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The Happiest Place on Earth Isn’t Disneyland But At…

Vacation on the beach (Woman’s Day)
Vacations are meant to recharge your body and soul (not your wallet though). You don’t want to spend money and effort planning a trip overseas only to leave the place unhappy — that’s not a vacation. KKday has the top five countries that will make your inner soul absolutely happy, even more than when you’re in Disneyland and we’re sure of it!

Koh Samui
One of the many islands in Koh Samui (Wanderluxe)


Yes, beaches makes us happy. Sea what we did there. If you ever feel down, make a trip to Thailand’s second largest island after Phuket. If you’re in a dilemma about travelling with your lover, friends or family, what about all of the above? Koh Samui is the perfect place for anyone and everyone because who hates the beach?


Koh Samui (Baan Chaweng)


Pristine white sand, blue clear waters, beautiful palm trees and coconuts, must we say more?


Want a tour around the entire island but have no time? Have a romantic dinner while cruising around Koh Samui with The Red Baron Sunset Dinner Cruise!

Surfing in Australia (Australia)
Surfers unite! Australia is home to some of the world’s best surfing spots with more surfers hunting for THE waves than they seek The One. If you’re a greenhorn at surfing, take up a Private Surf Lesson at the world famous Bondi Beach.


Grampians National Park (Myfavouritetrips)


Even if you’re not a fan of surfing, with the abundance of activities in Australia, there’s bound to be something that’s your happy pill. Take a quick dive at the Great Barrier Reef — home to many rare, endangered and unique animal and plant species. Pssst, you should visit the Great Barrier Reef before it’s gone forever.

Alternatively, hike at the Grampians National Park to appreciate the richest indigenous rock art sites. Follow an absolutely tranquil nature walk at a 1-Day Grampians National Park Tour.

Yarra Valley (Siv Andersonn)


Not the sporty type? Enjoy the finer things in life by making a trip down to one of Australia’s vineyard and have a sip of Australia’s finest wine. Sit back and unwind with a Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour. Or you could stroll along the bustling streets of Melbourne, hopping from one shop to another, filling your arms with bags. Shopping makes everyone happy, right?


Noma (Pinterest)
Denmark, one of the happiest place to live in with 52 weeks of parental leave, free healthcare and gender equality. To top it off, the city is now regarded as one of Europe’s top foodie destination and is even home to the world’s best restaurant, Noma. It’s hard to not be infected by their happiness, especially when food is the best way to make a Singaporean‘s day.


Little Mermaid statue (Kuriositas)


Escape the harsh reality and hop into a world of fairytale as you visit Denmark’s most popular attraction in Copenhagen, the Little Mermaid statue which was based off the fairytale.


Burj Al Arab (Travelandleisure)

You know that absolutely satisfying happiness you get when you receive something new? Dubai is known for gleaming new everything, from roads to rails. They even have the world’s one and only seven-star hotel!


Dune bashing in Dubai’s desert (flytodubai)


Looking for something adventurous to keep your blood pumping? Go on a crazy sand boarding adventure, ride your camels into the sunset before ending your day with a BBQ dinner under the stars.


New Zealand
Beautiful scenery of New Zealand (Digital Results)

The country’s landscape is definitely something worth dying for. Beginning with world-class dining to vibrant nightlife and don’t forget tranquil black-sand seashores, lush forests and volcanic cones, my my, you will never finish exploring New Zealand in this lifetime!

KKday recommends you some of the best activities in New Zealand: a Full Day Trip to Mt Cook and Lake Tekapo to enjoy the spectacular Southern Alps mountain range view of New Zealand, and visit famous scene of Mt. Cook and Lake Tekapo!

To top things off, New Zealanders are the friendliest people you will ever find on the planet, from the shopkeepers to any ‘kiwi’ walking on the streets. So don’t worry about being snubbed when you ask them for directions or get to snap a picture for you!