5 Essential Things For Your Malta Trip

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Should you find yourself booking a trip to Malta. Here are a few items I would highly recommend and will most definitely come in handy whilst on your trip.

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1: A Cooler Backpack


I’m the proud owner of a cooler backpack and whilst out and about in Malta it saved me a good few euros. In my Malta blog you will find I rarely stop for food and I don’t eat out too much. This is because I packed and stored my food and drinks in my backpack. The backpack kept everything fresh and cool and was a convenient way to store everything in one place. My hotel was nice enough to store my Ice pack for me as my board was room only.

2: Water Bottle

These cool foldable water bottles are not only space efficient if needed to be but, funny unique and have a choice of five different colours. They also have a leak proof valve and are perfect for both hot and cold drinks. This is probably one of my best buys for travel and convenience.

3: Microfibre Lightweight Towel

As mentioned in my blog, Malta is surrounded by beautiful beaches and water. Whilst on your travels you may decide to take a dip or take a rest on one of the beaches, either way you can be prepared with one of these microfibre towels. Towels usually take up a lot of space but, these towels are space efficient and are very lightweight you wouldn’t even feel as if you are carrying a towel around.

4: Sensible lightweight footwear

Forget about bringing those sandals here! I doubt you’ll be wearing them much. Malta is a place to be explored so, if you want to get the most out of your trip, you will be venturing out and doing a lot of walking. Sensible lightweight footwear which still have a summer holiday look are definitely the best option. The beaches are also quite stoney too so, sensible footwear is a must.

5: Phone charger on the go

Don’t be like me and run out of phone battery. Especially when your in one of the most prominent places in the world! When I visited the Citadel my battery went, and I was not able to capture any pictures. Malta is definitely a place you really would not want this to happen. Take a charger on the go to avoid this or you will be extremely disappointed. I now own one of these chargers. Their small compact, easy to carry and work just a good as the more expensive ones.

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