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Experience Kung Fu Panda Academy at Sheraton Macao Hotel
     2015-June-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    THIS summer, Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central invites guests of all ages to experience first-hand the magic of DreamWorks animation with the launch of the Kung Fu Panda Academy.

    This limited-time, interactive academy where “legend tells of a legendary warrior whose kung fu skills were the stuff of legend” is an exciting new addition to the family offerings at Sheraton Macao Hotel. Combined with a summer package that lets kids stay, play and eat for free, it’s the perfect way for children to learn kung fu moves during the summer school break and for families to share an extraordinary experience together.

    Available from July 4 to Sept. 30, the Kung Fu Panda Academy will be a five-zone interactive obstacle course that challenges children’s physical abilities and problem-solving skills and encourages their creativity. Families can escape the daily hustle and bustle and enjoy this immersive experience with the Kung Fu Panda Summer Package, which includes ferry tickets, accommodations and special dining or spa offers starting at just HKD$1,498.

    “Our goal is to create unforgettable experiences that children and parents can enjoy together, and the Kung Fu Panda Academy is a great example of Sheraton Macao Hotel’s commitment to diversifying its family offerings,” said Daniella Tonetto, general manager of sales and marketing, Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central and The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central.

    “We are confident the Kung Fu Panda Academy will bring a lot of fun and excitement to families and guests visiting our property this summer.”(SD News)

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