The capital of China, Beijing is a global city and is the political, economic and cultural/historical centre of the country. Did you know that Beijing is one of the oldest cities in the world with history dating back over 3000 years?

US (California)

Did you know that if California were a country by itself, it would rank as the top 5 economies in the world? It is home to five of the world’s biggest companies and four of the ten world’s richest people. It is also the biggest state in the US and our favourite places to land into the country due to its direct connectivity with Singapore. Two movies, a good night’s nap, one more movie – and we’re across the world!

US (Nevada)

Nevada is known for its vast desert landscapes. Once upon a time a site for nuclear testing, it is now home to Vegas and its glitzy casinos and vibrant nightlife. While Grand Canyon technically isn’t in the state of Nevada, it makes for a short day trip from Vegas!

Thailand (Khao Yai)

Khao Yai is home to Thailand’s first national park, famous for its accessible waterfalls and adventure hikes. These days, Khao Yai has emerged as a touristy spot 3 hours away from Bangkok and boasts more than just its national park. With lots of kid-friendly activities and IG-worthy spots that bring you to scenery found in Italy and NZ – it’s no wonder we keep hearing of friends heading there as the Genting 2.0!

US (San Diego)

Just a 2 hours drive from Los Angeles, San Diego sits on Southern California and is right beside Mexico. Did you know that it is the 4th largest land border crossing in the world at 70 million annual travelers (and our very own Singapore-JB crossing ranks 2nd Source: 1.JPG at 130 million annual travelers)


Did you know that Melbourne is known for being one of the most liveable cities? Summer during Nov/Dec holidays and winter during the June school break, it still remains comfortable all round. It has a mix of sports, arts, nature, adventure – accessible within a day trip from the city centre.

USA (Washington – Seattle, Portland)

With everything from unrivaled natural beauty to a thriving arts and culture scene, we discovered there were so many kid-friendly things to do in Seattle (and lots of day trips around!)

US (Florida)

Florida is the southeasternmost U.S. state – most people know of the theme parks in Orlando which hosts 4 Disney Parks including Walt Disney World, Epcot… and several parks affiliated to Universal Studios (which host the World of Harry Potter). However, did you know that just west of Miami sits Everglades National Park?

Australia (Perth)

Western Australia has a little bit of everything – from a vibrant city that offers nightclubs, pubs, cafes and eateries, to nature that is easily accessible on a self-drive itinerary. We checked out Fremantle and the broader Swan Valley Region… and even went further south to Albany!

New Zealand (South Island)

Fly further east from Australia and we finally get to New Zealand – where there is more sheep than people! Did you know that it is so remote (tucked between Australia and Fiji/Tonga) that it was one of the last landmass to be settled on by mankind – only in the 13th century!