Hotel Review -Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur – Travelling with Kids
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Hotel Review -Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur – Travelling with Kids

Due to flight cancellation issues I ended up with just 18 hours to review these lovely services apartments in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Bukit Bintang hotels are always my go to place when looking for the best place to stay in Kuala Lumpur and the Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon is a short walk from my favourite areas in this city. (more…)

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Visiting Batu Caves on your own – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog
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Visiting Batu Caves on your own – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

A Batu Caves tour is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting Kuala Lumpur. It’s a Hindu temple located on the outskirts of KL in Selangor. The Batu Caves are a series of caves and temples naturally entrenched in a limestone hill, the entrance to the main cave is 100 metres above the ground. Batu Caves steps are nearly as famous as the temples itself, 272 concrete steps which were originally built out of timber in 1920. Before that it was every man for himself with a number of different tracks up to the entrance. (more…)

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Our AIRBNB Apartment in Kuala Lumpur – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

If you have been reading my blog for a while, you will know that I am a big fan of AIRBNB. This holiday rental marketplace has made travel affordable for not only us but for a lot of other people. The range of accommodation types are mind boggling and I’m sure you will find something that will fit any budget when looking for Airbnb Kuala Lumpur has many to choose from. (more…)

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Visiting Angkor Wat and surrounding Temples – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

Visiting Angkor Wat has always been at the top of my bucket list, in particular an Angkor Wat sunrise! I just hadn’t thought that it would be a suitable place for little kids. My kids are a little older now at 11, 9 and 7 so we decided that now would be a good time. Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are located close to Siem Reap in Cambodia.  (more…)

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The best tuk-tuk driver in Siem Reap, Cambodia – Travelling with Kids, Family Travel Blog
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The best tuk-tuk driver in Siem Reap, Cambodia – Travelling with Kids, Family Travel Blog

When I made the decision to go to Cambodia, I had a good 8 months to start researching what we would do and how we would go about it. I have always wanted to visit the temples around Siem Reap but didn’t know how to organise it for a family of 5. I started by researching other travel blogs, for the most up to date information. Finding a great tuk tuk driver was a big priority for me.  (more…)

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Night Safari – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

The Night Safari opened in Singapore in 1994 and was the first zoo to showcase nocturnal animals and is one of the most popular things to do in Singapore at night. The park is divided into seven geological regions that you can explore via four walking trails. If you are travelling with kids or those not up to walking the tracks there is also a tram ride that drives around all the exhibits and provides a live commentary as you go. (more…)

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River Safari – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

The River Safari Singapore officially opened in February 2014 and is just a minute walk from the entrance of the Singapore Zoo. The park is a fresh water river themed wildlife park, with dedicated zones that highlight famous waterways from around the world. There are around 200 native animals in the zones to explore and learn about. (more…)

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Gardens by the Bay, Singapore – Travelling with Kids – Family Travel Blog

Gardens by the Bay is a must see on any visit to Singapore and was one of the attractions that made it onto our short list of things to do during our recent visit. It’s been 13 years since Craig and I first visited Singapore, there was no Marina Bay back then and Sentosa Island was nothing like it is now. This man made tourist mecca really is worth a visit even if you’re only on a stopover. (more…)

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Legoland Malaysia with Kids – Family Travel Blog

On our recent trip to Singapore we were spoilt for choice for things to do with the kids. We were only there for a few days so we to narrow it down and wouldn’t be able to do everything. With the kids currently aged 11, 9 & 7, we decided that Legoland Malaysia Theme Park would be a good option before they got too old, read on for our Legoland Malaysia review. (more…)

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