From winter wonderlands to tropical escapes, these countries are where some celebrities decided to travel for the holidays.
The holidays are meant to be spent with loved ones, but that doesn’t mean we have to stay cooped up at home! These Filipino celebrities took this chance to celebrate the festive season abroad, traveling to visit family and get a change of scenery.
The cold weather didn’t stop them from exploring the streets of Tokyo and going out to shop. Evangelista even stopped by a themed cafe dedicated to the K-pop group Seventeen. “Japan … always and always so much fun,” she wrote on Instagram.
Catriona Gray and the Heussaff family both traveled to Australia to spend Christmas and the New Year with their loved ones.
Gray reunited with her parents in the small town of Margaret River, just south of Perth. Her Instagram feed is full of local cuisine, a day of wine tasting, and the beautiful sights western Australia has to offer.
Meanwhile, Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff counted down to the New Year with their daughter Dahlia in Melbourne. The family visited Melbourne Museum, Royal Botanic Gardens, Rottnest Island, and other destinations. They also posted a video of the three of them watching the “last light of the year” by the beach.
Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico traveled to Argentina to spend the holidays in Bolzico’s home country of Argentina.
Heussaff’s Instagram posts are full of adorable photos with her two daughters and Bolzico’s side of the family. Although a storm caused a power outage during Christmas, they still “had fun and made it memorable,” wrote Heussaff.
The United Kingdom And The Maldives
Pia Wurtzbach and Jeremy Jauncey spent the holidays jet-setting through Scotland, England, and the Maldives. They were in London for Christmas, visiting Wurtzbach’s sister and her family, where they stayed at the Savoy.
Then extending their holiday, they flew straight to the Maldives to enjoy some peace and quiet, recharging and spending time together.
“We’re doing a wellness retreat this time and ending the year with a focus on being, resetting, and spending time to reflect and make new plans for next year,” Wurtzbach wrote on Instagram.
Banner image via Instagram @solenn.