For three consecutive years, Le Grandeur Palm Resort Golf and Country Club together with TJ Mart Saleng have made it again for their Sunset Charity Run for Fund this year, successfully raising up to RM38,800 for a good cause. The run saw 750 participants running at the resort’s 8km, Melati golf course during Malaysia day and among all, children in strollers were also seen enjoying the sporting event in goodwill.
When was the last time you watched a movie in Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) at Pelangi Leisure Mall? If the mall rings a bell, you would remember several known retail outlets during its high time circa early 2000’s with Why-Pay-More, MPH Bookstores, McDonald’s and more which established it as one of the trendiest mall in town before the rise of other malls. Years have gone by, and the public have
As part of Asia Pacific Marriott International’s Take Care – Spirit to Serve the community’s movement initiative, Renaissance Johor Bahru followed suit by having their inaugural ‘Run to Give 2017’, for the National Kidney Foundation Malaysia. 160 enthusiastic runners participated in the early morning run at Ponderosa Golf & Country Club covering a 5km stretch. Several big-hearted kids and parents were seen finishing the course by pushing their baby strollers
In commemorating Malaysia Day, Hotel Granada Johor Bahru jumped in the bandwagon for the second-year by hosting the Festival of Colours 2017 that involved school students participating in a colouring competition to instill patriotism from a young age. “Malaysia Day is the memorial of Malaysian federation establishment and this year, we would like to take this opportunity to be a part of it. The colouring contest came into mind as
Patriotism filled the air when over 100 Cerebral Palsy children and adults celebrated the National Day with lots of activities apart from receiving facilities and gifts from Columbia Asia Hospital. Several Cerebral Palsy children took part in reciting poems apart from celebrating birthdays for the August babies and parading in their National Day themed fancy dresses. Columbia Asia Hospital, Iskandar Puteri also participated in the celebration by generously donating a
The most anticipated annual event by Johorians is the Kembara Mahkota Johor (KMJ) which rolled out in style this year with a parade of 10 units of Morgan vintage three-wheeler cars as the chosen mode of transportation by His Majesty Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim and the royal family. The 20th edition of KMJ covered 808km route across 10 districts in Johor despite the wet weather across Johor Bahru, Pasir
Another spot for seafood lovers to indulge in a spread of fresh local catch is now open at Nelayan Seafood by the Coast at Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort, Desaru Coast. As the fourth F&B outlet in the resort, Nelayan Seafood by the Coast is able to accommodate up to 400 persons with 8000 square feet area, promising sea breeze for guests to enjoy apart from indulging in tasty seafood.
Screams and laughter were in the air during the launch of Opal Residenz Section 2 at Gravity Green, Bandar Seri Alam when families and visitors were treated to a series of ‘Dinosaurs Return Alive’ shows throughout the day. The launch commenced with a colouring competition for children aged between 6 and 12 years old together with children from Kindness Johor at the Seri Alam Properties sales gallery followed by a
A group of over 30 people from Johor Birds & Animal Lovers (JOBA), Wira Kasseh, Homeless & Orphans Pet Exist (HOPE) and the public made a statement on animal sufferings and rights through the inaugural Silent Awareness Walk Johor 2017. Braving the traffic with placards, banners and posters written ‘Respect Animals’ and other depictions of animal sufferings, many road users also supported the cause by honking and waving at the
Tasek Maju Realty Sdn Bhd will be extending its annual Charity Bazaar Sales event this year with the theme ‘Sharing is Caring’ on 30th September 2017 at Atrium 1, Tasek Central (previously known as Plaza Tasek). As the annual event aims to raise funds for its identified beneficiaries, Tasek Maju will be lending a helping hand in handing out daily supplies to five homes in Johor Bahru; namely Sherun Old