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BKP HOSTS KL TOWER OUTING FOR CHILDREN

Kids are excited to view the exciting KL skyline

Kids from Praise Emmanuel Children's Home (PECH) were awed by the beauty of the Kuala Lumpur  skyline when Bukit Kiara Properties (BKP) organised an educational outing for them to visit KL Tower.

A total of 19 kids, ranging from six to eighteen years old from PECH were being treated to the KL Tower to enjoy the spectacular and breathtaking sky views during the recent school holiday.The special outing is part of BKP's Caring Hands initiative to contribute back to the community.

"Caring has been one of our company core values. Two years ago, we initiated a program called Caring Hands to look into the different charity initiatives to assist and bring joy to charity organisations. This special outing is one of the many activities initiated under Caring Hands," said BKP's Group Managing Director, NK Tong.

The iconic 421 metres KL Tower is the sixth tallest telecommunication tower in the world, and the tallest in Southeast Asia. It offers breathtaking views of the Kuala Lumpur skyline at 276 metres above ground at the Observation Deck. The iconic 421 metres KL Tower is the sixth tallest telecommunication tower in the world, and the tallest in Southeast Asia. It offers breathtaking views of the Kuala Lumpur skyline at 276 metres above ground at the Observation Deck. The kids from PECH were amazed with the 360-degree view and clear landmark visuals from the Observation Deck which is equipped with telescopes. They were actively asking questions to learn more about the development of the city.

"I am enjoying this trip very much. I love all the scenes especially the view of the Petronas Twin Towers. Now I also know that the design of the KL tower resembles a pineapple after watching the introduction video," said the nine-year old girl, Thulasi.

After leaving the Observation Deck, kids were led to the 1 Malaysia Cultural Village adjacent to the KL Tower. The village featured unique replicas of traditional kampung (village) houses in different states such as Perak, Johor, Kelantan, Terengganu, Sabah and Sarawak.

Following the half day tour, the kids were treated to lunch at A&W Restaurant. BKP's team members also joined them in various games after enjoying their lunch. Before leaving for home, the children were challenged to write a simple essay on what they have learnt during the outing. Besides winning attractive prizes, the essay writing competition allowed the children to improve on their observation and writing skills.

"This is an interesting and educational outing for the kids. It creates awareness and instils knowledge in them in a fun way. More importantly, the children are being updated with the latest developments in our country," said PECH's Children Affairs and Public Relations Manager, Mr. Christopher K. Michael.

"We often look at various ways to bring cheer to the less fortunate. We are glad that the kids enjoy this outing as much as the team enjoyed putting it together. We look forward to organise more charity events and build closer relationship with the community," said NK.

 
The kids enjoying themselves and creating lots of laughter during the games session.
 
NK (last row, standing third from left) taking a group photo with the kids from PECH.

 

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