4 Places to Visit When Studying for an MSN to DNP Online

When studying for your MSN to DNP online, one of the best advantages that you have is the flexibility and freedom. Studying online is not like studying on campus; the fact that you’re taking your classes remotely means that you’re able to travel where you like and fulfill your dreams of seeing more of the world at the same time. If you’re currently studying for an online degree program and want to make the most of your freedom by traveling, here are some of the best places to visit.

#1. Prague

If you are planning to travel in Europe whilst studying for your nurse practitioner doctorate degree, then Prague is an excellent city to visit. Popular with tourists and students alike, Prague is filled with winding cobblestone streets and stunning architecture that will make you feel like you’ve just been transported into the pages of a fairytale book. In this beautiful city, you’ll find several cafes and areas where you’ll be able to sit and work whilst enjoying the view and having a coffee. When you have a break, you can visit some of Prague’s best attractions, including the famous Old Town Square, which is a major hotspot for tourists and includes many things to see and do from souvenirs to art galleries.

#2. Melbourne

For those planning to visit Australia whilst studying for an online degree, Melbourne is the perfect choice of destination. Over the last few years, Melbourne has ranked high on the list of the best cities for students to live in or visit, so if you’re traveling, it’s well worth seeing. If you’re into live sporting events, gigs, or stand-up comedy, Melbourne is one of the best places to visit. Even if you’re visiting whilst studying online, there should be no problem for you when it comes to socializing since this city is home to seven internationally ranked universities.

#3. Paris

In 2014, Paris made the top spot on the QS Best Student Cities for the third year in a row. And, it’s easy to see why this city is so popular with the student population. In the French capital, you can enjoy the perfect mixture of iconic architecture, great food and drinks, and things to do. Along with that, the city is home to several renowned universities. Even for those who are studying online and traveling with their degree, the city has a lot to offer for students.

#4. London

If you’re hoping to see the capital city of the UK, then there’s no better time to visit than when you are studying for your online degree. With numerous universities located in the city, students can be sure of many facilities, such as co-working spaces, libraries, or coffee shops equipped with plug sockets and Wi-Fi where you can get things done. In your free time, you can explore the many attractions that London has to offer, including Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and more.

Which of these places would you like to visit the most?

5 Reasons to Visit Berlin

City breaks are becoming more popular all the time. One reason for this is that as more people work busy jobs with long hours, or work for themselves, there isn’t as much time available for the long beach break. City breaks mean you can go away for a few days, several times a year, and still have a fantastic time. When looking for the perfect city break location, there is a lot to consider. When you are only going to be somewhere for a few days, you want to make sure not a minute is wasted and that there is plenty to see and do. Berlin is an incredibly popular destination for a short break. Here are just five of the reasons why.

The History

If you are studying a military history degree or you are just a bit of a history buff, Berlin should be on your list of must-see places. It’s filled with history and historic sites, from the remains of the Berlin Wall, to the museum and remains of Check Point Charlie, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and the countless museums cataloguing the events of World War Two, how it started, how it ended, everything that came in between and how it continues to affect Europe to this day. It’s all there. You could spend weeks in Berlin, learning and remembering. It’s a truly educational city, with lots to offer, especially for a student of a master of arts in military history program.

The Food

Berlin is absolutely packed full of restaurants, food markets, street food stalls, and street vendors. You can try food from all over the world here, as well as fantastic German wines, beers, cheeses, and bread.

The Eclectic Culture

One of the best things about Berlin is its people. There is such as eclectic mix, which makes it impossible to feel different or left out. It’s an incredibly relaxed city, where everyone is happy to just be themselves and enjoy life. This makes it feel exceptionally liberal and like a city without judgment.

The Architecture

Berlin has some unbelievably stunning architecture, with a great mixture of modern and traditional buildings standing side by side. Many powerful governments have made Berlin their home, all of whom have brought their own unique architecture and designs. Some were lost in the war, but others still stand tall today. Brandenburg Gate is probably one of the most well-known sites and definitely worth a visit, but to make sure you see it all, consider a walking tour of the city.

