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Family-friendly Guide to Da Nang: Nature, Culture and Adventure

Coming in at #7 on the Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Trending Destinations 2020 list is Da Nang, located in Central Vietnam. Gather the kids and hop on a short 3 hour flight to escape the hustle and bustle here with Da Nang’s laid-back vibe and myriad of kid-friendly activities.   Tripadvisor rounds up some popular family-friendly attractions and restaurants in Da Nang for your next family vacation with the kids. The Marble Mountains Located 9KM south of Da Nang are a cluster of five Marble Mountains. The summits give you an unobstructed view of the South China Sea and Non Nuoc Beach which is a beautiful, quiet beach along Da Nang’s coastline. Thuy Son, which means ‘Water Mountain’, is the only...

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10 Iconic Sites around the World to Visit from Your Home

Travel with your kids from the safety and comfort of your couch at home! Why limit your travels to the kitchen from your living room, when you can see the world? With the current COVID-19 situation and circuit breaker in place, we understand if you get tired of the interior of your house. Add a little zest to your day by going on a virtual tour to iconic places around the world! And in these tours, there’s no hassle to traveling with kids! 1. Tower Bridge | London Source: Google Earth Visit: Tower Bridge Located in London, England, the Tower Bridge is sometimes confused with the London Bridge, which is located a little way upstream. Built in the late 1800s,...

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8 Ways to Keep Your Kids Occupied During Your Flight

The thought of flying with young children can be nerve-wracking. Even after booking your flight ticket you might be wondering if you made the right choice or if staying at home would have been better. While traveling with kids on air might be a hassle, it will be worth it, and more importantly, it is not impossible to have a good flight. Be patient, be calm (because kids can smell your fear), arm yourself with these tips to keep your kids occupied during your flight, and you’re well on your way to an enjoyable flight experience! 1. Pack a Snack Photo credits Lisa Fotios/Pexels You might want to relax the reigns on the no-snacking rules for your toddlers when you’re...

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7 Things for Mummies & Daddies To Do in Asia Sans the Kids This Year-End Holiday

Whether you’re planning a romantic rendezvous with your partner alone or a vacation with the whole family, here are some things you can do around Asia together with your spouse without the kids. 1. Go Sake Tasting - Japan Location: Funasaka Sake Brewery, 105 Kamisannomachi, Takayama, Gifu 506-0846, Japan Photo credits Funasaka Shuzouten 2. Stroll Through The Garden of Morning Calm – South Korea Location: 432 Sumogwon-ro, Sang-myeon, 상면 Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Photo credits The Garden of Morning Calm 3. Take to The Sky in The Asiatique Ferris Wheel – Thailand Location: 2194 Charoenkrung Road, Wat Prayakrai District, Bangkok Laem, Bangkok 10120 Photo credits Asiatique Sky 4. Explore The Tabon Caves – Philippines Location: Quezon, Palawan, Philippines Photo credits...

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7 Family-friendly Not-So-Common Attractions in Asia to Visit This Year-End

Year-end holidays are a perfect time to plan a long vacation out of the country with your family. After all, taking a trip to the local zoo once every three months can be a bit banal. By this time you’ve probably already booked your flights to your destination and might be looking at Instagram pictures of all the places, you will soon be visiting, at every break. And while you’re at it, add these places to your schedule as well! 1. Hida Takayama Sanmachi Suji – Japan Location: 20 Kamisannomachi, Takayama, Gifu 506-0846, Japan Source: Kanazawa Station Shirakawa-go town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Gifu is quite a charmer, especially so in winter. Imagine a rustic little town with...

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