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Posted by Royal Sundaram on 09 Nov 2011
The most joyous moments of your life would be those that you spend with your family while enjoying at home or traveling to different places/countries. And if the places you visit are secure, you can then leave behind all your safety questions and live every day like it is the best.
Let’s take a look at few countries that are more secure and has lots of tourist attractions to offer.
Also below you can find some important tips to be considered while travelling with kids.
This small country of Asia is one of the safest countries in the world. Even being the melting pot of Chinese, Malay, Indian, Arabic and Western cultures this country has everything except social tension, racial antagonism and chaos. The most amazing fact is its homicide rate is as low as 0.38 per 100,000 persons which is significantly lower than other parts of the world. This safe country also invites you to enjoy the Marina Bay Sands, Sky Park, Universal Studios and much more.
Among all the European countries Norway stands tall as the safest country among them. The homicide rate here is as low as 0.71 per 100,000 persons. Also incidents such as pick pocketing and petty theft are below normal. Absence of natural disasters and zero social or political unrest makes Norway more secure. The magnificence of the capital city Oslo, Heddal Stave Church, Jotunheimen National park, Nidaros Cathedral, Lofoten and many other places are worth visiting.
Make a visit to Iceland and you can proudly say that you have been to an ultra-safe place in this modern world. This place is so secure that they have a murder rate close to 0. Also police strength of Iceland comes to only 700. They do not carry guns and most of them in addition to this have other jobs too. This 100% secure place invites you to visit Jökulsá-Austari, Kverkfjöll Ice Caves, Snæfellsnes, Geysir & Gullfoss.
International ranking are not meant to fail. For years Denmark is one of the safest and happiest place in the world, with its homicide rate as low as 0.88 per 100,000. It also records low statistics on robbery and pick pocketing. Added to your advantage is that there are no natural disasters or animal attacks recorded. The most beautiful tourist attractions here are Arthus, Copenhagen, Skagen, Bornholm, Silkeborg and several other exciting places.
Believe it or not Japan is one of the few places, where even if you leave something behind in a public zone, you can be sure that you will find it, in the same spot anytime. With such social value it’s so definite that its homicide rate is as low as 0.44 per 100,000 persons. Thus Japan ranks top among the safest in Asian countries. If Fukishima is still running in your head, the US government now says to travel to Japan outside the 50-mile zone surrounding the nuclear plant presents low risks. Japan also excites you to visit Kyoto, Tokyo, Nara, Takayama, Hiroshima (remember the 1945 atom bomb place?) etc.
Important tips while travelling with kids
- Before planning your vacation, surf websites and make the best plan considering your kids too.
- Most airlines screen babies to make travel safer. They are trained to handle your kids gently, so do co-operate with them.
- Follow the restrictions regarding amount of medications, baby formula and food, milk and juice that can be taken.
- Put sufficient things your kid might require in your carry bag. Incase of emergency or your luggage being lost this would come in handy.
- To beat jet lag go outside and do something active and stay late that night with your kids.
- If you are concerned about your child getting lost, then train them with clear instructions on what they should do.
- Relish those lovely moments that you spend with your kids and family. Have a camera and capture every small thing that you can remember forever.
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