The Shops

The shopping in Berlin is incredible. From small local markets to huge designer quarters, you could spend days walking around the shops and still not see it all. For the best shopping experience, head to Alexa, Hackescher Market, and the mall of Berlin.

Berlin also has fantastic night life, a wonderful art scene and plenty of fantastic scenery. All of this makes it the perfect place to head for a city break. The only problem is, you may need to keep going back to see it all.

Master’s Degrees Available for Study in Morocco to Advance Your Career

The level of education continues to improve here in Morocco. The number of students taking advantage of bachelor of arts and master’s degree courses at local universities continues to climb. It’s clear that employers understand the benefits of an educated workforce. The best job opportunities are going to applicants who possess valuable degree qualifications, particularly at a master’s degree level.

Here are some of the master’s degree courses available to local students.

Exec. Masters in Project Management and Process Performance

There’s an opportunity for students who excel at staying organized to learn how to manage complex projects and track performance to meet targets and goals. The Université Internationale de Casablanca is offering an executive master’s degree course in project management and process performance for part-time study from August 2017.

Exec. Masters in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management

The Université Internationale de Casablanca is also offering an executive master’s degree focused on sourcing goods globally to fill the supply chains of large organizations. The course also covers purchasing, contracts, negotiation and other aspects within this role. Any large regional player that’s expanding into Morocco will require this kind of expertise, which makes this degree highly relevant today. The degree is part-time and taken on campus from August 2017.

Master’s in Business Law and Taxation

A recent development at the Université Internationale de Casablanca is their establishment of a Business Law section. The intention is to provide an ongoing program that will support companies which require staff who are experts in local business law and business taxation. This advanced topic is not presently well supported within educational establishments in Morocco, so the initiation of this educational coverage is highly encouraging for the region. Given the depth that this course covers, this is a full-time only master’s degree course, run on campus, starting early August 2017.

Cycle Engineer in Electrical Engineering (Masters)

The need for qualified engineers of all disciplines is growing in Morocco. The Université Internationale de Casablanca teaches this master’s level qualification spread over six semesters. The first semester covers the core principals involved and then allows students to select their area of specialization. The master’s degree covers industrial instrument measuring equipment, electrical power systems, and automated and electronic systems, among other topics.

Executive MBA in Islamic Finance

The subject of Islamic Finance is one of growing interest with businesses operating in Casablanca and surrounding areas. The hope is that with more qualified staff working in financial institutions who are equipped to manage money in an appropriate manner in accordance with Islamic beliefs, Casablanca may establish itself as a regional center for Islamic finance and trade. The Université Internationale de Casablanca is offering this part-time course from their campus starting in August 2017.

Online Master of Music in Music Education Degree

An interesting alternative for Moroccan students who wish to study through a foreign university is to attend Rutgers Online through their online master of music in music education program. The online MMME degree helps students learn the best way to share their musical knowledge and passion with their future music students. After completion of the course, successful graduates will become K-12 qualified music teachers who are able to teach abroad.

The number of opportunities for students in Morocco is improving rapidly. Not only is the range of interesting degrees growing, but there is also the chance to study other Master’s degree courses online by applying to foreign universities too.

Great Reasons Why You Should Rent a Villa in Sicily

Inspector Montalbano fans will already be familiar with the delights of Sicily, but for those of you who have yet to discover Andrea Camilleri’s wonderful stories of the life of a Sicilian detective, you are in for a real treat. Sicily is a beautiful island with a long and bloody history. Baroque cathedrals, ruined temples, coffee shops, gorgeous beaches, and the most active volcano in Europe, all combine to make Sicily a fascinating destination for your next villa holiday.

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Mainland Italy is a favourite with many tourists looking for the perfect combination of history and great vino, but you will find this – and more – in Sicily, minus the crowds.

An Undiscovered Gem

Sicily has long been an undiscovered gem, lying at the foot of Italy and largely forgotten about by the main tour operators. It’s a sleepy island, but the locals are friendly and the food is to die for. Fresh seafood takes pride of place in most restaurants. Pasta with sardines and Involtini di PesceSpada are both delicious, and with so much delicious pasta dishes, this is not the best time to be on a diet.

