Have a Blast at This Weekend Camp in Guangzhou

By Sponsored, December 1, 2020

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‘What is K20?’ you might be wondering. ‘K’ means ‘Kids,’ who represent nearly 20% of the total population in China and make up 100% of the future. 

Shangri-La K20 program focuses on children’s growth and brings them an exclusive opportunity to develop their independence and confidence in life, helping them grow healthy and happy.

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K20 by Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou creates interactive and inspiring experiences for children to learn valuable skills and practice role-play with Shangri-La’s expert trainers and professionals.

With their signature experience, they teach children how to cook with trained chefs, practice how to clean with caring housekeepers and understand safety and security to protect themselves and loved ones.

Weekend camp in the park is primetime family fun, especially if you have been craving the outdoors.

Fun Games

Kite Fly 

Enjoy flying kites with new friends and family and interact with nature.

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Handmade Soap

Educate kids on the importance of protecting our environment with hand-making activities.

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Weekend Camp

Admission Tickets
RMB88 net

Fun Package
RMB 128 net

Educational Class
RMB100 net

Art&Craft Activity
RMB100 net

*Art & Craft Activities, one-day advanced booking is required

[Images provided by Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou]

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