Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay announces the opening of its new Umah Rare Kids’ Club, an innovative and sustainability-focused activity hub sensitively designed with the Resort’s youngest guests in mind.
Operating daily from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm for a maximum of 15 children, Umah Rare - meaning “house of children” - is a magical journey of discovery for young explorers, offering a daily-changing program of activities that speak to Bali’s rich cultural tapestry and natural beauty.
“Our objective is to inspire young minds, foster creativity, and encourage a lifelong love for the environment,” comments Randy Shimabuku, General Manager, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay. “Our young guests will have the opportunity to engage with Balinese nature, arts and culture and learn about sustainability in a fun and meaningful way.”
Mirroring the Resort’s commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, the Umah Rare Kids’ Club proudly advocates eco-friendly practices. All materials used to build and decorate the Club are locally sourced, safe for children, and plastic-free.
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