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THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL BALLOON COMPETITION IN FOREST CITY

GELANG PATAH, 06 October 2019: The 3rd international balloon competition involving seven competing teams from six regions is organized in Forest City in conjunction with the third anniversary of its development. Among the regions participating in the competition are Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Malaysia.

The two-day international balloon competition from 5th to 6th October 2019 covers three categories. The first category is a medium-sized sculpture that offers cash prizes of RM8000, runners-up of RM5000, and RM3000 for third place.

The second category to be contested is a costume design show made of balloons. The costume design will be worn by the models and then displayed on the catwalk fashion show. The balloon costume design shall be mesmerising and remaining intact throughout the fashion show. The winner of this category will take home cash of RM5000, RM3000 in second place, and RM1000 in third place.

The competing group, which has the fastest record, will take home RM800. In addition to the Halloween party-themed balloon design competition, other activities are also being offered to guests including Instagram photo booths, games and RM58 activities and food coupons for free.

“As an international development, Forest City has always appreciated and celebrated the diversity of its residents and visitors background. Such activities are held to celebrate the community that celebrates different festivals including Halloween.” said Zhou Jun, the General Manager of Forest City Brand Management.

Also present at the closing ceremony was the Chairman of the Johor Tourism, Women’s, Family and Community Development Committee, YB Liow Cai Tung. “The state government appreciates the efforts of corporate agencies carrying out activities that attract tourists to visit Johor. As next year is the year of visit to Johor, such activities indirectly promote the state of Johor as a tourist destination to be visited” YB said.

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