Have a budding adventurer who’s keen to explore the globe?
Spoil your child with these bucket-list trips that they won’t forget.
The world is teeming with must-visit landmarks. You’ve got the basics to start with: the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China… Or, our very own Southeast Asian wonders: Siem Reap’s Angkor Wat, Bali’s beaches, and more.
NEXT: Learn to ski →
Growing up along the equator, the kids’ encounter with snow are probably far less than you’d get back home. Have them slalom down winter wonderland-esque mountain tops at beginner-friendly Niseko, Japan. Don’t be afraid to let them fall – literally!
NEXT: Go on a beach holiday →
Tip: A Booking.com survey found that young children enjoyed activity-packed holidays and ones near the beach, amongst others. And with so many surf breaks and tropical escapes around Southeast Asia, you’re not short of options.
NEXT: Meet a tribe →
Uncovering a way of life that is completely different to our city-dwelling habits is always an eye-opening experience. There are countless cultures and tribes across the globe that, to this day, strive to keep their centuries-long traditions alive, whether the Australian aborigines or the Sumba warriors in Indonesia.
NEXT: Have a digital detox →
Just can’t pry your testy teens away from their digital toys? Tough luck finding wi-fi in the forest. But they’ll be kept entertained at these wildlife sanctuaries in Southeast Asia where they’ll be walking the elephants (or, let them walk you), getting cuddly with animals at rescue shelters and more.
NEXT: Go on a road trip →
Malaysia’s just a causeway away, so why not? Our friendly neighbor Johor Bahru‘s got designer outlets, insanely cheap food and deeds for the kids. Farther up North, heritage-rich Malacca is only a 3 hours’ drive away, and Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, no more than 5.
NEXT: Visit an iconic landmark →
From SilverKris, last updated July 2017
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