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Must-Have Essentials For A Winter Gateway

Home ยป Guide for Muslim Travellers ยป Must-Have Essentials For A Winter Gateway

Making your way to a winter destination is the stuff of dreams: plush white snow, chilly weather that you can get cosy up in, picturesque views of a winter scene. However, packing for the cold can sometimes be a tedious task, especially if you donโ€™t usually travel during winter. Weโ€™ve put together 6 of our must-have winter essentials to prepare yourself. Get ready, winter is coming!

The Right Layers

  • Picking the right clothes is a must when youโ€™re travelling to a winter destination. Beating the cold is a two-part process: trapping heat that the body produces, and preventing the chills from getting in.
  • Use thermals to keep your body warm, and layer up with a thick down jacket to shield you from the bite of the cold wind. If you need more layers in between, add them on to ensure youโ€™ll stay nice and warm all day.

Warm Accessories

  • The neck, hands and feet are really sensitive to dropping temperatures, so keep them warm with a good scarf, gloves and thick socks, especially if youโ€™re going to be out and about all day. Trust us when we say this will help a lot!

Moisturizers

  • Cold weather is usually dry weather, so retain the hydration in your skin with moisturizers!
  • Keep face, body and even hand creams handy to banish flakiness and chapped skin.

Protection

  • Weโ€™re talking about sunscreens and lip balms of course!
  • The sun can still damage your skin in winter, thatโ€™s why itโ€™s important to protect it with SPF. We recommend a minimum of SPF50 for daily use.
  • Dry, cracked lips can be painful, and sometimes even create a bloody mess you donโ€™t want to deal with! Keep the discomfort to a minimal and store a lip balm in your bag, reapplying every couple of hours to prevent chapping.

Portable Chargers

  • Did you know that your electronic devices lose their battery life quicker in the cold? Thatโ€™s because it takes more energy to keep the device at an optimum temperature for them to work just as well in warmer weather.
  • Bring a portable charger for an extra boost of power when your electronics are running low so youโ€™ll always stay connected.

Warm Comfy Shoes

  • Youโ€™ll definitely be walking around a lot when youโ€™re travelling to a winter country, so pack some warm and comfy shoes!
  • Make sure the sneakers you pick arenโ€™t perforated so the wind doesnโ€™t cut throughย  or opt for a hardy pair of boots instead

Planning your next winter getaway? Do it with Tripfez, your Muslim travel expert !

Sydney Lim

A sassy, extravagant libra who's usually the loudest in any group, Sydney is an avid traveller who's always looking to try something new. A hardcore meme-r, animal lover and sheet mask wearer, you can find her looking for the latest in beauty and fashion trends, immersing herself in a new culture, or simply planning her next vacation destination!

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