29 December 2015
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) recently offered 14 children from the Baitul Barakah Wal-Mahabbah Orphanage a course in nature and conservation during a visit to Malaysia's main gateway.
As part of Malaysia Airports’Indulge & Explore Campaign and its focus on the importance of wildlife conservation and personal wellness, the children were invited to KLIA for a first-hand experience of the international airport’s proposition of “jungle in an airport, airport in a jungle.”
To promote an understanding of the importance of conservation among Malaysians and international travellers, Malaysia Airports is organising a series of conservation awareness activities from now till 6 March 2016.
Planned activities include talks on wildlife conservation, personal wellness (conserving of self) as well as educational visits for selected groups of children to instil the importance of nature conservation.
During their visit, the children from Baitul Barakah Wal-Mahabbah Orphanage learnt that there is a jungle walk complete with waterfall within KLIA and that over 5,000 trees encompassing over 30 species are planted at the international hub.
To cap off their excursion, the children were given the opportunity to try out the Indulge & Explore Campaign’s kinetic augmented reality game at KLIA.
The Malaysia Airports Indulge & Explore Campaign seeks to broaden travellers’ horizons and experiences, particularly in the area of wildlife conservation and personal wellness, while rewarding them for shopping and dining at KLIA and klia2 Terminal.
Under Malaysia Airports’ Indulge & Explore Campaign, travellers stand to experience the opportunity of a lifetime as a volunteer in a Panda Experience Programme. The six-day Panda Experience Programme is the Grand Prize of the Indulge & Explore Campaign.
Original Source: www.moodiereport.com