The Ultimate Guide To Surviving Family Holidays With Children
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Family holidays can take a toll on parents.
Expedia’s 2017 Importance of Family Travel Study found that 77% of young millennials (teenagers aged 13 to 17) picked their parents as their favourite travel companions, but only 44% of Singaporean parents would say the same of their children.
On the other hand, they can also be richly rewarding. In the same Expedia study, most parents reported feeling closer to their partners during family holidays, while most young millennials felt closer to their siblings. In fact, 6 out of 10 young millennials and parents in Singapore said that more than half of their favourite memories happened during family holidays.
If you’ve been thinking about going on a family holiday, but find yourself intimidated by the prospect of travelling with kids, not to worry – having a game plan can help create a great holiday for children and parents alike.
Read on for tips on how you can plan your family holiday!
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