Practical Tips For A Relaxed Balik Kampung Trip
Holiday season is approaching fast and we want to make sure we’re all set to balik kampung with peace of mind – well, at least as much of it as we can muster. Having a peaceful journey simply requires putting a few precautions in place, so that we’re better primed for external stresses such as standstill traffic, excessive honking and rebarbative drivers (for your own safety, try not to brake fast on the road! *wink). Here’s a checklist for a smoother journey back home to your kampung!: .
3. Return Of The Hangry King
You’ve probably realised from previous trips that storing ready-to-cook and ready-to-eat food is a very good idea, as long trips tend to leave us tired and in need of a quick meal fix. Head on over to B.I.G. and stock up on our ready-to-cook range of foods at Barn Butchery, as well as our festive foods on display which can be stored and eaten when you’re back home. You’ll also want to have instant tea or coffee handy, because nothing welcomes you home like sipping on a hot drink with your feet up.
4. Snack Petrol
Having munchables in the car almost goes without saying, but proper planning is required to ensure no last-minute let downs from not buying the right snacks, as most of us are fussy about having our favourites. At least a week before go time, get a shopping list ready with specific requests from your fellow roadtrippers. Dry snacks are best to avoid any spillage and stickiness on car seats. Head on over to B.I.G. to fill your basket, and remember to buy some for the journey home too!