Renting a Sicilian Villa

Renting a villa on Sicily is the best way to discover the charms of this beautiful island. Whether you want a beachfront villa with a private pool or a secluded villa nestled in a sleepy olive grove inland, you will be spoilt for choice if you visit the Scent of Sicily villas.

Take your time browsing villas in Sicily for your next Sicilian vacation. The rugged coastline offers numerous photo opportunities and endless sandy beaches that are largely unspoiled and free from the crowds that blight the popular Italian resorts on mainland Italy. Head inland, though, and you may find yourself staying near a local vineyard or farm, where you can buy fresh produce and relax in the hypnotic scent of bougainvillea flowers at dusk.

Sicilian Food and Drink

Sicilian chefs are also famous for their delectable pastries. Sicilian ricotta cannoli is to die for. You will find a pastry shop on every corner of every street. Buy a plate of cannoli and prepare to be in heaven for a few blissful moments.

After all that carb-loading, you will need a few glasses of local wine. The good news is that you have come to the right place. Sicilian grapes flourish on the fertile slopes of Mount Etna and Sicilian wines are some of the best in the world. Take a tour of some local vineyards – this is the birthplace of Marsala wine!

Finally, while we are on the subject of food and drink, we have to mention the wonderful Sicilian coffee. Sicilians love their coffee. It is practically a national institution. Local coffee tends to be hot and very strong. Order a pot of coffee and watch the world go by; that’s what the locals do.

Once you have your villa all sorted, don’t forget to book a rental car so you can explore the Valley of Temples, the Teatro Greco, and other famous Sicilian landmarks.

This post is being sponsored by Scent of Sicily

Mexico’s Trendiest Places: Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta & Cancun

Mexico has become a very popular destination for travelers all around the world thanks to its beautiful beaches, cultural heritage and delicious cuisine among many other attractions. The most visited places this year so far have been the Riviera Maya, Vallarta Nayarit and Cancun. What all these three places have in common is the tropical feel that characterizes them-yet they are all very different. In order to help you choose which of these trendy places to visit in 2017 we made a comparison between all three of them.


  1. Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya has an extension of 120 kilometers (which translates to 86 miles) is located on the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo. This region is known for its semi-tropical climate, perfect for a summer vacation. The Riviera Maya starts at Playa del Carmen and ends at the village of Tulum, including Cancun. This stretch is one of the most famous destinations for tourists in Mexico and it is no wonder why; with beautiful beaches, perfect weather and large scale all-inclusive resorts you can find just about anything here. Here you can find very developed cities, like Cancun, as well as classic full-of-history places, like Tulum, which is full of the Mayan culture and houses some of the ruins from said culture.

>> Kite House

Kite House is an amazing rental home in Riviera Maya, located in Playacar, a community close to Playa del Carmen. This villa has 4 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Here you can comfortably fit 8 people, and enjoy services such as a private chef and a fitness room. This luxury villa can be rented from 1,700 USD per night.

 >> Villa Mia

This villa is located on Akumal Bay. This chic oceanfront villa has 5 luxury bedrooms and a great view to the Caribbean Sea, making it perfect for a luxury getaway. Villa Mia also has an indoor-outdoor pool, where you will enjoy the tropical sunshine that characterizes the Riviera Maya. If you are traveling in a group of up to 10 people looking for a great vacation spot while in Mexico, then Villa Mia is for you. You can stay here for only $1,200 USD a night.


  1. Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is located on the Pacific side of the country. Unlike Cancun, Puerto Vallarta (and Bahia de Banderas) is surrounded by mountains, which you can see from pretty much anywhere. This city has a lot of cobblestone streets and street vendors, giving it a more authentic aura. The beaches in Puerto Vallarta are fairly decent but the most spectacular are a short drive (or boat ride) away worth making. Vallarta is full of activities you can enjoy all day long, like cruises, horseback rides, trips to the beaches, spas, water sports, etc.

