The Things You Need To Bring To Your Chartered Transport
If you are about to embark on a holiday vacation aboard a chartered coach, then, there are some preparations you will be glad to make. In order to avoid feeling bored – or simply sleeping through the entire way – there are a number of things you can bring with you. Below are some of the must-bring goodies that should be packed into your handbag or backpack!
- Snacks and drinks – it is quite rare to find Malaysia bus tours from Singapore nowadays that forbid travellers from bringing snacks on board. Whilst the driver will be considerate enough to make frequent stops at shops and restaurants, it never hurts to bring along a number of snacks and drinks to munch on and slurp whilst you stare at the scenery passing you by. Not to add, if you have younger kids travelling with you, this is definitely a must: you will be surprised to find how much a bored kid can eat.
- Entertainment – in the olden days, entertainment whilst travelling translated into either books, card games or any other similar form of games. A few years back, entertainment was once again either books and card games, or taking a step forward, video games on your game consoles, laptop or mobile phone. At present, however, most private bus charters boast of fast WiFi connections and charging services as well, which means you can bring your electronics with you as a form of entertainment, but not just in the form of video games. Whether it is browsing the web or keeping in contact with your friends and family over social media, it is all possible.
- Medications and first aid – travelling can easily translate into ailments and injuries. It is a common thing, especially if you have children with you. A well-prepared traveller never forgets to include a few medications against common enemies of enjoyable travel experiences such as headaches, stomach aches, motion sickness, etc. Besides the above, it might also be a good idea to include plasters, ointment, sunscreens, gauze and other basic first aid materials. Plus, if you are female, including female hygienic products is also recommended – you never know when you will need them, after all!
- Sleeping aids – if the destination is quite far, it is common to travel at night so that you can reach your destination by morning. This means you have to put up with sleeping in a bus – even if the seats nowadays can be quite comfortable with soft cushioning and reclining facilities, it still cannot be as comfortable as a bed. This is why you should make sure to bring sleeping aids to facilitate your sleep – blankets, eye masks, earplugs… you name it.
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