Save up to 40% and S$300 per couple for an all-inclusive holiday to popular destinations such as Japan, Maldives, Indonesia and Europe

SINGAPORE, 29 July 2019 – Start planning your Club Med holiday at the NATAS Travel Fair 2019, happening from 2 – 4 August 2019, at the Singapore Expo with great deals not to be missed! With resorts located in the most beautiful places on Earth, guests can choose to relax by the beach in Indonesia; dive into crystal clear waters in Maldives; or ski to your heart’s content in Hokkaido, Japan. After all, Club Med promises an all-inclusive holiday like no other, to enjoy a fun-filled, stress-free vacation with your loved ones!

Indonesia – Relax by the beach and bring home new experiences
In a Club Med-commissioned survey in April 2019 about the travel preferences of Singaporeans and their regional counterparts, Club Med found that Singaporeans love both their beach and cultural holidays. This makes Indonesia the perfect vacation spot for a quick getaway.

With Club Med Bintan Island just an hour ferry ride away, Singaporeans can enjoy a relaxing beach vacation and bring home new experiences with the family, trying out various activities from sports to wellness to culinary. The newly launched Amazing Family program, packed with fun-filled adventure, also offers families the perfect opportunity to bond together. Plan a beach getaway with the family at NATAS Travel Fair 2019 – save up to 35% and get FREE ferry ride!

Maldives – Soak up the sun and swim in the bright turquoise waters
In that same survey, 60% of respondents shared that the top reason going away on a vacation was to unwind and relax, and the Maldivian Club Med resorts are perfect for doing just that. At Club Med Kani, families and couples can dive into the underwater world together and experience the Maldives’ amazing biodiversity first-hand. Take the chance to soar through the skies with the flying trapeze, a signature activity at all resorts, or simply chill at the newly opened Manta Lounge. Save up to S$150 per person for bookings made at NATAS Travel Fair 2019.

Located just 5 minutes away from Kani are the villas at Club Med Finolhu – meant just for adults, this resort provides couples with artisanal experiences along with bespoke services. Maldives, the slice of heaven on Earth, offers the ultimate balance between couple time and family time – no excuse to say no to a trip to the Indian Ocean at only S$1,524 per adult!

Japan – Ski away and create happy memories at Sahoro and Tomamu
38% of the Singaporean respondents enjoy snow holidays as well, the most of all the other 10 nationalities surveyed. The Club Med Sahoro and Tomamu, both located in Hokkaido, Japan, are paradises for ski lovers and adventure seekers. Furthermore, as the two resorts are all-inclusive, sign on for ski and snowboard lessons at no extra cost!

Club Med Sahoro offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese and nuanced modernity with its recent refurbishments, giving it a fresh new look while preserving the beauty and splendor of the Ainu culture. Infused with modern Japanese hospitality, Club Med Tomamu knows how to strikes a balance between thrilling adventures and endless activities that caters to everyone. Plan a snow holiday with loved ones in the trendiest ski resort in Japan to create unforgettable memories – deals for 6D5N are at S$100 off per person!

Europe – Ski lovers’ paradise in the French Alps and quaint mountain villages in Italy
Aside from Asia and Indian Ocean, special rates will also be offered for their resorts in Europe, from France to Italy. The promotions will feature top European favourites, from Europe’s highest and charming ski domains in the French Alps to picturesque mountain villages in Italy. These include Club Med's Grand Massif Samoëns Morillon, Club Med Pragelato Vialattea, and more.

The survey Club Med commissioned is the Happy Few online survey. Responses were gathered from 11 APAC markets in Q1 2019, from over 5,500 accomplished individuals who are users of premium hospitality brands.

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