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Kung Fu Panda Academy is popular over the summer.

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 07 October, 2015, 4:00pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 19 October, 2016, 4:51pm

Love Kung Fu Panda? Love the idea of learning kung fu at the Kung Fu Panda Academy (yes, it’s a thing)? Sorry, grown-ups, you can’t. But if you know any little people, aged 4-12, they can. And to be honest, they’d probably enjoy it more than you.

Thanks to the popularity of Sheraton Macao Hotel’s Kung Fu Panda Academy during the summer holidays, the hotel has extended the program through Jan 3, 2016.

The hotel’s Kung Fu Panda hotel package gives one night for two adults in a deluxe king or twin room, breakfast or lunch at a designated hotel restaurant and two Kung Fu Panda Academy entry tickets, with an option to use the Shine Spa.

Meanwhile kids stay and eat for free, which is just as well, as they’d rather be hitting each other than hitting the buffet. There’s not much hitting in evidence at the academy, though, which is more about navigating a five-zone interactive obstacle course that’s designed to challenge kids’ physical and problem-solving abilities alike.

Single sessions start from MOP200 ($194) per child (with free entry for one adult); while the Kung Fu Panda Package starts at $1,498.

Need more DreamWorks in your life? You can book family suite packages themed after Shrek, Kung Fu Panda or Madagascar, from $2,588. Prices do not include 10% service charge and 5% government tax.

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