CHINESE NEW YEAR ONLY AT SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN & THE LITTLE BIG CLUB PUTERI HARBOUR, NUSAJAYA

In Johor Bahru Over the Chinese new year why not take the family to the

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town & The Little Big Club Puteri Harbour, Nusajaya. We are celebrating the year of the Goat with a bang! Come and join us this Chinese New Year for celebration that you will never forget. Below are some of the activities lined up to celebrate the new year:

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BOB THE BUILDER NEW SHOW

Catch Bob the Builder as he appears in his first Malaysian mini show – “Hide and Seek in Sunflower Valley”. Premiering on THE LITTLE BIG CLUB stage from the first day of Chinese New Year (February 19) onwards, the interactive show will follow Bob the Builder and his machine team as they face various obstacles and challenges in building a dry stone wall for Bob’s good friend, Farmer Pickles.

 

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Visitors can look forward to being fully immersed in the plotline and exposed to the power of positive thinking, problem solving, empowerment and the meanings behind Bob’s catchphrase “Can we fix it? Yes we can!”

 

It’s a show not to be missed! *check attachment for the show poster!

 

CALLIGRAPHY DEMONSTRATION

In conjunction with the Chinese New Year season, SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN and THE LITTLE BIG CLUB will be hosting special calligraphy demonstrations conducted by Master Steven Lim of the Malaysian Contemporary Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Association, Johor.

 

Situated at the park entrance for all to see, come and watch as the master demonstrates the unique skill combination of art and literature.

 

Catch him at these times:

 

  • February 21        11.00 am – 12.00 pm

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm

 

  • February 22        11.00 am – 12.00 pm

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm

 

LION DANCE PERFORMANCE

Come and check out the lion dance performance at SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN and THE LITTLE BIG CLUB on February 21, 2015. Held at the park entrance at the strike of 12.00 noon, it’s a festive occasion not to be missed.

Gong Xi Fatt Choi and Happy Holidays!

Regards John.

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