Raffles Hainan has announced it will launch the first ever Raffles Kid’s Camp this summer from 1 July to 31 August 2016.


Every day throughout the summer the resort will be offering children aged 4 to 12 the chance to join the exclusive Kid’s Camp, which can be booked on a full day or half day basis. The activities, running from 9am to 6pm, aim to highlight the beautiful natural environment of Raffles Hainan and offer children fun filled days in the sun.




All of the activities take place at the resort’s tropical gardens, landscaped swimming pools, Raffles Rascals Kid’s Club, and at the beautiful white sandy beach at Clearwater Bay. Activities include Flora Hunts where children can learn about the natural flowers and plants that grow in the area, Catch the Crab where children will explore the beach and learn about what they find, and various arts and crafts classes will broaden young minds by introducing creative uses for recyclable products, in line with the resort’s existing environmentally friendly initiatives.


Other excitement can be found in the form of the numerous fun games on offer, including water balloon challenges, kite flying, treasure hunts and boating, while the daily cooking classes gives children the opportunity to make their favourite food. 







"We are delighted to be launching our Raffles Kid’s Camp for the first time,” said Kent Si, Executive Assistant Manager at Raffles Hainan. “A lot of thought has gone into the development of the activities and we are confident we will be providing our younger VIPs with days of learning about the local environment, and of course having fun in this beautiful location.”


Families wishing to experience the kid’s camp can take advantage of the Raffles Kid’s Camp Offer that includes round trip transportation from Sanya Phoenix International Airport, daily breakfast, an extra bed and breakfast for one child under the age of 12 per stay, one full day at the Raffles Kid’s Camp including lunch for one child and 20% off the Raffles Kid’s Camp when booking additional days and/or children. Other benefits families can expect to receive at the resort include a children’s backpack filled with gifts upon arrival and children’s amenities in the room.


The Raffles Kid’s Camp is taking place every day from 1 July – 31 August. A full day at the camp from 9am – 6pm is priced at CNY 388 net including lunch. Half days at the camp can also be booked from either 9am – 12.30pm or from 2.30pm – 6pm and are priced at CNY 188 net.


The Raffles Kid’s Camp Offer starts from CNY 1,270++ per night and is valid until 31 August 2016. Please contact Raffles Hainan via their dedicated family hotline on +86 898 8335 8608, email reservations.hainan@raffles.com or visit  www.raffles.com/hainan for more information and reservations.



Raffles Hainan features 299 elegant guestrooms and suites, starting from 80 sqm – the largest in Sanya. Each room enjoys magnificent ocean and golf course views from your private balcony. Offering even greater levels of privacy and exclusivity, 32 exquisitely appointed Private Villas are located by the beach. Each offers a private pool and garden, and access to a private Clubhouse, which offers a restaurant, gym, library and a relaxation lounge. Dining is a highlight at Raffles Hainan with five superb restaurants including Italian, Chinese, Asian and Western cuisines; the legendary Raffles’ Long Bar is also travelled to Hainan. The original Long Bar shares an important history with Hainan, as it was Ngiam Tong Boon a bartender from Hainan who first created the world-famous Singapore Sling in 1915. An ideal destination for high-level meetings, events and paradise weddings, Raffles Hainan has a 790 sqm ballroom, complemented by seven multifunctional meeting rooms. The duplex beachfront Pavilion is a uniquely romantic venue for beach weddings, banquets and anniversary celebrations. The first Raffles Spa in China is a sumptuous 1,400 sqm sensory retreat designed to resemble a small Chinese village. It represents the Raffles Spa philosophy of transformation with treatments inspired by the three stages of the lotus flower’s growth: Bud (body), Blossom (beauty) and Bloom (development). raffles.com/hainan


SOURCE: Raffles Hainan