Nifty local travel accessories that help you save precious luggage space

Regular travel is becoming more and more common, and we are becoming less and less inclined to queue up for checked in luggage. Here are a few great items that can save you some extra space in your luggage, and help you travel with carry-on bags only.

1.    Hanging toiletry kit
Samsonite, retailing from SGD$55.
This handy toiletry bag will not only save space in your suitcase, but will also save space in the bathroom. Hang the bag on the back of the door, or the towel rack, and keep your counter top clutter-free. The spacious zippered main compartment has six divided mesh pockets for bottles, two interior zippered pockets for smaller grooming tools, and six elasticised holders for combs and brushes.


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