Hiya, yes the mall is within walking distance, we did it twice during the evening. It's called Senzo mall and will take about 5mins to walk from Jungle Aqua Park.The McDonalds is great, the burgers really do look like the ones on the adverts here! I know it's not very cultural to be desperate for a McDonalds but a hangover after the foam party called for a big mac! The animation team take guests to a nearby club on a free shuttle bus, think it's called Havana's. We went a few times, the animation lads gave us some free drinks vouchers too and I'm sure you get your first drink free anyway on the Saturday night. That's also the foam party night...which was fab! They'd defiinitely enjoy it anyway. There is always Hurghada itself if they want to venture further for nightlife, there is Papa's beach bar on Hurghada marina as well as other bars. You also have Little Buddha which was good for music and a good old dance! The animation team made this holiday for us, they really go out of their way to help the young ones have a ball. You didn't say whether you had sons or daughters but the animation lads were great fun, they looked out for us on the trips to the club (Havana's is only a two minute drive from Jungle Aqua and they put on a bus to come back too). The other clubs/bars are mostly in Hurghada which I'd say is a good 30 minute taxi ride away, just make sure you negotiate a price with the driver before you set off. We were lucky enough to find a driver who gave us his number and we'd ring him to arrange for him to pick us up and collect us. We probably did pay over the odds a little, but to be fair the guy never let us down, in fact on two nights he parked up in Hurghada and waited for us...the entire time we were in the club, we'd already paid him so there was no reason for him to wait. Another night he actually met us at the door of a club at the agreed time, and on this occasion we got separated from friends who had the kitty, he even took us back on the understanding we would pay him the following day. He took our word that we would pay...which of course we did but he could have refused. He was more concerned about us getting back safe, and naturally we were so impressed he got a good tip, but peace of mind was worth it for us. When I say we paid over the odds - it was a drop in the ocean compared to taxi prices in England so still a bargain. So there are some good taxi drivers in Egypt, but of course common sense is required. Like I said if your kids are going to the local club its free on the mini bus and the hotel staff escort you - just be sure to find out what time the last bus back is.