>> Casa Punta del Cielo

This amazing villa has a view of Bay of Banderas that you will just fall in love with. The best part of it is that you are a short walk away from downtown Puerto Vallarta, as well as from Malecon. The price for this amazing villa is of $800 USD per night and it can comfortably house up to 10 people, as it has 4 king size beds and 2 single beds distributed in 5 bedrooms.

>> Casa Chickie

If you are looking forward to stay in a bit more of a fancy place, then Casa Chickie is a great option. Casa Chickie is one of the finest options in Bay of Banderas. You can enjoy a nice evening at the grand palapa, or the view of the sunset and the ocean from the terrace. This villa is $1,450 per night and can house up to 8 people. You will be able to enjoy a multiple of services, such as a private chef, Wi-Fi, grill, home movie theatre and more.


  1. Cancun

Cancun is located on the Yucatan Peninsula, so its geographically closer to the East Coast and, as previously mentioned, it is part of the Riviera Maya. Cancun is the most developed of all three destinations. Much like Miami, the tourist area of Cancun (along Boulevard Kukulcan) has palm trees lined on either side of the hotel corridor, as well as big malls and open-air shopping centers. All hotels in Cancun are on the beach, so you can enjoy the view from your room or spend the afternoon by the water and there are some great luxury villas to stay in.

>> Villa Patron

Villa Patron is a chick and luxurious villa right in the hotel zone in Cancun. From the rooftop terrace you can enjoy cocktails with friends and family. Villa Patron is designed for 12 people and has 2 swimming pools, a sauna, and a home cinema, so you can just sit back and enjoy your vacations to the maximum.  You can get all this for only $1,400 USD a night.

>> Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort

Moon Palace is also located right in the hotel zone of Cancun and overlooks the Caribbean Sea. This five star all-inclusive hotel is only 6 miles away from Cancun International Airport and has 2,457 guest rooms. While in Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort you will have access a 27-hole golf course, a deluxe Spa with over 30 treatment rooms, seven swimming pools, two children’s pools, outdoor Jacuzzi, and more.

How to Plan Your Dream Trip to Canada

So many people around the world want to visit Canada. The country combines pristine natural beauty and livable cities with amazing and friendly locals. You can spend your time exploring some of the cities or get down and dirty with nature. It’s also easy to get into the Arctic Circle in the northern parts of the country. More people are taking a trip to Canada and this article describes some tips on how to plan your dream trip this year.

How to Get to Canada:

It all depends on your destination and where you’re coming from. All major cities have regular flights to and from the United States and Europe and the domestic airports are also well connected in this vast country. If you look in the right place, it’s quite easy to find a cheap flight to Canada.

What Makes Canada Awesome:

In short, Canada is awesome because it has so many different things to do all throughout the year. You can enjoy the natural beauty and see Niagara Falls or visit one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country also holds regular music festivals in the warmer months. When the temperature starts to drop, everything becomes a winter wonderland. And then you have the chance to take part in winter sports and try new experiences, such as dog sledding. Other reasons are that the food is great, the country and cities feel safe to walk around, and people are very open-minded. And on top of this, Canada also has a prominent wine industry that the visitors love to sample.

The Best Cities to Visit in Canada:

The main cities that tourists want to visit in Canada are Quebec, Toronto, and Vancouver. This section takes a look at some of the highlights in each of these destinations

Quebec is a favorite for many travelers who want to experience a little bit of French culture without flying all the way to France. The city is full of cobblestoned streets and cathedrals with the sights and smells that you would expect over in its trans-Atlantic sister. Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has a lot of history and culture to keep all visitors entertained.

Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. You can find little enclaves of different nationalities in and around the city, which gives you access to any type of food you crave. The major attractions are the large underground mall and the CN Tower. It’s also a perfect place to eat in one of the high-end restaurants or sip cocktails on rooftop bars.

Tourists visit Vancouver to experience the outdoors. You can find lots of parks and nature reserves around the city as well as beautiful coastlines. If you head out a short distance away from the city center, you’re surrounded by nature that’s perfect to get off the grid for a few days whilst camping.

The Takeaway Message:

Canada is a great country with a diverse range of landscapes and activities at any time of the year. You can experience one of the major cities or get out into nature. Whatever you want to do, Canada has something to suit your interests.

