Best kids clubs in Asia: JW Marriott Hotel Macau

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October 04, 2017

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    Imagine stepping into a wonderland that is almost the size of nine four-room HDB flats combined!

    Spanning 800sq m, this hotel boasts the world’s largest JW Kids’ Club.

    There’s a soft play area, an arts and craft area, and a reading tree, all done up to inspire children and get their imagination going.

    Your little ones will love jumping around in the pink and white Bouncy Gorge.

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    Meanwhile, the sturdy Climbing Spider Web  is sure to get even non-active kids up and about.

    There’s even a gaming room with arcade machines.

    Children can look forward to arts and craft workshops, stretching lessons, balloon artwork classes, towel origami classes, and more.

    Related: Best kids clubs in Asia: Soneva Kiri in Koh Hood, Thailand

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    Best for Three- to 17-year-olds; toddlers under three must be accompanied by an adult.

    Opening hours 9.30am to 9.30pm.

    How much From MOP$130 (S$22) for two hours per child and adult (hotel guests get 30 per cent off); some activities are chargeable, like the origami flower workshop, which costs MOP$80 per child. Hotel room rack rates start from MOP$5,000.

    Other kid-friendly highlights Children can get a haircut at the JW Kids’ Club Hair Salon and also enjoy a splashing good time at the pool slides.

    Find out more www.jwmarriottmacau.com

    Related: Best kids club in Asia: Hilton Bali

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Imagine stepping into a wonderland that is almost the size of nine four-room HDB flats combined! Spanning 800sq m, this hotel boasts the world’s largest JW Kids’ Club. There’s a soft play area, an arts and craft area, and a reading tree, all done up to inspire children and get their imagination going. Your little ones will love jumping around in the pink and white Bouncy Gorge. Meanwhile, the sturdy Climbing Spider Web  is sure to get even non-active kids up and about. There’s even a gaming room with arcade machines. Children can look forward to arts and craft workshops, stretching lessons, balloon artwork classes, towel origami classes, and more. Related: Best kids clubs in Asia: Soneva Kiri in Koh Hood, Thailand Best for Three- to 17-year-olds; toddlers under three must be accompanied by an adult. Opening hours 9.30am to 9.30pm. How much From MOP$130 (S$22) for two hours per child and adult (hotel guests get 30 per cent off); some activities are chargeable, like the origami flower workshop, which costs MOP$80 per child. Hotel room rack rates start from MOP$5,000. Other kid-friendly highlights Children can get a haircut at the JW Kids’ Club Hair Salon and also enjoy a splashing good time at the pool slides. Find out more www.jwmarriottmacau.com Related: Best kids club in Asia: Hilton Bali

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