Could there be a better location for The Expat Group’s Family Fun Day than Jade Hills, the idyllic, spacious township located near Kajang?
Many of our over 200 guests were surprised to discover Jade Hills for the first time when they joined us on 9 June for the Expat Family Fun Day, and as they gathered in the roomy clubhouse – where even larger events could easily be held – many were impressed by the facilities and the family-friendly atmosphere of the area.
There were plenty of activities to keep our visitors entertained upon arrival, and proud parents were on hand to admire the youngsters from the Australian International School choir performing a few songs, before a group of pint-sized poppets showcased the latest wares from children’s clothing shop Petibisou in a special fashion show.
The children were eager to be on the move, and while many enjoyed racing around the gleaming, colourful play areas beside the clubhouse, others were entranced and delighted by the (mis) behaviours of the clown, who kept them chuckling with activities and games.
Parents were not to be left out of the fun, and while Mums indulged in a free hand massage from Dr K Skincare, Dads were thrilled to get to test drive a range of new BMW models, taking these fine cars through their paces on the wide roads that meander through this sculptured, scenic neighbourhood.
A glimpse inside a Jade Hills home was a tempting prospect for many guests, and the spacious, family-oriented house was being put to good use by Chef Paul from the Food Studio, who held demonstration cooking classes in the kitchen throughout the day.
Back at the clubhouse, visitors were hydrated with a choice of beverages, from Carlsberg beers, wines, and soft drinks, right through to freshly brewed coffee courtesy of the Nestlé Dolce Gusto coffee machine provided by Nescafé. As is only appropriate for a family day, the BBQ sizzled with food: sausages from Victoria Crest and meat from the Australian Beef and Lamb Association. Guests filled their plates and enjoyed eating, drinking, and chatting in the cool shade of the clubhouse as the afternoon wore on.
Not only was it a wonderful day for the many families that turned up, it was also an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with the cosy township of Jade Hills, and the response from attendees was overwhelmingly positive. Thanks to Jade Hills for introducing us all to a beautiful township offering idyllic family living away from the bustle of KL, and thanks to all the families who joined us for a wonderful day!
Source: The Expat July 2012
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