Meet a baby orang-utan
There are lots of exciting activities for children to try out at Shangri-La's resort hotels from learning flying trapeze to admiring an adorable orang-utan
Posted: 25 August 2011
Luxury Asian hotel group Shangri-La has introduced a new series of children’s activities at its resort hotels. For example, at the Rasa Sentosa in Singapore, children can learn juggling, yoga, rock climbing and flying trapeze; at the Tanjung Aru in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, activities include pastry-making, kite-flying, garland-making and pitch-and-putt; the Rasa Ria also has an orang-utan orphanage where children can be a ranger for the day and help tend for the baby orang-utans; while the Rasa Sayang on Penang has a huge children’s club with its own café, pool, waterslides and activities. Children under-12 stay and eat for free when sharing a room with parents at all resort hotels.
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