore. It is the largest city in Northern Thailand. It was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom and is considered one of the most culturally significant cities in the region. At its historical center is the Old City, a roughly 1.6 km … Continue reading Chiang Mai, what to see and do with children.
Singapore with our children was fantastic, its very clean, green, safe and strikingly futuristic yet traditional. 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 … 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
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
We spend a lot of time in Bangkok since some of Pauls family live here. Going to Bangkok with kids was very challenging two years ago when the kids were 10 months old and 2 years old. The lack of even footpaths for prams, stairs to the BTS Sky Train and slow-moving traffic made it hard to get around which lead to lots of tantrums and … Continue reading Bangkok – What shopping malls to hit with the kids?
Looking for a resort in Bali that offers kids club facilities? Check our list below. There are different ages for some clubs but generally speaking, the 4-12 year age bracket is catered for. Sofitel, Nusa Dua Kids club (Formally known as Cheeky Monkey’s) – The first 4 hours are free for children over 4, children under 4 pay an $18 (NZD) for a minimum of 2 … Continue reading Bali – Hotels & Resorts with awesome child facilities!