How to plan the perfect multigenerational family holiday

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  • Monday, 06 Jan 2020

For some, going on holiday is no fun if the whole family doesn’t come along.

The only other time Connie Tiong and her extended family members see each other, apart from Chinese New Year, is during their year-end vacation.

“It is difficult for us to see each other throughout the year because we are all so busy, ” the Sarawakian offers.

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