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Play On! Children’s Festival at AISM

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Expect a day full of creative learning, exploration, and FUN adventures! The Play On! Children’s Festival will feature cultural performances, carnival games, workshops, food, shopping, and engaging STEAM activities curated for kids, 12 years and under.

This one day festival on Sunday 27th November 2022, from 10am to 4pm, at the Australian International School Malaysia, Seri Kembangan will also raise funds for The Matilda Project, benefiting school children in remote Sabah.

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PlayStation Studios Malaysia, and Pusat Kreatif Kanak-Kanak Tuanku Bainun’s Gamelan, 24 Festive Drum, Shadow Puppetry, and Tari Silat teams will also be there, with many more exciting events to be announced!

Entrance is free, so don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to enjoy a family- focused and family-friendly space that aims to foster creativity and nurture young minds, while celebrating families and bringing them together.

Image Credit: AISM

What’s On

Download the Schedule here.

Download the List of Activities: here.

Download the Shop & Dine options here.

Book Your Spot and Plan Ahead

For the safety of all visitors, we highly encourage pre-registering for the event, and for families to conduct self-testing before attending the festival.

Pre-register for the Play On! Children’s Festival. Free goodie bags will be given to the first 100 families!

Pre-register for the exciting workshops. Don’t miss out on the activities and save your spot.

As parking bays might be limited, we also encourage visitors to consider carpooling, or taking Grab from the nearby The Mines. 

Join them on the day and help spread the word about Play On! Follow AISM on Instagram @aismalaysia or Facebook @aismalaysia for updates!

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