Awesome Malaysia Road Trip Tips

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With all the travel options out there, a road trip is probably more therapeutic if you think about it. Driving across states and cities, allowing you to see the little details that you might miss when you are on a plane – that is what you will experience when you go on a drive. It would not even matter if you bring an SUV or a family car, just as long as the trip goes smoothly.

For this to happen, you need to prepare well for it. A road trip is not just a simple drive to any destination, it has to be carefully planned. Of course, just because you need to plan it well does not mean you need to stick to plain road trips. If this is your first road trip, make it count and do it in Malaysia. Here you will experience seeing different kinds of places, from spectacular beaches, small French villages, the city centre, and even old-world architecture. These are the details you want to see on your first driving trip.

Here we have listed down tips to make sure your Malaysian road trip will be an awesome experience.

Choose the perfect car for the trip

In Malaysia, the objective of the road trip is important because it tells you which car should be brought. For instance, if you are going with family, an Innova might be the best choice. If it is a city trip, maybe you can choose a more fuel efficient car like the Camry Hybrid. It would be useful to know that Toyota cars are actually cool road trip companions because it offers lots of leg space and awesome features, so you might want to choose their cars for the trip.

After renting a car, make sure that it had been completely serviced – engine check, cleaning, and other maintenance services. This will ensure that your drive will remain safe during the trip.

Research the local food

One of the best things about Malaysia is their food offerings. In almost any corner you turn, there will be hawker centres filled with the most delectable local dishes. Try the char kwayteow, nasi goreng, laksa, and lamban when you visit one of the hawker centres. Make sure to learn about the regional specialities as well.

Bring essential items with you

Essential items include power banks, snacks, and drinks. The drive going from one destination to another might take you hours or even days, so make sure you have everything that you will need to stay connected, like an energy bank to look things up on Google, and something to eat and drink.

Map out your drive

Another thing people like about driving in Malaysia are the different destinations you can go to. You can plan a path from Kuala Lumpur up to the Cameron Highlands District. You can also carve a path from the beaches of Langkawi to the Colmar Tropicale French Resort.

Create an awesome playlist

Of course, a road trip will not be complete without an awesome playlist. Take this opportunity to listen to popular Malaysian songs and immerse yourself more in the culture. You can look up the playlist for Malaysia’s #1 Hits from Spotify like: https://open.spotify.com/user/sonymusicmalaysia/playlist/2SMHhx2EZg3RPhGitzIw6L.

These tips will hopefully ensure that your road trip will be an awesome journey across all of Malaysia and will add to the unique driving experience that you will have. So pack those bags, get driving, and have the best time of your life in one of Asia’s most beautiful places. Enjoy the trip!

A Guide to Having a Family Friendly Vacation in Breckenridge

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Are you looking for a family-friendly skiing resort where you can bring the young kids? If the answer is yes, you’re probably aware of how difficult it can be to find a decent place for the whole family to enjoy. Some resorts only cater for skiers and there aren’t many other activities on offer. In my experience, the best place to bring the family is to Breckenridge, a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. You can stay in some of the rustic cabins in Breckenridge and have plenty of activities at your disposable to keep everyone happy. This is a mini-guide on how to have an awesome family vacation at Breckenridge this winter.

Why You Should Bring Your Kids to Breckenridge:

First of all, Breckenridge isn’t just a place for skiing and snowboarding. The town has a historical center with lots of family friendly activities to keep everyone engaged. You can take the kids to see some of the sights around the town in the morning and enjoy a meal together at one of the restaurants later. There’s also a high chance that you’re going to meet other families at the resort so the kids can make new friends. Another advantage is that the kids can get involved with some of the seasonal activities that they can’t do back at home.

