While many prefer to fly to an exotic destination on a holiday, Mr Kevin Raja and his family hit the road on a charity drive.
They recently drove 5,403km over 12 days to help needy children in Cambodia.
Leaving Singapore on Nov 28, Mr Kevin, 53, travelled with his wife, Mrs Selvarani, 51, and three of their children – Sacshi, 20, Ussha, 15, and Gobinesh, 12 – in a Mazda3 car.
Their eldest son, Sakthi, 24, could not go because of work.
“I like long drives. Initially, I wanted to travel with my friends and make stops in Malaysia and Thailand for goodwill work. But because they couldn’t make it, I decided to travel with my family,” said Mr Kevin, who works as a regional data protection officer at Ace Stallion Consultancy.