Food plays a crucial role in how families remember their holiday. But the meals themselves aren’t the only thing that plays into it. The entire experience of eating in a new location is equally as important. Singapore is one of the most contrasting cities in the world; from historical and natural sites to massive infrastructure and modern architecture, all concentrated in the best way possible on a tiny island. Being such a multicultural location in South East Asia makes it easy for Singapore to sweep you right off your feet with its immense variety in finger-licking good dishes. Therefore, in order to help you remember your holiday in the Little Red Dot through food, we thought we’d provide you with a list of the best kid friendly restaurants in Singapore. Here they are!Read More
Author: The 2 Idiots
As soon as you step out on the streets of Singapore, you’ll feel like you’re on an entirely different planet. For such a small island, Singapore has among the most spectacular things to offer; from futuristic architecture to world-famous restaurants, and even a lesson or two about the importance of cleanliness. Singapore’s extravaganza doesn’t just start as you begin your day. It also starts the night before, as you wake up in one of the island’s best hotels. That being said, if there’s anyone you can trust to have the best family-friendly hotels, it’s Singapore, without a doubt. To provide your family with the best of Little Red Dot’s hospitality, we’ve handpicked the top 10 Best Kid Friendly Hotels in Singapore.
We’ve taken into account the location, facilities, and overall high levels of satisfaction your family will have after spending their holidays at any of these hotels. We hope you to fall in love with Singapore’s excellent hospitality and iconic sense of presentation, just like we did!Read More
Traveling with kids is a great experience. But instead of sticking to the same tried and true places that everyone else visits, why not look one of the many for a non-touristy destinations hidden around the world? There’s a lot to be said for traveling off the beaten path. Not only do you have fewer crowds to contend with, but for the most part, everything is cheaper; from food to accommodations to transportation and activities. Going to non-touristy destinations not only means that your family will have the chance to experience the core of authenticity from a place somewhat off the radar; it will also help alleviate over-exploitation of popular tourist destinations.Read More
Do you love to travel? Or does the thought of traveling with a newborn give you sleepless nights? Either way, there is so much to consider before you think about traveling. For us, traveling has been our passion for a very long time. Our wanderlust had driven us halfway around the globe and we had hoped to cover the remaining half soon. However, once Aarav was born and we recovered from the initial few months of new parenthood, the first thing that struck us both was that we needed to continue traveling. But with a newborn to think of, we were counseled by many to put our travel goals on the back burner until he was old enough to travel.
But unlike other parents, we decided to introduce our passion for travel to our son from an early age. We waited until Aarav was about four-months-old, and then we set off traveling.Read More
Welcome to the land down under! Although it’s not its capital, Sydney is probably the most famous city you can visit in Australia. It’s the one place where you can find pretty much anything. Some of the most iconic landmarks in the world, exciting wildlife, a vibrant nightlife and incredible beaches are focused in this multicultural city. In this ultimate itinerary, you’ll learn about the best things to do in Sydney with kids, where the best areas to stay in Sydney are, and even tips on what food and delicacies you should try in this city. We’ll also cover what the best time to visit Sydney is (seeing as the seasons go the opposite way!), about how much time you should spend inside the city, and how to get around in it.Read More
When visiting Sydney, the first thing you want to do is make sure you are based in a good location. As you may already know, Sydney is a very large city full of things to see. In order to make your trip as smooth as possible – especially if you’re traveling with children – finding the right hotel is very important. Of course, location is only one of the things you must think about when you’re choosing a hotel in Sydney. The whole experience of the hotel is equally as relevant! To make this process easier for you, we’ve picked out the top 10 kid friendly hotels in Sydney. We think that opting for any of these ten hotels are excellent options. We’re sure they will help make your trip impossible to forget.Read More
Once in Sydney, you’ll be overwhelmed with the amount of kid-friendly options you have for restaurants and cafés. There are simply too many, and they’re all so good! One thing you need to know about Sydney is that it’s got fantastic weather. This means that most of the time, you’ll be able to enjoy your meals outdoors by the beach, on top of harbors, or on the restaurant’s terraces. We want your family trip to Sydney smooth and the most enjoyable when it comes to sitting down for meals. To help you achieve this, we’ve handpicked the top 10 kid friendly restaurants in Sydney.Read More
Nara is one of Japan’s most enchanting cities. It’s wrapped in forests, deep gardens, deer and an overall mysterious atmosphere. Most visitors visit Nara as a day trip when they’re visiting Kyoto or Osaka. A day enough time to see the best of Nara, but deciding what to prioritize on can be quite difficult. Especially if you’re wanting to plan around the best things to do in Nara with kids. To help you out, we’ve planned an itinerary for a Nara day trip. We’ll explain the best ways to travel from place to place, what you can expect from each attraction, and why they’re worth visiting!Read More
If you’re traveling to Japan, visiting Kyoto should be at the top of your list. You could think of Kyoto as a charming window into Japan’s traditional past. It lets you experience a glimpse of what Japan was like hundreds of years ago. You can expect a world of magical zen gardens, Buddhist temples, cherry blossom trees, and wonderfully dressed geishas. Traveling with children to Kyoto is probably one of the best trips you could do in Japan! As you may expect, Kyoto is a widely loved and visited city, with an overwhelming amount of things to see. Because of this, you’ll find this ultimate kid-friendly itinerary and travel guide for Kyoto helpful. Everything you need to know about the best times to visit, things to do in Kyoto with kids, the best areas to stay in what to eat and how to best navigate, is right here.Read more
Children are interesting little creatures. Ask them to sit somewhere and nine times out of ten, they’ll be up and running around within seconds. Ask them to walk, and suddenly, they’re too tired. If you’re traveling with children, you know that a stroller is essential. If you have more than one child, a double stroller is a good idea. Sometimes, parents choose a single stroller and intend for the older child to walk while the younger child rides. However, most parents end up having to carry the toddler. That’s why a double stroller is a great idea for parents of multiples. With so many options on the market, deciding on the best stroller for your little ones can be tough. That’s why we’ve done the leg work and come up with the ten best double strollers for travel to help you make the most suitable choice.Read More