Kid Friendly Activities in Breckenridge:

This section is here to give you an idea of the different things you can do at this resort. The ones below are specifically for the winter months when you’re here to ski. If you do come in the summer, there are lots of other things to do in Breckenridge, which you can find with a quick Google search. Here are some of the more popular kid-friendly activities at Breckenridge in winter:

  • The kids may be too young or inexperienced to go down some of the slopes. But, it doesn’t stop them from having fun on the ice. You can take the kids ice skating on an outdoor and indoor rink that’s open every single day of the year.
  • The Winter Gold Runner Alpine Coaster is, as the name suggests, a coaster. The kids sit in one of the cars and go down the track around twists and bends on 2,500 feet of track. You can find this on Peak 8 and it’s certain to be one of the highlights of their trip.
  • Carter Park is a popular place for families to sledge down the hills. This is one of the only places in the town where you can go sledding and it’s a given that the kids will love every second of it.
  • Another way to keep the little ones happy is to take them to hockey school. It doesn’t cost much and the instructors will teach the kids the basics of this sport. However, you should be aware that age restrictions do apply.
  • One of the most popular places for kids is the Breckenridge Recreation Center. This has everything the young ones need to keep them busy for a few hours. There are two indoor climbing walls and different sports facilities. You can buy a one-day pass and the older kids can hang around here while you hit the slopes. This also gives them the chance to meet others that are the same age. But, be aware that children under the age of 10 need to be with an adult at all times.

Important Things to Be Aware of:

The most important thing is to plan what you want to do before you arrive. If you just turn up and try to plan everything on the spot, the chances are that it’s going to be disorganized and quite possibly a disaster. Some of the places are only open at certain times of the year and may be closed when you’re in town. It can also be time-consuming to get from one place to another and you need to organize the logistics of travelling around.

Make a list of things that you want to do with the family and search online for promotions or discounts. Some may have free admission on certain days or you may be able to grab a pass for multiple places. You may also be lucky enough to find special promotions at some of the restaurants. This helps to reduce the costs and gets you more value for money.

The next part is to plan what time you want to go to the more popular attractions. During peak season, there’s going to be lots of families that have the same idea as you. This means that places will be crowded and the roads can get congested. If you go in the afternoon, you’re probably going to have to wait in line. The kids are going to be bored and it can be a stressful experience for everyone. From my experience, the best time to go to the more popular places is early in the morning when they first open. You can then go to the other places later in the afternoon.

Conclusion:

Breckenridge is a great place to come for a family vacation. You can enjoy hitting the slopes on some days and find plenty of ways to keep the kids happy on others. There are several family-friendly places in this town that other skiing resorts lack. So, book up your trip this winter and have one of the best vacations ever.

5 Amazing travel locations for those who love to shopping until dropping

Some people travel for the experience, some for leisure, and others just to plain-see. And there are those who travel for the purpose of shopping. And for shopper-travellers, there are those who shop to their heart’s content to the last penny, and those who make the most out of their money – the more affordable, the better.

If you’re itching to shop for the holidays, you may want to check first some of the best travel money cards to secure your shopping costs especially when you’re out of the country. And here are some of the best destinations to start.

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Hong Kong. This top Asian shopping destination also boasts to be one of the cheapest there is. Hong Kong offers bargain shopping unlike you’ve ever seen before. Tourists who visit here are left with a handful of items, giving the shopping region an incredible satisfaction rate.

If you’re an experienced shopper, persistent clerks could mean a great deal. They will mostly show you the ropes, so if you know what you want, they’ll tell you and even follow you around until you find what you’re looking for. Don’t get intimidated by a persistent clerk; they’re paid to be like that.

Madrid, Spain. Madrid offers more than 50, 000 boutiques. There’s a variety of goods to satisfy your shopping desire. Big department stores, up and coming designer boutiques, weekly flea markets, and others. If you’re a haggler and a bold shopper in general, don’t miss El Rastro, Spain’s biggest and most diverse flea market that takes place every Sunday. Regardless, at any given day you could just visit every store in the area, but be reminded that smaller stores close from 2 to 5 in the afternoon for their Spanish siesta custom.

Tokyo, Japan. The capital of Japan offers everyone a piece of everything, from clothing, modern electronics, and yes, all your fashion needs while being easy on the pockets. The Globe Shopper City Index reported Tokyo to be Asia’s fourth cheapest city and an affordable shopping destination.

