7 tips to have a safe family holiday in Malaysia

Families should plan their holiday properly this school break to stay safe and healthy. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

Going on a family holiday is always a great idea. Not only does it boost your mood, a vacation with loved ones will also strengthen relationships.

Studies have shown that parents tend to have more engaging conversations with their children during a holiday. And taking a break from your daily family routine may help you rethink your regular patterns (both good and bad) at home.

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