Best kids clubs in Asia: JW Marriott Hotel Macau

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

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