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Skiing With Kids At Club Med Yabuli In China

Skiing In China With Kids

Club Med Yabuli

Time to hit the slopes…in China!  Family skiers rejoice as Club Med has opened its first resort in China – Club Med Yabuli in Harbin. China’s largest ski resort located in the heart of a national park offers families the opportunity to learn and master the art of skiing under the watchful eyes of the instructors from the largest and most renowned ski school in the world, ESF (Ecole du Ski Français).

At Club Med Yabuli, you never have to leave the comfort of the resort if you choose. There are three restaurants, a gym, a heated pool, a Canadian bath, L’OCCITANE spa, an indoor flying trapeze, and a plethora of other activities for kids and adults on and off the slopes.

Like other Club Meds, Club Med Yabuli is home to Petit Club Med (from 2 years old to under 4 years), Mini Club Med (from 4 to under 11 years old) and Juniors’ Club Med® (from 11 to under 18 years old), so your children will be kept occupied and in lessons under the guidance of the friendly multilingual international staff.  Rest assured your precious offspring are in safe hands while you hit the slopes!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Skiing in China...why not give it a shot! The brand new all-inclusive resort makes it super easy for families.

Who It's Perfect For:

Families seeking entertainment and activities galore during a ski holiday.

What Else:​

Don't miss the excursion to the Harbin Tiger Park!  An hour from the resort, the park is the largest natural park for wild Siberian tigers in the world with over 500 purebred Siberian tigers. The park is also home to black pumas, lynx, lions, a lonesome but very majestic black bear, and the stunning white tigers. Admission is RMB350 per person.

Additional Info:​

Club Med Yabuli
Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China
www.clubmed.com

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