Fancy a fam­ily-friendly holis­tic well­ness is­land es­cape?

Out & About with Kids - - DID YOU KNOW...? -

Club Med Bin­tan Is­land, (which is in In­done­sia, but only a short ferry ride from Sin­ga­pore), re-opens on 27 Novem­ber 2016 af­ter un­der­go­ing a mag­i­cal makeover that has seen the whole re­sort re-imag­ined as a fam­ily-friendly holis­tic well­ness es­cape!

The well­ness theme extends to the mul­ti­ple Kids Clubs, for tiny trav­ellers through to teens (aged 17 years), of­fer­ing ded­i­cated, ageap­pro­pri­ate ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing cir­cus school, a petit chef pro­gram, sand paint­ing and cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ences like tie-dye­ing. There’s also fam­ily yoga by the sea at sun­rise and sun­set, stand-up pad­dle board­ing and twi­light trapeze.

Cater­ing to Aus­tralian tastes for hol­i­days that com­bine stun­ning set­tings with pam­per­ing and well­ness, the re­sort of­fers fam­i­lies jaw-drop­ping nat­u­ral beauty; unique ex­pe­ri­ences for body and mind; and de­li­cious, healthy cui­sine – served with a side of au­then­tic In­done­sian cul­ture.

Bin­tan Is­land, for­merly known as ‘Pi­rate Is­land’, has a rich his­tory thanks to its lo­ca­tion along the In­dia-China trad­ing route – in the 12th Cen­tury it was a hide­out for smug­glers and pi­rates who plun­dered trea­sures from pass­ing ships!

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