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AS THE March school holidays approach, Resorts World Genting promises to be a hive of activity this month.

Plenty of special and unique activities are planned across the resort, including themed decorations and activities at the SkyTropolis Funland indoor theme park, the BigTop video games park, Snow World and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Adventureland.

There will also be the global debut of the “CBeebies & Friends – ‘It’s Party Time!’ ” stage musical at the Genting International Showroom, bringing the stars of BBC’s children’s channel to life.

Visitors can expect plenty of dining options too to complete their trip.

“Personally, one of the establishments that I would recommend is Motorino, the first establishment in Malaysia from the brand hailing from Brooklyn that offers authentic Neapolitan pizza.”

At Motorino, families will be able to enjoy a special menu, showcasing thin-crust wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas with over 20 types of lavish toppings, traditional Italian pasta recipes, tangy meatballs as well as salads made from the freshest ingredients.

Families can also head to Madam Kwan’s. A storied establishment started by Kwan Swee Lian to serve elevated Malaysian hawker cuisine, the restaurant will feature four special set menus to choose from, with fried dumplings, satay, otak-otak, curry fish head, beef rendang, pan-fried tenggiri, claypot seafood beancurd and sambal petai prawns as well as cendol or sago gula melaka.

At the first Malaysian Tampopo eatery at SkyAvenue, children will be treated to a customised kid’s menu.

Children will be able to choose from Japanese favourites such as ebi tempura, chicken katsu ball, tamago yaki, takoyaki, curry and chicken teriyaki ramen at Tampopo, which has been voted as the Best Japanese Restaurant in Singapore by the Asia One People’s Choice Awards 2016. Each meal is served with soft-serve green tea ice cream.

Meanwhile, dim sum gets a cute makeover over at Wanhoi Yamcha.

The modern Cantonese restaurant opens early and throughout the day.

While dishes such as the Wanhoi BBQ Pork Belly, Crispy Ginger Chicken and Buttermilk Prawns are a feast for the whole family, children in particular will be taken by the special animal-shaped dim sum like the piggy zhu zai bao (BBQ pork bun, emoji-like salted egg yolk buns, mouse mochi and Birds in a Cage (baked pastry with lotus filling).

In addition to these special children’s menus, there is also a wide array of other eateries that will cater to all tastes, ranging from surf and turf at Burger & Lobster to the best of the country at Malaysian Food Street.

For details, call 03-6101 1118 or visit

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