Have you been to GM Klang Wholesale City yet? The one stop shopping centre located in Klang, one which I have yet to visit. I was at their Festival Ramadan Klang media launch the other day, which is upcoming, following GM Klang's successful "Klang Spring Cultural Festival" back in February for the Chinese New Year celebrations.
|GM Klang Festival Ramadan Klang 2015 Media Launch|
Partnering with the Alumni of Fakulti Seni Lukis & Seni Reka, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Projek Iqra and Women International Network (WIN), the festival is expected to complement the upcoming Ramadan festivities. It will run from 26 June to 12 July at the open parking space of GM Klang Wholesale City.
|The media launch held at Empire Damansara|
With more than 100 stalls offering Hari Raya necessities and items, including buka puasa food, GM Klang Wholesale City will be different from the rest, offering a "Nostalgic Path" or "Laluan Nostalgia" theme with lamps and lightings to fit the occasion. Expect a Malay Village styled background and concept for the festival. The "Laluan Nostalgia" will be a path built between two rows of stalls with a village setting including traditional games being played there. It should be fun, expected to bring back fond memories of days gone past for visitors to the fair.
|With fellow blogger, Ben Ashaari at the launch event|
The MD for GM Klang Wholesale City, Dato' Lim Seng Kok in his speech during the Festival Ramadan Klang 2015 media launch mentioned that the reason they are having this festival would be to foster a better relationship within the community. The GM Klang Wholesale City name itself is synonymous to the act of purchasing cheap items in bulk, so they have many visitors daily. On top of that, it would be a great chance for families to spend time together doing meaningful activities while they shop.
|MD for GM Klang Wholesale City, Dato' Lim Seng Kok|
|Media, bloggers and guests present at the Festival Ramadan Klang 2015 Media event|
The upcoming festival will showcase works from the Seni Lukis and Seni Reka UiTM faculty alumni, in the hopes of building their entrepreneurship talents especially in the apparel sales department. Festival Ramadan Klang has an objective to be a "1 Stop Centre" for visitors to the GM Klang Wholesale City. The festival will start from 11am on Saturday and Sundays, 3pm from Monday to Friday, all the way up until 11pm at night.
|Dr Asliza Aris, program coordinator for Seni Reka Fesyen, Fakulti Seni Lukis & Seni Reka, Universiti Teknologi Mara|
Many activities are slotted for the Festival Ramadan Klang 2015, ranging from cooking demonstrations, batik, wau, kuda kepang, hijab wearing, the reading of Al-Quran every day before berbuka puasa, and the acoustic rendition and nasyid after solat terawikh. Kids get to enjoy themselves to with 'giant bubbles' performances, cupcake decorations and popular mascots appearance.
|Some of the interesting fashion collection from the UiTM alumni|
During the official launch and media event of the Festival Ramadan Klang 2015, we got to witness the works from 7 fashion designers. They come from the UiTM alumni, showcasing their latest collection for Syawal 2015. The fashion designers are Azlan Karim (Binqareem), Orked Mohd Fauzan (Orked), Shanell Harun (Shanell), Suhairie Mohamed (Seth & Luna), Abid Shamsuddin (Daramera), Intan Sapura Hashim (Hanapura) and Nurul Shafiqah Md Amin (Piqa Amin & The Empire).
Do remember to check out the Festival Ramadan Klang 2015 at GM Klang Wholesale City this coming 26 June to 12 July 2015/ For any enquiries or further information, do contact Maryam at 012-9855576, Melor at 019-9000688 or email to them at firstname.lastname@example.org.