Cre­at­ing Mag­i­cal Mem­o­ries For Your Fam­ily to Cher­ish

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Have a whale of a time dur­ing the next school hol­i­days by plan­ning your fam­ily va­ca­tion via Club Méditer­ranée, con­vivially known as Club Med. Be­stowed “Brand of the Year” by the 2015 World Brand­ing Awards, the French cor­po­ra­tion has been tailor­ing one-of-a-kind hol­i­day packages since 1950.

Club Med stands out among its com­peti­tors by of­fer­ing va­ca­tion­ers all-in­clu­sive itin­er­ar­ies. Pay a sin­gle sum to en­joy com­fort­able lodg­ings, fun sports, leisure ac­tiv­i­ties, buf­fet meals, and bot­tom­less drinks through­out the day. Come night­fall, Club Med takes on an air of revelry as crewmem­bers put on com­pli­men­tary per­for­mances com­plete with live mu­sic, com­edy, danc­ing, cir­cus acts and more. This has­sle-free con­cept al­lows guests to spend qual­ity time with their loved ones and to fully im­merse them­selves in fun and re­lax­ation rather than jug­gle a mil­lion de­tails at once. How of­ten do you have the luxury of leav­ing your wal­let in your room?

Club Med’s Sum­mer Hol­i­day Spe­cials won’t last for­ever, so make the best out of them while you can. Es­cape to the likes of Cher­at­ing Beach, Phuket, Bali, Bin­tan Is­land, Guilin or Kani for 4 days and 3 nights at gen­er­ously dis­counted prices (from RM1,165 for adults and RM639 for kids). Love­birds can plan a cou­ple’s retreat or a hon­ey­moon in Bali to en­joy the nov­elty of an adults-only Zen Pool be­fore danc­ing the night away be­neath twin­kling stars. Hon­ey­moon­ers also en­joy ex­tra com­pli­men­tary benefits at Club Med Kani in Mal­dives. On the other hand, out­doorsy types will be more taken in by Club Med Guilin. The re­sort holds lake­side Tai Chi lessons and other al fresco ac­tiv­i­ties within a moun­tain­ous na­tional park,

If the thought of fi­nanc­ing a large fam­ily trip gets you jit­tery, take note that there’s never been a bet­ter time to book a fam­ily hol­i­day with Club Med, as kids stay free at se­lected re­sorts for hol­i­days un­til April 2016 if you book by end of this June 2015. Par­tic­i­pat­ing re­sorts in­clude Cher­at­ing Beach, Bali, Phuket and Bin­tan Is­land. Good to know: Go­ing on a va­ca­tion with the whole fam­ily doesn’t mean hav­ing to sac­ri­fice one-on-one time with your spouse; Club

Med’s renowned Kids Club, open to kids aged 2-12 and teens up to 17 years old, serves as a babysit­ting or day care & ac­tiv­ity fa­cil­ity where kindly G.O.s (Gen­tle Or­gan­is­ers) take your young ones un­der their wing, thus giv­ing you peace of mind for some hours.

This sum­mer, Club Med Cher­at­ing Beach is step­ping up its game by cu­rat­ing ad­di­tional ac­tiv­i­ties for all ages at no ex­tra charge. For in­stance, one’s stay gen­er­ally comes with all-you-can-eat buf­fets, ac­cess to open bars, and end­less sports and recre­ational ac­tiv­i­ties. This June and July, how­ever, Cher­at­ing Beach’s so­cial cal­en­dar will be es­pe­cially packed as 2015 will also see the in­tro­duc­tion of Fam­ily Na­ture Fun at this re­sort. Ex­pect live mu­sic per­for­mances by jazzy sax­o­phon­ists, get your cre­ative juices flow­ing and your hands all colour­ful with art jamming, eco craft & mo­saic work­shops, and break a sweat at K-Pop dance classes. Get in touch with Mother Na­ture via healthy and holis­tic ac­tiv­i­ties. Foot­ball fans will ap­pre­ci­ate free coach­ing by for­mer Sin­ga­pore Na­tional Player Steven Tan while New Age prac­ti­tion­ers and health & well­be­ing en­thu­si­asts would deeply en­joy work­shops led by Elke Wollschon, a Ger­man ex­pert on raw food and es­sen­tial oils. All th­ese within an eco-na­ture re­sort nes­tled in a pro­tected rain­for­est. Don’t for­get to visit the tur­tle sanc­tu­ary close to this trop­i­cal par­adise!

May June and July make for one of your most mem­o­rable va­ca­tions yet!

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