Travel + Leisure have put together a list – virtual travel opportunities and information – to help people around the world realize that everyone is actually a lot closer than it feels right now. ‘From livestreams of animals to games to play virtually, these activities will keep you entertained, informed, and hopefully put a smile on your face.’


…the idea of not being able to get outside to explore is difficult, but we’ve found that virtual travel is not only fun and exciting, it’s helping us see and understand places we’ve only dreamed about going.


From the comfort of your couch you can explore the depths of Carlsbad Caverns and other national parks before ‘jetting off’ to a virtual tour of the Louvre in Paris. Afterwards join an online cooking demonstration from a world-famous chef before sitting down to a breathtaking performance from New York City’s Metropolitan Opera. The world’s the limit — really.”


Explore, discover, enjoy and stay safe.


SingaporeforKids thanks Travel + Leisure for putting this up online.