An Indonesian hotel has lined up a summer holiday package with special attractions for children.
Hotel Ciputra Jakarta is offering the packages starting from as low as $55 for a single deluxe room with breakfast until September 30.
"Guests will also be able to take advantage of generous discounts at selected shops in Ciputra Mall, conveniently located directly below the hotel, with direct access to 250 exclusive shops, 40 restaurants, karaoke centre, cinemas, children's playground and many other places of entertainment," said a hotel spokesman.
"Other features of the package include 10 per cent discount on massage and aroma therapy, plus additional benefits for children under 12 years old (maximum two per family), including 50 per cent discount on meals, no additional charge for children sharing their parents' room, complimentary tickets to the children's playground and one free ice cream per child."
As part of the School Holiday Package, until July 31, Ciputra Mall Jakarta will be teaming up with Warner Bros to host a series of fun events such as Super Heroes, where youngsters will have the chance to meet some of their favourite heroes including Batman, Robin, Batgirl and Catwoman.
Hotel Ciputra Jakarta, a 292-room, four star hotel is managed by Swiss-Belhotel International.
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