Roadtripping: Future Music Festival Asia

All the essentials you need for one epic music festival

58 music acts. Three days. One massive party.

The Asian edition of the Future Music Festival is taking place in Kuala Lumpur from 13 to 15 March 2014, and if you're afraid of flying like Eric Prydz, forget about planning flights, why not road trip your way up instead? We've got everything you need to know here, so gear up for the drive. 

PS: If you haven’t got tickets, you can still purchase them

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Destination Known

Don’t waste any time getting lost, outfit your vehicle with a reliable GPS. Go big or stay home with TomTom Via 620’s (S$299) roomy 6in touch screen, and map out the correct route to Kuala Lumpur. It even has fixed speed camera alerts to keep you in the know about potential speed cameras lurking ahead.

Roadtripping: Future Music Festival Asia

If you’d prefer your directions in app form, Waze is available across all three mobile platforms to set you on the right path. 

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Let me entertain me

Don’t kid yourself, even if you've got the most entertaining roadtrip company, you’ll be bored at some point during the drive. Keep the boredom at bay with some techie fun and games in the form of the Sony PS Vita Slim (S$299).

Roadtripping: Future Music Festival Asia

Or, get more entertainment versatility out of large-screen tablets like the iPad Air (from S$688) or the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (from S$1098). But don't you dare check your email.

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Tune in to tune out

Being confined in a small space with people for too long can lead to broken friendships even before you arrive in Kuala Lumpur. Give one another the illusion of personal space by putting on some headphones.

Sink your ears into the plush BeoPlay H6 Over-Ear headphones (S$649) or Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones (S$299); you won’t be embarrassed to be seen with them on during the festival either.

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