91 Look­ing East

Jo­ce­line Yan re­vis­its a re­sort steeped in child­hood nos­tal­gia, and con­firms that it ’s j ust as en­joy­able as an adult.

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Take a trip down mem­ory l ane at Club Med Cher­at­ing


It’ s funny what can set you off when you re­turn to a fa­mil­iar des­ti­na­tion. For me, it was the bend in the road lead­ing to Club Med Che rat­ing which made my heart aflut­ter. Maybe it was see­ing t he pic­turesque beach flank­ing the ho­tel that got me ex­cited for some se­ri­ous sun time, or maybe it was also Club Med’s prom­ise of a bed­room with panoramic views of the ocean. Ul­ti­mately, it was the re­turn to Club Med Cher­at­ing as an adult which set the tone for my stay. As a ’90 skids who traipsed about the com­pounds, see­ing the fa­mil­iar sight soft he trapeze and splash pool ig­nite db outs of nos­tal­gia.


If you’ re like me and as an adult can ap­pre­ci­ate a hol­i­day with zero plan­ning, Club Med Che rat­ing is well-placed for that. As some­one whose ul­ti­mate goal was to get home with at an, I found that the usual hide­outs are still abun­dant along Club Med’s beach. Ven­ture away f rom Bayou Bar ( with a drink in hand, of course) and you’ll be wel­comed by empty beaches, with only t he most stun­ning of sun­sets to greet you as night f alls . No need for the Kid’ s Club this time around, just se­ri­ous com­fort, in­dul­gence and re­lax­ation.

The fa­mil­iar- look­ing set- up on well­groomed grounds

Don’t for­get your thrills! Try rock climb­ing on the Pan­tai side of the re­sort

The Zen Pool is re­served for adults

Good for younger sib­lings (and your in­ner big kid!) who want some se­ri­ous fun

En­ter Club Med Cher­at­ing for your ul­ti­mate es­cape

Food is in­cluded in your stay, so eat up!

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