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Ber­jaya Tioman Re­sort

Be­tween Kam­pung Paya and Kam­pung Tekek (09 419 1000/ www.ber­jaya­ho­ Ber­jaya Re­sorts are ad­mit­tedly a bit hit or miss, but the Tioman venue is ex­cep­tional. Spread over 200 acres of beau­ti­fully land­scaped grounds, the 18-hole golf course is much praised, but dig a lit­tle deeper and you’ll find nu­mer­ous fam­ily-friendly ac­tiv­i­ties in store. From jun­gle trekking and beach vol­ley­ball to ta­ble ten­nis and old-school ar­cade games, both in­door and out­door ac­tiv­i­ties are aplenty. Spa­cious, sturdy chalets, cute roam­ing cats and a gor­geous beach com­plete this great hol­i­day spot.

Club Med Cher­at­ing

HVOM, 29th Mile, Jalan Kuan­tanKe­ma­mam, Kuan­tan (03 2053 1888/ What can we say about Club Med’s childfriendly fa­cil­i­ties that hasn’t al­ready been said? Part of the fa­mous French chain, this lux­ury re­sort em­ploys an all-in­clu­sive con­cept for food, lodg­ings, fa­cil­i­ties, ac­tiv­i­ties, games and shows. Billed as a ‘Hol­i­day Pack­age’, the re­sort is a vil­lage lo­cated in the heart of an 80-hectare trop­i­cal park with 4km of fine sandy beaches. No age group is left out with Baby Club Med open for the wee ones (four months to two years old), Petit Club Med for two to un­der-fours, and Mini Club Med for kids aged four to ten years. Teenagers are catered for as well with Club Med Pass­world (open to those be­tween the ages of 11 and 18). Don’t for­get to pop by the tur­tle sanc­tu­ary next door to ed­u­cate the young ones in marine con­ser­va­tion.

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