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Little rich kids are living their best lives at over-the-top resorts

As family travel has evolved into a $500 billion industry, based on numbers from the Family Travel Association, properties are catering to their littlest guests in ways that reflect their locales

Little rich kids are living their best lives at over-the-top resorts
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Sarah Firshein | Bloomberg
During a six-month backpacking tour of Southeast Asia, Maximo and Sebastian Tuscano pit-stopped for four nights at the Andaman, a 178-room Luxury Collection resort on a lush bay in Langkawi, Malaysia. They marvelled at the fauna in the surrounding rainforest—the flying lemurs, dusky leaf monkeys, more than 300 species of butterflies—and swam in the lagoon-style swimming pool. They hunted hermit crabs, helped a marine biologist feed specimens at an on-site coral nursery, and participated in pirate-themed games and crafts. 

In all, it was the perfect way for Maximo and Sebastian, twin brothers, to celebrate their 4th birthday. 

“I wanted the children to

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First Published: Apr 28 2018 | 8:20 PM IST

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