Sendayan club opens up its candyland


Christmas Candyland launches at 7pm today with fun activities every weekend until Christmas Eve, and wraps up with a fireworks show to light up the night sky.

BEGINNING this weekend, Bandar Sri Sendayan’s d’Tempat Country Club near Seremban will be transformed into a sugary sweet fantasy themed Christmas Candyland.

Christmas Candyland launches at 7pm today with fun activities every weekend until Christmas Eve.

Guests can expect a fantastic display that includes entertaining dancers and mesmerising Fire Pyro Show.

The candyland-inspired decor features a delightful sweet shop backdrop and majestic chair for family photo opportunities, dance performances and an outdoor Christmas market stocked with festive goodies.

Brands participating in the market include Stickies, Krispy Kreme, ToyWorld and Dutch Lady.

Those young at heart can check out the Christmas ornaments, create gingerbread crafts and spinning yummy candy floss.

Developer Matrix Concepts Group chief marketing officer Lim Kok Yee said the annual event which was open to the public was the developer’s largest Christmas showcase so far.

“We are thrilled to celebrate not only the joy of the holiday season but Matrix Concepts Group’s incredible journey over the past year.

“This is our way of thanking our community and stakeholders who have supported us on this remarkable journey,” he said.

Christmas Candyland will end at 10pm on Christmas Eve with an amazing fireworks finale set to light up the night sky.

Entrance is free.

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