AKA's top travel tips

By Oluthando Keteyi - 27 March 2019Views : 1302


After collecting a victory in Los Angeles, AKA who is no stranger to international travel was spotted in Istanbul celebrating his Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award.

Thanks to a heart-warming Instagram campaign from his daughter Kairo, Supa Mega became the first rapper to win the award in the Favourite South African Star Category.

The avid traveller has visited several international travel destinations and always seems to have an amazing time, here are a few of his top travel tips:

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How do you prepare for an international trip?

Normally I get a haircut and throw all my clothes into a bag 30 minutes before I have to leave. Then I check if I have my passports and then make a run for it.

Window or aisle?

Window.

Must-pack item?

Gym clothes.

 

What were the top 5 things you needed to pack for this trip to Istanbul?

Portable charger, Reebok sneakers, my Rolex, my laptop and an open mind.

Which country stands high on your bucket list?

Japan.

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What are your top travel tips?

Follow the rules.

What’s your travel style?

Move fast to get to where you want to be. Be prepared for absolutely anything.

Some travelling hacks, which are generally not known by people?

Make sure you get a plug who works at the airport to take you through VIP customs and check-in.

Travel motto?

If it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t.

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Favourite airline? And why?

Turkish Airlines, of course! I mean have you seen their 5-star Business Class?! They have an onboard chef which makes my selective food and drink choices a breeze and the fact that they offer a free Istanbul Tour for Turkish Airlines passengers with a layover of between 6-24 hours. That’s exploring 2 countries with one ticket!