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Fun At KidZania Singapore

When we relocated from Hong Kong to Singapore earlier in the year, I was looking for ways to cheer up a rather glum Jetlag & Mayhem who had left all their friends behind.  Now Singapore is a pretty easy place to come up with some fun activities. In fact there is an entire island devoted to the ‘State Of Fun’, Sentosa.

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Sightseeing In Singapore On The Opentop Bus!

One of the most delightful ways to see a city is aboard an open top bus. I have always wanted to ride one but never quite got round to it in either London or Hong Kong. After arriving in Singapore I decided it would be one of the first things we would do.  We could orient ourselves with the Lion City and admire all of the sights from the comfort of our own bottom.  

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Luxury In The Maldives At The COMO Resorts

We all dream of going to the Maldives, but for the Maguire’s there was another added wish.. the opportunity to dive with a whale shark!  Today Sally shares tips from her amazing Maldivian holiday of a lifetime this past May.  Not doing anything by halves, they stayed with their 3 kids (age 8, 6 and 3) in two of the most luxurious Maldives properties out there, COMO Maalifushi and COMO Cocoa Island.

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Love and Art At The Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore

Singapore aka ‘the Little Red Dot’ is a tropical country located between Malaysia and Indonesia.  Popular as a stop off point for far-flung destinations, Singapore is a fantastic destination in itself with attractions ranging from Universal Studios to the Gardens By The Bay.  As with any busy tourist hotspot, there are a huge amount of accommodation options on offer.

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Family Fun At The Angsana Laguna Phuket

You know a tropical resort is triumphant when it manages to entertains families even on the rainiest of days.  Despite being long-time Phuket fans, we had never before landed to dark grey skies, wind and torrential rain.  My husband and I looked at each other grimacing ‘wasn’t this supposed to be a relaxing sunshine break for a few days?’  Luckily enough we were staying at the Angsana, part of the Laguna complex approximately 30 minutes from Phuket Airport.  

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