They are quite the travel duo! Evie, family travel blogger for @MumPackTravel and her daughter Emmie, 8, have been travelling the world for two years now and have filled their memories with incredible experiences and encounters. Today, let’s accompany them on their Club Med journey across Kabira and Bintan Island Resorts.
“One week-holiday to get a taste of Kabira and Bintan Island was a pure bliss! Discovering these destinations by experiencing water sports, getting lost in wonderful landscapes and immersing ourselves in the Asian culture was made perfect to re-energize and spend memorable moments with my dearest daughter,” Evie.
The pastel colours of Bintan Island 🌅
“It’s so peaceful here. Bintan has a certain calmness about it. The sunrises and sunsets are so soft and magic. Thus was our first visit to Club Med and we couldn’t have asked for more,” Evie, MumPackTravel.
“I made lots of friends at the Mini Club Med and I even got to have breakfast with my friends, and sign myself in and out of the Mini Club. It was the best fun. At Bintan, we had a foam party and mum and I danced in the foam for ages. I love it when mum is having fun with me at Club Med,” Emmie, 8 years old.
Discovering Kabira’s Hidden Treasures 🔷
“I think Kabira is the most beautiful resort…our time here was perfect. The resort and staff are wonderful, the water is incredibly clear and temperate and the guests are so much fun. We made so many friends from Japan, Korea and Taiwan. We will always treasure our memories from our stay at this beautiful resort,” Evie, MumPackTravel.
“There are so many sweet little nooks at Club Med, whether overlooking the water, surrounded by flowers or hidden away from the beach. I love that if you feel like you need some quiet time, it’s easy to find your own space and just zone out (while the kids are having the time of their lives in Mini Club),” Evie, MumPackTravel.
The ocean is your playground 🌊
“I feel safe in the water at Club Med because it is so blue and clear, and there are lots of lifeguards around me. Club Med is all about family and I love how everyone here is so happy playing in the water with their mums and dads. I love how the ocean makes me laugh like when my mum falls off the paddle boards. It’s so much fun,” Emmie, 8 years old.
“Stand Up Paddleboarding was so much fun, I had a race with some Japanese boys we made friends with and I won! Mum kept falling off,” Emmie, 8 years old.
“The snorkelling at Kabira is amazing. There are so, so many fish and delicate corals and sea grass. We would swim out to the buoy and float back in on the current, over so many colourful fish and corals, spotting the clown fish that live in the anemones. We also loved the water sports and tried wind surfing, standup paddle boarding and kayaking,” Evie, MumPackTravel.
“We were here every day for aqua fitness and pool games. It was the highlight of our day because Emmie and I had such a great time together…we had so, so many laughs with other guests and the vibe is just so warm and positive. Exercising is meant to be fun, right?” Evie, MumPackTravel.
Fun-filled days with activities & the Mini Club 😄
“One of the things I love about Club Med is how infectious the fun is – you are quite literally smiling all the time! Dancing around the swimming pool in my bikini, jumping in and playing team games – I never would have thought I’d be doing this! But it’s just so much fun and everyone is so happy – you can’t help but be part of it,” Evie, MumPackTravel.
“I love how when you fall you get this feeling that is really good in your belly because you know you’re safe and that you did your best. And it feels so good to know you’re capable of doing tricks. Doing the batman where you hang on your toes is really fun. Everyone cheers you on and I love how all the people are really nice on the trapeze – the Circus Team is my favourite,” Emmie, 8 years old.
“We made tie dye t-shirts, played slip and slide and did trapeze and so many other fun things at Mini Club. I love that at Club Med I can have fun with my friends and with my family. It feels like a home, but even more fun because you don’t have to unload the dishwasher or clean your room,” Emmie, 8 years old.
“I love how the Mini Club always has exciting activities like the Mini Club Show. You get all dressed up and perform in the theatre. I like how everybody has a chance to do something in the show. It’s really fun and makes you confident. Sure you get stage fright but you complete things that you never thought you could do, like singing and dancing in front of a big audience,” Emmie, 8 years old.
And…safety first of course! 👌
“Emmie had such freedom at Club Med because I felt so confident in the staff at Kabira. She checked herself in and out of Mini Club and ate meals with her friends. It’s so empowering for children to be able to make decisions for themselves, and it’s a super safe environment to let them take their first steps towards independence,” Evie, MumPackTravel.
“These lifeguards here make me feel so safe, they are always watching me at the beach and the pool. The ones at the pool are lots of fun too and they make funny jokes and make me laugh,” Emmie, 8 years old.