Centara uncovers a 'Lost World'

Centara uncovers a 'Lost World'

The attraction's outdoor play area features a three-level playground complete with slides, trampolines, a raft activity, a playground tower, and a digging pit where young archaeologists can excavate dinosaur bones.
The attraction's outdoor play area features a three-level playground complete with slides, trampolines, a raft activity, a playground tower, and a digging pit where young archaeologists can excavate dinosaur bones.

Centara Hotels & Resorts has announced the launch of The Lost World Adventure Land at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya.

The new attraction features various indoor and outdoor activities, including thrilling aerial rides.

The outdoor play area also features a three-level playground complete with slides, trampolines, a raft activity, a playground tower, and a digging pit where young archaeologists can excavate dinosaur bones.

Children can unleash their creativity in the indoor zone which features a sprawling arts and crafts area. Kids can become junior chefs for the day and learn the basics of baking and decorating in lively cooking classes led by the resort's team of chefs at the cooking studio.

As part of the indoor zone, The Cave provides a safe environment in which to enjoy family-friendly entertainment, including the chance to play with wooden toys, experience a soft-play kids' cinema which screens age-appropriate films, and a giant, soft Lego set.

David Good, executive vice-president for hotel operations at Centara Hotels & Resorts, said Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya is already one of the most famous family-themed resorts in Thailand and Asia.

"With the addition of The Lost World Adventure Land attraction, we are proud to offer guests an enhanced experience to share happy, memorable moments with their families," Mr Good said.

Located on Wong Amat Beach in North Pattaya, Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya is a Lost World-themed destination hotel located directly on a 230-metre stretch of beach with its jungle, waterpark and diverse attractions making it a nice destination for families as well as Mice (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) events for Thailand's tourism and Mice industries.


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