KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia. The Star. August 8, 2013. (English). –THEMED Attractions and Resorts Sdn Bhd (Themed Attractions) celebrated Ramadan by opening the doors to KidZania Kuala Lumpur to 121 children aged between six to 14 from Rumah Hope, Rumah Lambaian Kasih and Pusat Jagaan Suci Rohani recently.
The initiative was part of its commitment to creating a positive impact on society under its outreach programme.
Themed Attractions managing director and chief executive officer Tunku Datuk Ahmad Burhanuddin said, “Ramadan provides an opportunity for us to carry out our social outreach programme by interacting with the community in a meaningful way.
“This also reaffirms our efforts to host members of the society with special needs. We hope the outing at KidZania was a memorable and enjoyable occasion for the children.”
During the outing, the children had the opportunity to take part in activities and professions of their choice from the more than 100 role-playing activities at more than 60 establishments available at the educational and entertainment theme park.
The interactive play experience was followed by a breaking of fast together with volunteers from the charity homes and KidZania staff.
Tunku Ahmad said: “Young children have a very special place in Themed Attractions’ developments and we are delighted to share a themed experience filled with fun with them. This also serves as a platform for Themed Attractions to create awareness, promote social responsibility and build a sense of community involvement among its staff.”
Themed Attractions initiatives for youth and education are delivered through theme parks like KidZania Kuala Lumpur, Legoland Malaysia and Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park in Nusajaya.