Family fun: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is offering an Easter Family Treats package between April 18 and 20, priced at $2,288 a night in a deluxe room and $3,688 per night in a suite. One extra bed can be provided, although you can take up to two children. Prices include breakfast for two adults in The Cafe (breakfast free for children under eight, otherwise $150), plus one children's bath drawn by the bath butler with an array of baby toiletries as well as sponge toys, plastic animals and stick-to-the-wall alphabets (which can be taken home). At turndown, the kids will also find Easter Surprise treats as well as a complimentary mini terry bathrobe and cuddly lion. On April 19 a two-hour children's culinary class will be held by chef Wins Hung Chi-yin, who will make Easter bunny sponge cake. Classes start at 11am and 3pm, cost $380, and are open to children between seven and 12 years. Participants take home their creation, an apron and a chef's hat. Alternatively, on April 20, brunch will be available in the Harbour Room, along with live jazz, egg painting, colouring-in activities and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Available between 11.30am and 2.30pm, the brunch costs $488 for adults ($300 for children), including unlimited champagne. For all offers, call 2877 6666 for details ( www.ritz-carlton.com ). Back to Bali: According to Australian travel agency Flight Center, Australian tourists have begun returning to Bali. Despite Canberra's refusal to lift travel warnings advising Australians to avoid Indonesia, travellers are going to the holiday island where two terrorist bombs killed 202 people last October, 89 of them Australians. The number of overseas visitors arriving in Bali slumped from 5,500 to 700 a day immediately after the bombings, but the figure has risen to 2,000 a day in recent weeks, and is expected to reach 3,000 by June. Indonesia's Garuda Airlines and Australian national carrier Qantas, the two major airlines servicing the island, both plan to increase their flights to the region within weeks. Snow business: Catch the last of the Canadian ski season with Jardine Travel's five-day/three-night package to Whistler. Available until April 26, packages start at $7,488 and include round-trip economy flights on Air Canada, coach transfers along the stunning Sea to Sky Highway, accommodation in a suite at the Marquis Hotel and a three-day lift pass for Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Children can travel for $5,688 if sharing a room with two adults, and a surcharge of $1,800 is applicable over the Easter period (April 12 to 20). Call 2844 9648 for more details. Easter escape: Chinahotelweb has a range of four-day/three-night packages to the mainland, departing on April 17 and 18. Deals to Shanghai cost between $2,690 staying at the three-star Zhong Fu Hotel and $3,350 at the five-star Pudong Shangri-La ( www.shangri-la.com ); while Beijing packages are available at either the four-star Jinglun Hotel for $3,090 ( www.jinglunhotel.com ) or five-star Kerry Centre for $3,490. Prices are based on twin share and include round-trip economy flights on China Eastern Airlines or China Southern Airlines, daily breakfast and airport transfers. Call 2802 1081 for more information.