Our future holiday to Club Med Bali is just a dream for the moment. But instead of wallowing in travel-ban misery, we’re keeping our spirits high with the fabulous, #ClubMedatHome, designed to encourage families to share, relax and reconnect at home.

Happiness is always the core emotion that every Club Med holiday is built around. We visited Club Med Bintan Island last year and it still makes me so happy whenever I think of the delicious never-ending food, cocktails, beaches, entertainment and kids’ club. So while we can’t experience that same happiness right now, #ClubMedatHome is there to spread a glimmer of positivity.

This initiative introduces a series of home-based activities designed to bring Club Med’s popular offerings directly to your home. From exclusive recipes, expert training workouts and entertainment for the whole family, Australian’s can take advantage of these moments together to share, relax and reconnect.

“It is our priority to spread positivity and project the ever-needed spirit of optimism while staying vigilant. #ClubMedatHome encourages people around the world to make the best out of the situation and continue to find joy in the little things that can be done at the comfort of their homes”, said Xavier Desaulles, CEO of Club Med APAC Markets.

Get Fit

With #ClubMedatHome’s series of destination workout videos, you can start your day with a yoga session in Italy, or ‘fly’ to the Maldives for an intense HIIT class. The classes are led by Club Med’s very own Gentle Organisers (G.Os) out of some of the most beautiful locations in the world.

#clubmedathome fitness

Kids Club Fun

One of the highlights of our Club Med holiday was the kid’s club (our kids still talk about all the fun activities).  #ClubMedatHome includes family-friendly fun and games designed to replicate Club Med’s signature kids club. The young (and the young-at-heart) will get to enjoy activities such as music time with babies, downloadable colouring pages, family game night (game sheets included) and even how to make your own DIY Zen Garden.

Delicious Food

Club Med is famous for its scrumptious food. And now #ClubMedatHome gives you the chance to recreate the resort’s most popular meals in your own kitchen. Unleash your inner chef with easy-to-follow DIY Club Med recipes, including the legendary White Chocolate Bread.

#clubmedathome recipes


And of course, let’s not forget the fabulous late-night entertainment. Keep the Club Med spirit alive with a virtual dance party jamming to Club Med’s ‘Crazy Signs’ Spotify playlist. Get the whole family in on the fun and show off your dance moves on social media – don’t forget to tag @clubmed and #ClubMedatHome while you’re at it.

Virtual Tours

If you need to escape (virtually), you can take a 360-degree virtual resort tour that will take you to breathtaking Club Med resorts around the world with beautiful landscapes, immersive activities and more.

The full range of #ClubMedatHome activities can be found on www.clubmed.com.au/l/clubmedathome.

Have you visited a Club Med resort? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • ive never been to a club med.


  • Love this, so creative and good promotion for Club Med.


  • I’ve not been to one before. Sounds good.


  • I’ve never bern to one before as it hasn’t appealed


  • Opportunities to look at travel online is welcome!


  • No me neither.


  • No I’ve never been before


  • Very interesting


  • I have never heard them before.


  • Never been to a club Med resort or any such holiday with my kids but would love to. To be honest, a couple of nights away anywhere will be nice.


  • No I never have but it sounds wonderful.


  • It will be a good idea to go on a holiday after this is all over.


  • I love all the virtual tours you can do during these times.


  • All nice ideas. Anything to take your mind off being at home.


  • No we haven’t but looks and found a awesome


  • I would love to visit a Club Med resort if i Had the money. It definitely sounds fun for all ages


  • Sounds like they cater for all ages and provide plenty of entertainment -would not be my choice though …..


  • interesting way of keeping your business alive, very creative


  • I’ve been to one in the Whitsundays, and I wasn’t impressed. Wouldn’t go back.


  • I’ve never been but heard great things


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