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ENRICHING EXPERIENCES IN ASIA FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
A family holiday can be more than infinity pools and beach resorts; travel can be an investment in education and Asia can be the classroom. For lovers of wildlife, kids can chase butterflies and save green sea turtles in Penang or splash about with elephants in Chiang Mai; families can explore China and learn to care for pandas or play with monkeys in Bali. In Tokyo kids can dress in kawaii fashion and then travel to Kyoto to make mochi and explore UNESCO sites. Ambitious children can practice their future careers at Bangkok’s most advanced learning centers or discover a whole new digital world at the Singapore ArtScience Museum. By exploring and interacting with other cultures, a holiday with the little ones can create lessons that last a lifetime.
New Family Itineraries From Remote Lands
ELEPHANTS, FISHING, AND TROPICAL THAI ISLANDS WITH THE KIDS IN TOW
Gather the whole family for a 10 day trip to Thailand, an ideal destination for families with kids of all ages due to its range of kid-friendly entertainment and experiences. Embrace Bangkok’s frenetic energy and explore the narrow canals by long-tail boat, taste the delicious street food, hear the clattering of coins in votive bowls, smell the sharp lemongrass while making tom yum soup, and cool down with water from a coconut. In the north, take in Chiang Mai’s misty mountains and lush green hills. Trek alongside the elephant, then have a hand in turning its waste into paper. Experience the famed tropical waters and sandy shores in the south at Soneva Kiri resort on Koh Kood. Kids will love dining in treetops, sampling 60 rotating flavors of ice cream, and snorkeling in the warm waters. Relish these good times with the whole family, inspiring stories everyone will reminisce over the years.
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FAMILY FUN FROM SINGAPORE TO LANGKAWI
In high-tech Singapore, create fantastical worlds with digital media, see ancient plants from around the world in futuristic bio-domes, and have the kids try different jobs in a kid-sized city. Get hands-on in Kuala Lumpur: interact with science at the Petrosains Discovery Center, mold a pewter bowl at a royal pewter factory, and climb almost 300 steps to a cave temple. Getaway to the Cameron Highlands to indulge in fresh strawberries and tea and trek its forests rich with incredible flora and fauna. In Penang, learn about conservation of butterflies and turtles, and preservation of colonial history and spices. Finally take to Langkawi to relax on its beaches and walk a bridge high in the sky. Make traveling as educational as it is fun and take learning from indoors to outdoors on this unforgettable family trip through Singapore and Malaysia.
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TAIWAN TOP TO BOTTOM WITH KIDS
In the capital city of Taipei, taste and make iconic pineapple cakes, see the world’s largest damper in action, get a lesson on Taiwan and China’s joint history at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. Release sky lanterns, challenge your imagination with rock formations, and see the labyrinthine village that inspired Ghibli Studio’s acclaimed Spirited Away. Head south to Taichung and see a giant squid, make bubble tea where it first started, and eat ice cream at an ophthalmic hospital where you can learn about the Japanese occupation and how it shaped modern day Taiwan. Discover Taiwan’s aboriginal culture at one of the nation’s most beautiful scenic areas, Sun Moon Lake. In the coastal Kaohsiung, engage in the flourishing southern Hakka culture by painting on paper umbrellas and pounding traditional tea, and learn how pineapples grow and pickle them, too. Who said learning couldn’t be fun?
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CHINA'S NATURAL WONDERS: NATIONAL PARKS AND PANDAS
This 13-day itinerary covers some of the major scenic attractions within China, including the West Lake, Yellow Mountain and the stunning Jiuzhaigou National Park. You'll not only see some of China's most-visited natural attractions, you'll visit places off the beaten path, such as the eco-touristic Zharu Valley on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau. Cap off your journey with an unforgettable visit with a Chinese icon – the giant panda – at the panda research base in the picturesque mountains of Bifengxia Panda Base.
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JAPAN WITH KIDS
Want to take the family to Japan? Then our Japan with Kids itinerary is for you! Eight days of child-friendly luxury travel taking in Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto, Nara and Osaka, packed with fun activities. With high-speed trains, deer-filled forests, and a relaxing soak in a natural hot spring - there’s something for everyone in the family. Sample unique local cuisine and even learn to make select Japanese delicacies that will wow your friends at home. Your kids can even learn to wrestle sumo style. Explore and catch a unique glimpse into Japanese culture and life during the day and enjoy the sweet life in your luxury hotels at night.
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5 EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR KIDS IN SINGAPORE
Singapore might be the most kid-friendly city in Asia. But, for parents looking to work their kids’ brains while on holiday, there are better options than taking them to a theme park or running pell-mell around the botanical gardens. Whether your kids are looking to scrabble about with animals or practice their future careers, the Lion City has educational options for parents looking to keep their kids engaged on vacation.
3 FUN WAYS TO TEACH YOUR KIDS ABOUT WILDLIFE IN BALI
There’s nowhere in Southeast Asia quite like Bali – the resorts, the food, surfing – but for parents wanting to take the opportunity to educate their kids, the boards and nightlife aren’t much of a classroom. getting away from the white sand at Seminyak, parents will find wildlife galore in Bali that can be experienced in safe, educational environments.
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6 KID-FRIENDLY PHUKET RESORTS THAT WILL ENTERTAIN AND EDUCATE
Family-friendly isn’t the first phrase that comes to mind when one thinks of Phuket; in fact, the first phrase that comes to mind when one thinks of Phuket probably isn’t even family-friendly. That said, for travelers willing to pay for the stretches of beach not yet bagsied by legions of tourists, they’ll find that resorts throughout Thailand’s biggest island have gone that extra mile to make things educational and interesting for younger travelers.
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