5,249 ‘medal trees’ to be planted as SEA Games legacy

KUALA LUMPUR: The coming 2017 SEA Games will leave a legacy beyond sporting achievements – more than 5,000 trees will be planted to commemorate the event.

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said as part of the One Medal, One Tree programme, the Malaysian Organising Committee (MASOC) would plant 5,249 trees.

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