Exciting, enticing and exotic, Asia is home to many of the world’s most desirable resort destinations. This region captures the imagination like no other, allowing families to come together in a spirit of discovery and adventure. But resort destinations aren’t all about building sandcastles on a beach; from idyllic islands to imposing forts, blissful bays to wild wetlands, this region gives parents an array of unique opportunities to reconnect with their kids, and each other.
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What this attractive Chinese city lacks in sun, sea and sand, it more than makes up for in natural beauty. Wuxi is home to more than 3.5 million people, but it is surrounded by a collection of lakes and wetland parks that feel a million miles away from the bustling city. One of these is Liang Hong National Wetland Park, where guests can stroll, sail or simply soak up the lush surroundings.
Close to this exquisite park is Radisson Blu Resort Wetland Park Wuxi, which is nestled in a landscape of ponds, rivers and gardens. Guests can enjoy choice of restaurants, two bars and an indoor pool.
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The coastal town of Alibaug is a popular destination for residents of nearby Mumbai seeking a break from the city. This is not a standard seaside destination, however; Alibaug has a rich history. Kolaba Fort, which sits offshore, dates from the 17th Century and can be reached by wading at low tide. Families can also visit temples or enjoy horse and carriage rides down the beach.
The Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Alibaug is the leading hotel in this alluring destination. Surrounded by gardens and pools, this tranquil resort features a choice of rooms, suites and villas, an outdoor pool, kids’ pool, spa, entertainment area and two restaurants.
Bali is the quintessential Asian resort island. Beautiful beaches and an ideal climate lure millions of visitors to the “Island of the Gods” every year. But while many visitors are first attracted by Bali’s sandy shores, most return for its captivating culture. The island’s enchanting water temples, mouth-watering cuisine and warm hospitality never fail to delight.
Radisson Blu Bali Uluwatu showcases the island’s rich cultural heritage through its authentic architecture. Families can chill out in the pool, spa and visit two of Bali’s best beaches and surfing spots, which are located nearby.
Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Nestled in the azure sea just off Vietnam’s south coast, Phu Quoc is a gorgeous gem-shaped island fringed by soft sandy beaches. In recent years, the “Pearl Island” has welcomed a wealth of new tourist attractions, including a theme parks, safari adventures and a dramatic oversea cable car. But Phu Quoc still retains an authentic and local feel, especially in its villages, temples and markets.
The newly-opened Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc is a luxurious haven of tranquillity and activities on island’s stunning sandy coast. Guests have a choice of accommodation, including beachfront pool villas, plus outdoor pools and excellent restaurants. The restaurant's interiors are also a design lover's dream!
Denarau Island, Fiji
Denarau Island has all the benefits of being an island - seclusion, sandy beaches and year-round sunshine - while also being fully accessible. Connected to Fiji’s largest island by a causeway, Denarau is less than 10km from Nadi International Airport. Guests have a choice of resort experiences, including world-class restaurants, golf courses and a marina for offshore excursions.
Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island is nestled in four hectares of tropical gardens with its own private beach. Families have a wide range of activities to keep all ages happy, including a kids’ club, six F&B outlets, four lagoon pools and a white-water tunnel slide.
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