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Thinking twice about bringing your kids along when you travel to Vietnam? Traveling with children need not be stressful. Here are few tips on how you can enjoy your trip with less trouble and more fun after you apply Vietnam visa for your trip.

Plan with your kids
Get your kids’ opinions about the trip. That way, they will get involved and get excited about it. Children have limited attention span and can easily get tired. Choose simple but fun activities. Bring along disposable stuff like diapers instead of cloth. You can rent out strollers or prams which is more convenient than bringing along bulky equipment. Remember to pack any medication your children need and a first-aid kit. If with an infant, bring sterilizing equipment for bottle-feeding.
 
Keep them busy
Make the trip enjoyable for the kids by bringing along their favorite toys. Do not allow them to read on the road, this may add to motion sickness and constrain the eyes.
 
Be safe on the road
When in a car, be sure that seatbelts are securely in place. Remove unnecessary things on top of the car ledge that might fall over and hit your kids when you suddenly step on the brakes. If traveling in a public vehicle, keep your children on your lap or beside you. Crawling or walking around might cause them to fall.
 
Avoid motion sickness
Most children complain of being dizzy and sick while traveling, usually on a ship or a boat. If on the road, you can prevent this by planning several stopovers. Open your car windows to let in some fresh air. Before the trip, be sure that your children took a snack. You can also check with your doctor for appropriate anti-nausea medicines.
 
Prevent travelers’ diarrhea
You can avoid child dehydration by bringing plenty of distilled water. Stay away from street foods. Also avoid raw fruits and vegetables, seafood and rare meats.
 
Pack your kids’ favorite food
Children can be choosy when it comes to food. Adults may want to try out the local delicacies but kids prefer to eat something they are familiar with. Most specialty restaurants might add a kid’s meal to their menu; you can check it out before dining in.
Overall, the most important tip is: be patient. Sure, you will have some bad moments, but traveling with kids can be a lot of fun if you’ll take the time to understand them. It’s always nice to see your kids happy and smiling brightly, and of course, you should too!
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