Before you travel on your next trip, we have listed some handy hacks to help you avoid some discomforts as well as surmount certain travelling challenges without breaking a sweat.
Packing something that wrinkles easily? A plastic file folder doubles as a cheap and effective way to protect those items.
If your hotel room doesn’t have enough counter space, there is probably an ironing board in the closet you can break out.
If there is nowhere sanitary to stash your toothbrush in the hotel, take a paper cup and stab right through it.
If the curtains in your hotel room don’t close all the way, check the closet for one of those hangers with clips.
A daily pill box makes for a great way to transport necklaces and bracelets without them getting tangled together into one giant knot.
If you plan to be away for just a day or two and don’t want to go through the stress of lugging all your cosmetics and moisturisers with you, a contact lens case makes the perfect little container for whatever you will need.
Instead of bringing multiple power adapters for all your electronics on an international travel, you can simply bring one adapter and a power strip.
If your hotel room doesn’t have a fridge, grab your ice bucket and fill up the bathroom sink instead.
Need a good, safe place to stash your cash while sightseeing? An empty tube of Chapstick can do the trick.
If you’re packing bottles with caps that can easily pop open, wrap a little saran wrap underneath the caps to prevent any shampoo-related disasters in your suitcase.