Want to travel to China with your kids? And also want to make your trip comfortable and enjoyable at the same time? Here are some tips for you to travel to China with your kids about how to plan, what to pack and how to do for easy traveling around China with your children.
1) How to plan your itinerary: Do remember that your tour in China should involve more interesting places and avoid changeable places as kids are often too young to enjoy those museums, historical sites or steep mountains which will make your tour tired and make your kids feel bored. Try to plan your tour containing as many as interesting sites such as zoos and amusement parks such as the Disney in Hong Kong, Changlong Amusement Park in Guangzhou or Seven Star Park in Guilin, and Giant Panda Research Base in Chengdu to see the giant panda. Just take into consideration the attention span and interests of your kids when you plan your tour to China.
2) What to pack for your tour: Though most of the baby supplies such as baby formula, children’ medication, toys and so on can be bought in China, you’d better to take your own supply if you want to make your child comfortable and your tour enjoyable. What you should pack is listed in the follows: Infant formula firstly, diapers cream, first-aid kit which includes children’ fever suspension medicine, children’ antihistamine, children’ rehydration powder or liquid, disinfectant gel and other medication your child uses regularly. Do remember that the medicine you pack can be set in the pharmacy-dispensed bottle so as you can take them conveniently. In addiction, take a plenty of various toys, books, computer games, drawing supplies etc. to make the plane trips of your kids busy and wonderful as it is always a long trip of more than 10 hours from US and UK to China. And take as much as snacks along with you as Chinese food for most of the foreigners are unsavory.
3) During your tour in China. Do remember that don’t make your kids nervous. Most of the parents can’t stop worrying about everything what will happen to their kids, which makes their kids nervous wrecks and feel worse by the time they reach China. Just take it easy as China is a country of hospitality, and the Chinese people are friendly to foreigners and even show love to fair-haired kids. There is no need to make you and your kids so nervous and just make sure they know how to speak to strangers. Besides, if your kids cannot get used to the Chinese food, you can take them to fast food places like McDonalds and KFC, which can be easily find in big cities in China.