Fusion has introduced a suite of family-friendly kids’ activities and exclusive stay packages just in time for summer school holidays.
The activities have been specially designed to help children put down their digital devices and engage with nature and their own creativity, with experiences ranging from feeding deer and kayaking in the surf to making traditional Vietnamese crafts, riding a zipline, and tending fresh fruit and vegetable gardens.
At Fusion Suites Vung Tau, families can stay active together with mountain biking, stand-up paddle-boarding in the ocean, and cooking classes. Priced from 8,650,000 dong (US$368), the two-night Summer Fun Family Package includes a cooking class, transportation to and from Saigon, a spa treatment, high tea, nightly cinema, complimentary Kids Club access, and more.
Young guests at Alba Wellness Valley in Hue can learn the traditional crafts of central Vietnam. There is also a farm and deer garden on site, where kids can pick out eggs delivered by cage-free hens, tend to flowers, as well as feed and interact with the local deer. Meanwhile, older kids can seek an adrenaline rush at the resort’s high wire adventure course, featuring 32 challenges.
Maia Resort Quy Nhon offers plenty of beach activities, with complimentary kayaking, paddle-boarding, sandcastle-building, and more. There are also cooking classes and art workshops, where young visitors can engage with the local culture.
The Fusion Farm at Fusion Resort Cam Ranh lets kids learn about sustainable growing practices and the importance of biodiversity and protecting the environment. They get to pick fresh fruit, harvest vegetables, and even pick freshly-laid free-range eggs for their morning breakfast.
Other activities include tennis and badminton lessons (with free ice cream afterward), yoga classes and the daily Kids Cinema screening.