Head over Harajuku for an easy on the pocket yet trendy clothing. Visit Ameyoko Arcades for a variety of street shops and bargain stores where you can get discounted garments, shoes, and even exotic spices. Souvenirs and other novelties come cheap yet stylish at Hasegawa.

Bangkok, Thailand. Apart from its good accommodations and tourism, Thailand’s biggest city, Bangkok is also an affordable shopping mecca. Big markets, some only open on the night or during the weekend, shops of all types – handicrafts, clothing, electronic gadget – everything! They have it, and these goods are all sold at clearance-like prices. The trick here is not to accept the first price because you need to bargain for an even better deal.

Mexico. Shoppers from all over the world are looking for a nice bargain flock in Mexico. It may not be as big a manufacturer as China is, but Mexico is just as awesome as a place to find designer goods that are manufactured locally and are available at cheap wholesale prices. Also, the quality of their handmade products is unique and can’t be found anywhere else. Cheap and you get your money’s worth. What more can you ask for?

Remember: It pays to do your research in order to find the best travel money card online to accompany your spending while shopping for all the things you need (and mostly just want) abroad. Have fun!

Great travel destinations abroad for the entire family

Whether it’s for an anniversary, a birthday, family reunion, or everything else in between, opportunity arises to travel with the entire family in tow. Planning a trip with everyone from grandkids to grandparents can be a daunting task. You need to pick a location, choose an all-inclusive travel insurance for everyone, plan the itineraries, and prepare a budget.

In this article, we’ll focus on the first consideration – picking a location. We have outlined some of the coolest family vacation ideas for multigenerational travel, perfect for your family bonding experience.

Normandy. One of the most rewarding things about travelling with the entire family in tow is seeing a new place through everyone’s eyes. Nowhere is this experience more touching than in Normandy. This region’s sands have witnessed a millennium of history. While the kids ride horses, sail, and go sand-sailing on Utah Beach, adults can sip Calvados at one of many beach bars. You can sightsee Pegasus Bridge, visit the Bayeux Tapestry and tour the American cemetery.

Puglia. Puglia is where families are celebrated and children are welcomed with open arms. Ride a bicycle through fields of sun-ripened artichokes, tomatoes, and eggplants and enjoy the musical Italian language as local mums encourage the children to “mangia, mangia.”

Sapporo. Japan’s snow capital, as well as the biggest city of the Northern Hokkaido, is famous for its snow festivals, seafood selection and more. Likewise, nearby Otaru is a good day trip, with its well-preserved historical district. Here you and your family can enjoy world-class skiing. Adults will love Sapporo Beer, Japan’s oldest beer brewery founded back in 1877. Prepare your jackets! It’s really, really cold here!

There’s something for everyone; sightsee the sun-baked coastline by boat and by bike, taking in the rocky coves and luminous water of the sapphire seas; stroll through Roman ruins; observe Baroque architecture, or get your hands dirty creating delicious local specialities.

Tanzania. Tanzania is a great place for families with an adventurous spirit and a craving to engross themselves in their environment. Combine walking with safari game drives on the Tanzania Family Adventure trip and your family will have a profound, immersive experience that cannot be found in a driving-only safari.

Kaohsiung. Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s other big city, is sometimes unnoticed by visitors to the island. Kaohsiung has so much to offer in terms of its sights and tastes for the entire family, and it’s a gateway to some of the marvels on the wild side of the island too.

The city is chock-a-block with skyscrapers, which includes the 250-meter Tuntex Sky Tower, and you get all the ease and amenities of a large Asian city. There’s also a gorgeous harbour where you can view the sunset and soak up the lush environment. The dining and shopping are amazing, and the entire family will be glad to visit.

Vietnam. Let your family bask in the culture of Vietnam as you pass rice paddies interspersed with historic tombs and animals. There are basket boat racing activities, scavenger hunts, conical gay making, and beach paradise. Parents can enjoy a two-bedroom villa at the five-star Six Senses Hideaway.

End Note

There you have it! Get the whole family out to spend quality time together. Nothing says family bonding like going together on a trip, right? To make it as fun and hitch-free as possible, don’t forget to acquire a good travel insurance in Singapore online for everyone. Have fun!