We travel full time as a family of 4. I’m an adventure homeschool mama who is also an above the knee amputee.
Thank you Marcus! We've gotten settled in for some time in Europe, and we're going to check out some episodes so we're more up to speed, then reach out.
This list lines up well with many of our family of four's travels over the past year: Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai Vietnam: Da Nang Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka Singapore
Popular family travel destinations in Asia 3 months ago
Hi Marcus, this is great to see! I'm an amputee who uses a prosthetic leg, and I travel the world full-time with my husband and 2 school-age children. On our blog and social channels we regularly discuss what it's like to travel with a disability, but w... show more
We analyzed tickets sold throughout the year on 12Go Asia (a multi-modal travel ticketing platform, based in Singapore) and identified the most popular destinations for family travel, as chosen by our customers: 1. Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui 2. Indonesia: Sanur, Nusa Penida 3. Vietnam: Hanoi, Da Nang, Ninh Binh 4. Philippines: Bohol, Cebu, Manila 5. Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur, Malaca, Pahang 6. Cambodia: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap 7. India: Agra, Jaipur, Delhi 8. Sri Lanka: Kandy, Nuwara Eliya 9. Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto 10. Singapore 👉 See our complete list at: https://12go.asia/en/articles/top-10-places-to-travel-with-family
The Accessible Tourism Podcast speaks with people with disabilities and people from the tourism industry about what its like travelling with a disability and what industry is/could be doing. Travelling with a disability can be very challenging. We explore the constraints people with disabilities experience as they travel away from home. Real life experiences from people with disabilities are shared to provide an accurate picture of what it’s like to travel with a disability. People from the tourism industry also share their experience and knowledge of providing accessible experiences to people with disabilities. Each conversation finishes with an outlook on the future for people with disabilities in the tourism industry.