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Packing list

Travelling with family of 2 adults, a 5yo and <2yo for 30days

2yo still breastfeeding and in diapers

First Aid

  • Paracetamol for adults
  • Neurofen for kids
  • antihistamine
  • plaster
  • tummy ache medicine
  • diarrhoea meds
  • chi kit teon (sp?)
  • minyak cap kapak
  • charcoal
  • lozenges
  • lucas paw paw
  • vapour rub
  • ORS


  • Shampoo for me
  • make up bag
  • flight ‘spa’
  • contact lenses
  • Top to toe for kids
  • lotion for kids
  • Sunblock
  • Toothbrushes and tooth pastes
  • Mini hair brush
  • Hair clips and ties
  • Facial wash
  • Diapers – whole bag
  • Wipes
  • SNUGG Diaper Clutch
  • Laundry detergent
  • 2x microfibre towels

Documents, Printouts and Copies

  • Passports, ID and drivers license/permit (and copies)
  • Flight/Train/Ferry tickets
  • Hotel reservations
  • Car Hires


  • Olympus PEN + spare battery + charger + spare memory + 45mm/kitlens/20mm
  • Gorillapod
  • S2 + spare battery + charger
  • iPhone + charger
  • iPod
  • iPad + car holder
  • car charger adapter
  • notebook + light charger
  • luggage scale
  • travel adapter


  • 5 days worth
  • swimsuits
  • warm jacket
  • light jacket
  • hats + beanies + gloves
  • socks
  • Rollasole as spare
  • clothes line


  • small compact food containers
  • cutleries
  • collapsible water bottle
  • small axion (dishwashing paste) and tawashi
  • instant noodles and brahims
  • my coffee and keep
  • bag clip


  • Stork Toddler AHI + silver sharpie
  • Bebe Sachi Wrap
  • Stork sample
  • MacLaren Volo
  • Baby seat for Salih
  • Boostapak for Afya
  • Neck pillow for all


  • Money belt x2
  • beach toys/small toys
  • foldable shopping bags x3
  • umbrella

Remember to:

  • activate atm cards and credit cards
  • clear fridge
  • store away valuables
  • complete shutdown except CCTVs and router

and continue!


Mapped it out on google


This is just a rough estimation.. nevertheless… *gulp*

Slight change of route


Paris in October

Has tips on what to expect in Paris in October. Handy. I didn’t think it’s gonna be that cool. Perhaps I need to consider bringing warmer coats for everyone

what about clothes.. the kids’ clothes?

The longest trip we’ve ever gone on was 10 days to OZ. We brought about 3-4 days worth of clothes.. DH n I brought 2 pairs of pants each. The items that added much bulk was sweaters and such and I think Afya had about 5 days worth of clothes. All the places we stayed at had washer and dryer. So we don’t have anything to worry about.

This upcoming trip is gonna be well over 10 days long. Our plan is to bring 3-5days worth of clothes. All the places we are staying at isn’t necessarily equipped with washer dryer. However DH did mention we will be alternating between accommodation with washer/dryer and without washer/dryer.

@yumyumx of dailyclickclicks posted something awesome about how she handles her kids’ clothes on her recent trip to Japan. She was inspired by @munirahpunye of tripletsplusone who tweeted about how she packed for her 4 kids for her trip. I think this will be how I would want to do it too.

The general idea is to pack clothes, 1 set for each day. So in my case. Salih’s and Afya’s clothes day 1 in one clear and labeled ziplock bag (toldja in our SNUGGstudio tour video [iklan] haha) Jammies are recycled, so 1 jammy for 2 days perhaps? Then also, you will need to pack according to how you think the day would be like.. and what kind of activity you will be having on that day. This includes things like swimming, going to a park? skiing? hiking? then you will also have a few extra sets of clothes.. for extra.. you know how kids are ‘berlengaih’ and sticky on some days for no reasons? hehehehe

I probably am gonna need to come up with a more specific system sing that we have quite a number of things on our itinerary and different climate thing going on.. but at least now I have a point of reference.

They are going to blog about it soon and I hope to place the link here for our reference.